Grieg Shipbrokers: A leading Scandinavian adviser since 1884

Celebrating its 140th anniversary, Grieg Shipbrokers is a leading Scandinavian shipbroker with a rich heritage and a clear vision for the future.

The partner-owned brokerage firm is honored that its long ties with Japan are stronger than ever.

With over 1,600 employees in eight countries, the Grieg Group is a leading provider of logistics, aquaculture and advisory services to investors and maritime companies.

As a proud member of the group, Grieg Shipbrokers has established itself as one of the world’s foremost shipbrokers. Its global reach and strong client relationships, in combination with its continuous investment in people and technology, position the company for continued success.

A proud maritime tradition

Founded by Joachim Grieg in 1884, Grieg Shipbrokers has a proud tradition of facilitating international trade for Norwegian shipowners. Today, Grieg Shipbrokers continues this legacy, having established a global network servicing clients worldwide.

Both Norway and Japan have long and proud maritime histories and today the countries continue to work closely with one another.

Morten Müller, Chief Executive Officer of Grieg Shipbrokers

Driving business forward

With extensive shipbroking experience from London and the Norwegian market, CEO Morten Müller was pivotal in establishing the company as a leading provider of maritime financing and advisory services. Japan has been, and continues to be, a valued partner on this journey.

“Norwegian maritime companies often share the same long-term business approach as leading Japanese companies,” Müller said. “Despite the challenges the global economy is currently facing, this approach allows us to leverage our close relationships and drive business forward.”

At the forefront of the market

With a strong customer focus and a dedication to providing innovative research-backed solutions, Grieg Shipbrokers is a trusted partner for clients in navigating the complexities of a fast-changing maritime and finance environment. Our divisions include:

  • Sale and Purchase: With offices in Bergen, Oslo and London, Grieg Shipbrokers’ experienced team has a wealth of cross-market knowledge. The newbuilding team has a significant track record and is engaged in multiple projects with future fuel solutions.
  • Maritime Finance: A specialist arranger of capital for ship financing transactions, delivering innovative solutions to meet clients’ financing needs.
  • Gas: A highly specialized department active in the liquefied petroleum gas, ammonia, small-scale liquefied natural gas and petrochemical gas markets. The team provides services for spot cargos, short and long-term chartering, sales and purchasing, newbuilding projects and combination deals.
  • Dry Cargo: A specialist brokerage department fixing bulk and break-bulk cargos and vessels.
  • Tankers: The tank and project desk serves clients within the chemical and product segments.
  • Offshore: Offers a full range of offshore support, renewables and subsea vessel services.
  • Aquaculture: Focuses on sales and purchasing, chartering, newbuildings and mergers and acquisitions.
  • Research: Provides leading market research for the global shipping industry.
  • Valuation Services: Provides objective and transparent valuation services to a range of listed and private shipowners and financial institutions.

Navigating success together

“Both Norway and Japan have long and proud maritime histories and today the countries continue to work closely with one another,” Müller said.

“Our governments actively cooperate to facilitate trade (and) the private sector plays a crucial role in coordinating these efforts and promote Norwegian and Japanese business relations.”

“We are excited about the future. We are looking forward to further strengthening the relationships with our friends in Japan while developing new partnerships in the Japanese market.”

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