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Working as a Ship Agent, Åsne Fjellsbø (29) spends part of her time at the main office in the Grieg building in Bergen, whilst parts are spent on board the ships in the docks.
Mari Koseki is fully aware that she’s not always right but dares to learn from mistakes, which is probably one of the most important qualities to have as an analyst at Grieg Shipbrokers.
From day one, Fredrik Wilander has felt at home at his workplace. It’s all about being humble and respectful, he assures.
Despite it being an extremely male-dominated business, Marit knew early on that she wanted to be a shipbroker. Last summer, she landed her dream job and is the only woman in her department.
There are many people working behind the scenes to make the Grieg Group’s systems work as smoothly as possible. One of them is Jan Inge Krokeide (38): – Technology is at its best when no one notices it.
Cherin Myrdal Vervik (36) is not like any other lawyer. In the Grieg Group, she has the freedom to be herself – and shape her role.
Norwegian shipping group’s CEO makes the case for a culture change to drive decarbonisation.
If someone asked Vilde Hageselle five years ago what her dream job was, the answer would be working with sustainability in the shipping industry. Today that is exactly what she does – and she is named one of this year’s 10 Women to Watch in Shipping for doing it.