A modern fishing company with long traditions

Hermes is a traditional fishing company which uses modern methods and prioritises quality, safety and the environment.

Supreme quality fish

Products

We aim to be an open organisation. Everyone must be able to follow the raw material all the way, from catch to consumer. We are a traditional and growing shipping company, whose ongoing goal is to run a modern, high-quality fishery. In Hermes we prioritise quality, safety and the environment – in our products, vessels and crews.

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Daglig leder i Hermes, Jan Roger Lerbukt.

Meet the staff

Asgeir Tangen

Factory Manager

Eriel Hagen

Fisherman

Frank Nilsen

Fisherman

Hans Ole Tørhaug

Steward

Harald Helge Sørensen

Fisherman

Iver Breivik

First Officer

Jan Roger Lerbukt

General Manager

Jens Pauli Solstein

Engineer

Jon Jespersen

Fisherman

Karl Anton (Kalle) Wassbakk

Chief Engineer

Leif Niclassen

Net Supervisor

Mads Håvard Lorentzen

Fisherman

Marius Håvåg Moe

Fisherman

Petur Eli Niclassen

Fisherman

Poul Kjartan Poulsen

Trawl Deck Supervisor

Pål Dalgård

Engineer

Remi Elvebakken

Fisherman

Sunleiv Djurhuus

Net Supervisor

Sverre Søreide

Factory Foreman

Thomas Askestad

Fisherman

Tor Larsen

Fisherman

Tordur Martin Vang

Trawl Deck Supervisor

Torry Petersen

Chief Engineer

Wolfgang Skyberg

Factory Manager

Åsmund Breivik

Captain

A fishing boat is not worth much without a skilled crew. That is exactly why our competent and experienced employees are the very core of our business. Quality is the key to our success.

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Modern operations, long traditions

It started with Hermes II.

The history of Hermes goes back to 1917, when Nils Skandfer – Colin Archer’s apprentice – built the vessel Hermes II. The boat was immediately put to work fishing and carrying cargo, mainly in Troms and Finnmark, by merchant Ingebrigtsen from Alta. Hermes II was then bought by Martin Andersen in 1952 and his son Jan Arne Lerbukt took over the boat in 1967.

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Position

Course

62°

Speed

3.8 knots

Latitude and longitude

N70.07 - E17.09

Last updated

23.04.18, 23:21:02