"To provide the most environmentally friendly and reliable transport".
Goals and management parameters
Fjord1’s objectives are in many ways decisive for the strategy adopted by the company at any time and represent important metrics throughout the organisation.
• be the best at environmentally friendly transport
• provide our owners with stable, good returns on their invested capital
• keep the promises we make to customers
• treat our employees in a way that makes people want to work for us
• be a preferred collaboration partner for our clients
• have solid financial results, healthy business management, and quality in all processes
Highly skilled employees
Fjord1 shall be an attractive employer and appeal to the best and most enthusiastic candidates. The company relies on having highly skilled employees to achieve its objectives and strategies. In addition to technical personnel with expertise within new digital technology, environmental efficiency and project
management, Fjord1 also requires employees who produce and deliver a top-class service.
High ethical standard
Ethics and integrity are key features of the interface between Fjord1 and its stakeholders. It is therefore important that the company is characterised by high
ethical standards, where decisions are governed by standards, values and ethical regulations that comply with a general interpretation of law.
Value creation shall be governed by the company’s ethical guidelines and prevailing legislation, and Fjord1 therefore accepts absolutely no corruption or other
breaches of regulations.
The employees are the company’s most important resource, and the company's value is closely linked to the motivation and efforts of the individual employee.
When Fjord1 was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange’s main list, all employees were offered the opportunity to become shareholders in the company, thereby
benefiting from the company’s value creation. Having a stake in the company boosts both loyalty and engagement, which will generate its own value creation in the long term.