1986: The company was established under the name Sølv Trans
1991: Converted into a limited liability company under the name Sølvtrans AS
1998 - 2005 Building up in Scotland
1998: Main portion of activities moved to Scotland
2001 - 2003: The wellboats “Ronja Skye”, “Ronja Settler” and “Ronja Commander” were added to the fleet
2006 Two newbuilds - “Ronja Pioneer” and Ronja Viking” – added to the fleet
2007 Re-entering the Norwegian market - acquisition of Frøyfisk
2007: The Company resumed the business in the Norwegian market through the acquisition of the wellboat company Frøyfisk AS, which operated the wellboats “ Frøyfisk”, “Roy Kristian” and “Frøyhav” along the Norwegian coastline.
2007 - 2008: Newbuilds “Ronja Harvester“, “Ronja Superior” and “Ronja Nordic” added to the fleet
2008 Reorganisation to enter the Norwegian Tonnage Tax regime
Reorganisation of the Company to optimise holding structure and enter the Norwegian tonnage tax regime. The wellboat business was transferred to a newly established wholly-owned subsidiary called Sølvtrans Rederi AS. Sølvtrans AS changed its name to Sølvtrans Holding AS.
2010 IPO and listing on Oslo Axess; build-up in Canada
Sølvtrans Holding ASA listed on Oslo Axess on 30 Mars 2010, after IPO with proceeds of NOK 150 mill.
Three contracts awarded in Canada. The vessel “Ronja” was sold.
2011 New management and improved operations
Roger Halsebakk was appointed new CEO of the company and during the year, several measures were initiated to improve operations and cost efficiency.
2012 Expanding fleet with two new vessels
During 2012, Sølvtrans contracted two new state-of-the-art wellboats with a total capacity of about 6000 m3.
2013 Sale of Roy Kristian and delivery of Ronja Polaris
The vessel Roy Kristian was sold in May, and the new 3.000 m3 vessel Ronja Polaris was delivered in October.
2014 Bid for majory of the shares
Bid for majority of the shares from Oaktree in July 2014.
Entry to Australia with the new built vessel Ronja Huon.
2015 Aquisition of Bømlo Brønnbåtservice