Sea freight

SR Group is keen to be able to offer sustainable solutions.

Sea freight – Norway

SR Group transports cargo along the coast of Norway every single day.

Sea freight functions as a supplement to the existing road transport offer and is an environmentally friendly alternative.

GeSi Shipping AS was established in 1993, in Os outside Bergen. Today, GeSi has its head office at Sandnes Havn.
The company operates MV Gullaas, which operates along the entire coast from Tananger to Hammerfest. Gullaas is equipped with a twin deck and two cranes and is thus completely self-sufficient. She has a skilled crew who load, secure and unload the cargo themselves.

As a shipbroker within the European near sea market, GeSi has a diverse customer portfolio that ranges from the construction and aquaculture industry to heavy lifting and project cargo for the oil industry. The wide network, consisting of more than 30 cargo ships, ensures that the customer's needs and requirements are met.

GeSi Shipping AS is one of the companies in the SR Group. You can read more about the company on their website:

International sea freight

Our dedicated team handles sea freight internationally, and has close cooperation with most major shipping companies. This means that we can cost-effectively arrange transport by sea to and from most ports around the world.

For larger volumes, sea freight is competitive both in terms of price and availability, while also being an environmentally friendly alternative. Competence and experience combined with good procedures give us the ability to deliver high-quality sea freight solutions.

All activity is controlled by SR Group personnel, regardless of port destination. Our experienced and competent charterers receive, plan, execute and control all activities.

SR Group is a partner in the CEVA network and therefore has access to offices in more than 170 countries. This allows us to offer door-to-door deliveries with high precision.

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Reidun Korsfur

Sea freight – Norway

Dag Inge Torgersen

International sea freight