Wilhelmsen

Our ambition

is to shape the maritime industry. Through innovation, expertise, quality products and services we are able to meet the challenges and needs of the world's global fleet.

Wilhelmsen group

  • 2 200Locations

    We have people on the ground practically anywhere you have ships, or maritime related industries. Our network capability is limitless.

  • Over 50%Of the merchant fleet

    Rely on our market-leading marine products. Whether it's our marine chemicals, gases and cylinders, ropes or other marine consumables, we are the preferred choice for the majority of the vessels at sea.

  • 125Nationalities

    Despite a staggering presence in 74 countries around the world, with over 15 000 employees, our company embraces one culture.

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Latest news

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    Wilhelmsen Ship Management becomes a member of the Sustainable Shipping Initiative

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    Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) has become a member of the Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI), an alliance of key organisations that is driven to bring change to a more sustainable maritime industry.

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    WilNor acquires the Norwegian military naval base Olavsvern

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    WilNor Governmental Services AS (WGS), through its subsidiary company WGS Properties AS, has acquired 66% of the shares in the Olavsvern Group AS. WGS, a Wilhelmsen group company is a key logistics partner for the Norwegian armed forces and allied NATO forces. This acquisition enables WGS to provide an even broader range of services to military partners.

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    Wilhelmsen’s Topeka hydrogen project awarded NOK 219 million

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    The Wilhelmsen led project, to construct the world’s first zero emission hydrogen vessels, has been awarded 219 million Norwegian kroner (MUSD 25) by the Norwegian government-owned organisation Enova. These funds will enable Wilhelmsen to further develop the technology and additional infrastructure required to support the maritime industry’s ambitions towards zero emission fuels.

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  • people

    Employees

    4 800 Onshore employees
    10 200 Seafarers
    89 Nationalities onshore

  • business

    Key business figures

    77 000 Port calls handled

  • money

    Key financial figures

    USD 836 000 000 Revenue
    USD 78 000 000 Operating profit

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Creating value in a sustainable way, using innovative technologies, fresh ideas and new partners, we are consistently thinking bigger. Which is where you come in. We are always looking for experienced, engaged and inspiring colleagues to help get us to where we need to be.

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