The Grieg Star HQ is in Grieg Gaarden (image) in Bergen, Norway, at the seafront opposite the UNESCO listed Bryggen seafront. In addition to Bergen, we have an office in Manila.
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On the 3rd of January, Torleif Frimannslund joined Grieg Star taking over the project department as our new VP of Technology and Decarbonisation.
We are in the middle of transforming our business and are hiring both experienced and new talent to help us reach our goals. Maybe one of our open positions fit you?
In 2020, we banned 90% of all single-use plastic onboard our ships. This year, we’ll demand high-quality on-land handling of the rest-waste.
With the pandemic still very much hurting seafarer wellbeing, Grieg Star promises to continue to fight for proper treatment of our colleagues. Last week we signed the Neptune declaration.
After two years of incremental changes, Grieg Star Group adopts a name to mirror the development. From the 1st of January, the group is called “Grieg Maritime Group”.
With government support worth 46,3 million NOK, a Norwegian partnership aims to build the world’s first green ammonia fueled tanker – to ship green ammonia.
Tuesday, an animous UN General Assembly voted to support the request that all countries define seafarers as key workers. Now we need words to turn into action.
Grieg Star has set up a separate company, Grieg Edge, to drive innovations within sustainable maritime services.
Grieg Star Groups adds strong organisational development competency in hiring Hege Leirfall Ingebrigtsen as our new CHRO.
Atle Sommer will take the reins in the Ship Management unit of Grieg Star come 2021. He will join the company this week for a transition period.
Our CEO, Matt Duke, is a passionate scuba diver. And what he sees under the surface gives cause for concern and an urgency to be part of the solution.
We urge all governments to start treating seafarers with the respect and dignity they deserve.
Grieg Star and G2 Ocean join forces with other partners to research the feasibility of safe autonomous deep-sea ships.
We all have to eat. But few of us eat like those having their food prepared by Chief Cook Edmar Taguinod at Star Laguna.
Grieg Star vessels will no longer have drinking water on single-use plastic bottles. The replacement is multi-use bottles made from sugarcane.
The fear of Covid-19 has made crew changes all but impossible. That is a risk to the worldwide supply of vital goods, and a threat to seafarers and their families.
The CoVid-19 pandemic challenges our operations, but thanks to modern digital systems, an agile organisation and highly professional seafarers, Grieg Star operations continue close to normal.
Laarni B. Espinosa is our first female top-level officer. We count on her to be the first of many.