New Managing Director takes up her position at Norled

Publish Date: 5/4/2020

Norled’s new Managing Director, Heidi Wolden, had her first day at the office on Monday the 4th of May – in the midst of an unclarified Corona situation. - It was not how I imagined my first workdays would be, however, it’s reassuring to see that the company is managing to maintain the majority of its services, at the same time as safeguarding the health and safety of travelers and employees, Mrs. Wolden says.


Touristroute startdate postponed to June 24th

Publish Date: 4/27/2020

As a consequence of the recent outbreak and development of Coronavirus in Norway (Covid-19) Norled have decided to postpone the start date of tourist routes until June 24th.


The Covid-19 (Corona) virus - information for passengers

Publish Date: 3/12/2020

Norled is always aiming to give our passengers the best possible travel experience onboard any of our vessels. The Covid-19 (Corona) virus is now spreading in Norway. We would like our passengers to pay attention to the following advice in order to prevent further spread of the virus while onboard one of our vessels.


Norled Appoints New CEO Heidi Wolden

Publish Date: 3/2/2020

Norled, one of the largest ferry and express company in Norway announces the appointment of a new CEO, Heidi Wolden. She succeeds Ingvald Løyning who stepped down from the role of CEO in February.


Norled launches a new shipping flag

Publish Date: 12/20/2019

Modern, forward-looking and maritime were descriptive words when Norled recently launched its new shipping flag for the company's over 1,000 employees. The Stavanger-based shipping company was sold to new owners in the summer of 2019, and thus needed a new shipping flag since the existing one remains with its’ previous owner, DSD.


Partners receive PILOT-E support to develop liquid hydrogen supply chain for maritime applications in Norway

Publish Date: 12/16/2019

Norled is member in the project that aims to build a complete liquid hydrogen supply chain in Norway for maritime applications. The project has been awarded a grant of 33.5 million NOKs from the governmental PILOT-E scheme


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