NEWS

  • Business update on impact of the COVID-19 outbreak 17.03.2020 - Bergen, 17 March 2020: Given the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Grieg Seafood Group ASA (the “Company” or “GSF” with OSE ticker: “GSF”) would like to provide an update on the impact on its business and organization. Grieg Seafood’s operations are currently, in light of the circumstances, running as normal. Organization and employees Grieg Seafood’s priority is […]
  • Notice to attend Extraordinary General Meeting 03.03.2020 - The Extraordinary General Meeting of Grieg Seafood ASA will be held in the company’s premises at Grieg Gaarden, C. Sundts gate 17/19 in Bergen, Norway, on Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 10:00 am (CEST). The notice is attached both in Norwegian and English. Innkalling til ekstraordinær generalforsamlingNotice of Extraordinary General Meeting Link to GENERAL MEETINGS
  • Q4 2019 results – Positive operational development drives strong earnings 13.02.2020 - Highlights Harvest volume of 25 300, above guiding, and up 7% from Q4 2018  EBIT before fair value adjustment of NOK 357 million (NOK 351 million) EBIT/kg NOK 14.10 (NOK 14.81) Solid earnings driven by strong performance in Norway Biological improvements in British Columbia and Shetland, but still high costs Recognized by the Carbon Disclosure […]
  • Grieg Seafood ASA takes the next step on its growth journey by acquiring Grieg Newfoundland AS 07.02.2020 - Bergen and Marystown, February 7, 2020 Grieg Seafood ASA (OSE: GSF) has signed Share Purchase Agreements (SPA) for the acquisition of Grieg Newfoundland AS in Newfoundland, Canada. The Newfoundland project includes exclusivity for salmon farming in Placentia Bay, which has a farmable area bigger than the Faroe Islands.   The project currently comprises licenses for […]
  • Grieg Seafood commits funding to new business initiative aiming to halt deforestation in the Cerrado 06.12.2019 - A new global fundraising initiative aims to stop soy-related deforestation of the Brazilian Cerrado, one of the largest deforestation frontiers in the world today. Grieg Seafood joins Tesco and Nutreco in announcing their commitment to the funding today and invites other global companies with Brazilian soy in their value chain to join in the initiative. […]
  • Q3 2019 results – Solid earnings driven by strong performance in Norway 07.11.2019 - Highlights Harvest volume of 21 000 tonnes (16 900 tonnes) EBIT/kg NOK 7.32, down 22% from Q3 2018 Earnings impacted by lower spot market prices Strong biological performance in Norway and biological improvements in British Columbia Improved biological situation in Shetland resulted in lower cost Expected harvest volume of 82 000 tonnes in 2019, 10% […]
  • Q2 2019 results – Strong performance in Norwegian operations 22.08.2019 - Highlights Harvest volume of 21 800 tonnes EBIT before fair value adjustment of NOK 309 million (NOK 426 million) EBIT/kg NOK 14.17, down 25% from Q2 2018 Strong biological performance in Norway Earnings driven by overall high prices and cost reductions in Norway Continued high cost in Shetland, driven by enduring biological challenges Biological challenges […]
  • Q1 2019 results – Continued operational improvements and strong growth 15.05.2019 - Highlights Harvest volume of 14 800 tonnes, 30% increase compared to Q1 2018 EBIT before fair value adjustments of NOK 267 million (NOK 162 million) EBIT/kg NOK 18.07, up 27% from Q1 2018 Strong biological performance in Norway and BC Earnings driven by overall high prices and cost reductions in Norway Continued high cost in […]
  • Annual Report 2018 published 12.04.2019 - Please find attached the Grieg Seafood Integrated Annual Report 2018, including sustainability reporting and complete annual accounts with notes, as adopted by the Board of Directors. For further information, please contact: CEO Andreas Kvame (cell phone: +47 907 71 441) CFO Atle Harald Sandtorv (cell phone: +47 908 45 252) This information is subject to […]
  • Q4 2018 – Ending 2018 with record high harvest volume 13.02.2019 - Highlights EBIT NOK 351 million (NOK 151 million), EBIT per kg NOK 14.81; up 84% from to Q4 2017 Earnings driven by high prices and cost reduction per kg Harvest volume of 24 000 tonnes (+27%) driven by strong biological performance in Norway Good production with high average harvest weight in BC, continued high cost […]