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Proud new sponsor project

June 17 2016

The well-known Norwegian foundation, Stine Sofie Stiftelsen, established after the cruel “Barneheia Murders” where two young girls were brutally raped and murdered in 2000 is our newest sponsor project in Grieg Foundation.

Press release: Positive signs in a difficult year

April 19 2016

Annual Report 2015 released // Grieg Group is well prepared for the future, but a tough shipping market and challenges in the seafood segment made 2015 a difficult year for the Group’s largest companies. At the same time several of the smaller companies are performing well.  

GSF ASA Q4 2015 - Good results in Norway and BC

February 18 2016

Grieg Seafood top line grew to almost 1.2 billion in Q4, but the result was considerably weakened due to algae and sea lice challenges resulting in high mortality in Q4. But the market is strong, with rising prices towards the end of the period.

GSF ASA Q3 2015 - Encountered costs due to restructuring

November 6 2015

Normalized production in Norway and BC, weak price realisation in UK and US markets, and high costs in Shetland due to strong GBP and algae and sea lice challenges gives a Q3 EBIT before fair value adjustment of biomass MNOK -44.4, against MNOK -52.7 in 2014. Harvested volume in Q3 19 480 tons, against 16 750 tons in the same period last year.

Blue industry - Green shift

October 22 2015

Yesterday's kick off arranged by Maritimt Forum addressed the issue 'How can the business region of Bergen take a globally leading position within maritime and marine industry'. Grieg Group was represented both in the panel debate and as one of four profiled companies from Bergen.

CEO Elisbeth Grieg receives YS' Gender Equality Award

October 13 2015

– She has a strong and clear voice and a heartfelt engagement in the social debate, says the YS jury about Elisabeth Grieg. Grieg has repeatedly occured in Norwegian media, stating her opinion on male dominance in business.