Norwegian seafood companies Grieg, Leroy, SalMar and Mowi are currently trialing various routes and methods to take their fish off the road and transport it instead by sea in order to cut emissions.

Today, Norwegian cargo transport is dominated by road transportation to Europe and air transportation to Asia and North America, both of which are heavily reliant on fossil fuels.

About 65,000-70,000 trucks bring salmon from Norway to Europe every year, while hardly anything is transported by ship.