NEWS

  • Grieg Seafood to end operations on the Isle of Skye in Scotland 18.09.2020 - Grieg Seafood will end operations on its five farms on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, due to the long distance between Skye and its main operations on Shetland. The distance is too great to operate the two areas as one unit, and the Skye operation is too small to be operated as a separate […]
  • Grieg Seafood receives five new farming licenses in Newfoundland 04.09.2020 - Grieg Seafood is granted five new farming licenses in Newfoundland, reaching eight licenses in the region, corresponding to a total production capacity of up to 30 000 tonnes of annual harvest. The allocation is part of the previously communicated plan for the development of the Placentia Bay operations. “This is another important milestone on our […]
  • Q2 2020 results – Stable volume and cost in turbulent market 18.08.2020 - Highlights Harvest volume of 23 910 tonnes, up 10 % from Q2 2019 (21 802 tonnes) Earnings impacted by low market prices due to effects of Covid-19, amounting to NOK 211 million vs Q2 2019 Margin in Finnmark still impacted by winter ulcers Continued cost reductions in BC. Shetland somewhat impacted by lower survival rate […]
  • Erik Holvik appointed Chief Commercial Officer of Grieg Seafood ASA 23.06.2020 - Holvik will join the Executive Management Team and establish Grieg Seafood’s integrated sales and market organization. He will drive the development and execution of the company’s downstream efforts and global commercial strategy. Holvik has a long track record in the seafood industry, and has until now held the position as Sales Director of Mowi Markets […]
  • Grieg Seafood has placed its first Green Bond 16.06.2020 - Grieg Seafood ASA has successfully completed a new senior unsecured green bond issue of NOK 1,000 million with maturity date 25 June 2025. The transaction was significantly oversubscribed. Please find our Green Bond Framework and the Second Opinion issued by CICERO Center for International Climate Research here: https://www.griegseafood.no/inverstors/bond/ Commenting on the issuance of Grieg Seafood’s […]
  • Grieg Seafood ASA and Bremnes Seashore AS to establish separate sales organizations 26.05.2020 - The sales joint venture Ocean Quality will be dissolved and divided between Grieg Seafood and Bremnes Seashore. The decision is a consequence of new business strategies in both companies. The two salmon farming companies have partnered up on sales through the sales joint venture Ocean Quality since 2010. Going forward, both Grieg Seafood and Bremnes […]
  • Grieg Seafood ASA: Q1 2020 results 07.05.2020 - Efficient production maintained, earnings impacted by biological challenges in Finnmark Highlights Harvest volume of 18 360, above guiding and up 24% from Q1 2019 (14 800) EBIT before fair value adjustment of NOK 240 million (NOK 267 million) EBIT/kg NOK 13.09 (NOK 18.07), with a positive EBIT in each region Price achievement impacted by harvesting towards […]
  • Grieg Seafood ASA strengthens its executive team 04.05.2020 - To underpin its growth journey, the company is adding farming capabilities to its executive team to bolster focus on operations. By 2025, Grieg Seafood aims to harvest 150 000 tonnes, achieve cost leadership in each region and to evolve from a pure salmon supplier to an innovation partner for selected customers. Organizational capacity and competence are […]
  • Notice of Annual General Meeting 23.04.2020 - The Annual General Meeting of Grieg Seafood ASA will be held in the company’s premises at Grieg Gaarden, C. Sundts gate 17/19, Bergen, Norway, on Thursday 14 May 2020 at 10:00 am. Here you will find the notice. Extraordinary precautions due to Covid-19:In order to comply with advice of health authorities to decrease the risk […]
  • Annual Report 2019 08.04.2020 - In 2019, Grieg Seafood took another step on our journey of sustainable growth. We harvested more than we ever have, reaching beyond our target of 82 000 tonnes. Download