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.

  • 75 000Port calls

    Quick port calls require speed and efficiency. Since we handle over 75 000 port calls a year, we know how to be a good partner in port.

  • 125Nationalities

    Despite a staggering presence in 74 countries around the world, with over 21 100 employees, our company embraces one culture.

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LNG Market Outlook Report for 2018 to 2030

Coming from a Ships Agency perspective, we aim to capture a holistic view of the LNG industry's upstream to downstream supply chain by highlighting the movements of key players in various locations.

Wilhelmsen insights

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    White paper: Between a rock, and a hard place – Catalytic Fines in fuel

    For many years, we have heard that Catalytic Fines are responsible for many of the wear issues that often occur in engines. The question is, does it really have to be like this? Learn more in this white paper.

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    Considerations for scrubber retrofitting

    With only a couple of years to the 2020 enforcement for controlled sulfur emissions, shipowners will have to make the decision to either switch to low-sulfur marine fuel oil (LSFO) or install exhaust gas scrubbers (EGCS – Exhaust Gas Cleaning systems).

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Sanjiv Rastogi , Head of New Building and Technical Services

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    Improving hull performance through IoT

    Reducing fuel consumption and carbon emission is high on the agenda of most owners and charterers today. Through on-board sensors and technology, Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) shows how it is done.

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    Paal Berg Lande , Fleet Manager - Cruise Segment

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Maritime Innovation Lab

Do you have a new innovative vision or a product ready to accelerate to market? The Maritime Innovation Lab is a unique collaboration between partners, startups and ventures within maritime. Connect with us to learn more.

  • people

    Employees

    21 100 Employees
     9 200 Seafarers

  • business

    Key business figures

    210 000 Product deliveries
    75 000 Port calls handled
    63.7 million Cargo tonnes transported
    2 300 Products offered

  • money

    Key financial figures

    USD 2 843 000 000 Revenue
    USD 367 000 000 Operating profit

Featured solutions

  • Ballast water test kits

    Are you compliant with ballast water quality standards?

    Accession by Finland triggered ratification of The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM 2004 Convention) and the Regulation will enter into force on 8th September 2017. But how do you test if your ballast water treatment system is performing according to the regulations?

  • Smarter, digital solutions to solve your needs

    Introducing our first digital solution - the automated boiler water maintenance solution which constantly measures your boiler water condition and automatically doses chemicals when required, greatly reducing the risk of a boiler failure.

We're recruiting

At Wilhelmsen, recruitment is about people and not a process. It is a long-term commitment which proactively identifies individuals who will enrich our teams with their diversity, experience and perspectives.

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