NEWS

  • Kristina Furnes is new Global Communications Manager in Grieg Seafood 05.11.2018 - The salmon farming company strengthens its strategic communications capabilities with the appointment of advisor from Scandinavia’s largest communications agency. “Our industry gets to use fjords that belong to all to produce our healthy salmon. We need to be trusted partners of the communities where we operate. The employment of Kristina Furnes is a new step […]
  • Grieg Holdings AS: Restructuring of shareholding 17.09.2018 - Grieg Holdings AS, main shareholder in Grieg Seafood ASA (“Grieg Seafood”), has today decided to transfer all its shares in Grieg Seafood to Grieg Aqua AS through a demerger. Grieg Aqua AS will be established when the demerger is completed. The parent company of Grieg holdings AS, Grieg Maturitas II AS, will be the sole […]
  • CMU: A salmon farming pioneer entering the digital era 05.09.2018 -
  • Invitation to Capital Markets Update 28.08.2018 - Grieg Seafood ASA is pleased to invite investors, analysts, media and other stakeholders to a Capital Markets Update. Date: Wednesday 5 September 2018. Location: The Astrup Fearnley Museum Strandpromenaden 2, 0252 Oslo Norway During the event, Grieg Seafood will provide an update on the company’s goals, strategy, operations, financial developments and outlook. The day will […]
  • Q2 2018 – High harvest volume in Q2 22.08.2018 - Highlights – Q2 2018 Highest harvest volume for a quarter (22 568 tonnes) High prices on strong demand EBIT/kg NOK 18.89, total EBIT NOK 426 million Good production in Finnmark, BC and on Shetland Production in Rogaland negatively impacted by PD Algal bloom causing loss of 1 000 tonnes in BC Estimated harvest for the year is […]
  • Harmful algal bloom caused mortalities at two sites in BC 06.06.2018 - Grieg Seafood has experienced acute mortality at two of its BC locations in the Jervis Inlet following harmful algal blooms (HAB) in the area. Total mortality is estimated to 250,000 fish or approximately 1,000 tons. This represents some 50 percent of the total biomass from the two locations. Grieg Seafood continuously works to improve biosecurity […]
  • Q1 2018 – Good biology, supporting further growth 15.05.2018 - Open 2018 Q1 GSF Quarterly report Open 2018 Q1 GSF Presentation   Highlights – Q1 2018 Solid production in Finnmark, BC and UK Production in Rogaland negatively impacted by low sea temperatures and PD Higher fixed cost/kg due to lower harvest volumes Spot prices increased throughout Q1 2018 EBIT/kg NOK 14.18 Harvest guiding 2018 of […]
  • Annual Report 2017 19.04.2018 - The Grieg Seafood Annual Report, and Sustainability Report of 2017, as adopted by the Board of Directors, is now available: Sustainability is a precondition for productivity and legitimacy in fish farming.  For several years, Grieg Seafood has reported key indicators of environmental and community engagement. The Sustainability Report is revised according to the Global Salmon […]
  • GSF Q4 2017: Lower harvest volume than guided in Q4, 28 % volume growth in 2018 15.02.2018 - Highlights – Q4 2017 Profit decline as a result of lower market prices and reduced harvested volumes 3 000 tonnes of harvest volume transferred from 2017 to 2018 Results impaired by PD-affected fish in Rogaland Upsurge in market activity and good demand expected in 2018 Harvested volume expected at 80 000 tonnes in 2018, up […]
  • Press release from Ocean Quality 14.02.2018 - Read the press release on the Oslo Stock Exchange news page: http://www.newsweb.no/newsweb/search.do?messageId=444179