Gollcher Shipping is the Ship Agency arm of the Gollcher Group which is an Organisation at the forefront of the maritime, international transportation and travel sectors in Malta.
A rich history spanning over 165 years is the backbone of an organisation whose motto is ‘Framåt’, meaning forward in Swedish. It projects the Group’s proactive philosophy to readily anticipate and deal with challenges ahead. We combine our energies, experience, reputable contacts and knowledge onto a positive and forward-looking mentality which has always proven to be both reliable and effective.
The core strategy of the Group is built around a total commitment towards providing an unrivalled professional service. In addition, our success is also based upon a policy of sustained investment in human resources, training methods and information technology. A wealth of experience has been consequently gained over the years, and this enables us to exceed our customer’s expectations
A 24/7 service is guaranteed for the many operations we offer including:
Liner Agency & Logistics
Malta Flag Registration
Oil & Gas
Besides being Shipping Agents in Malta, Gollcher Group offers various services including:
Gollcher Shipping Agents Malta is accredited by the Malta Competition & Consumer Affairs Authority to (MCCAA) SM EN ISO 9001:2015 Quality Standards, amongst other accreditations, which you can read about here.
The Group’s Head Office overlooks the attractive St. John’s Square at the heart of the Island’s Capital, Valletta. You can find our exact location here.
MSE would like to complement Gollcher for the excellent service for the Danish Navy which was extremely competent, professional and persistent.
Thank you so much for the excellent service given to the ‘Sea Cloud’ during her recent call at Valletta Harbour. Your staff proved to be highly efficient and very professional. We look forward to continuing the close collaboration between our companies.
I desire to express my best thankful sentiment for your outstanding support on the occasion of the unexpected port visit of the Italian Navy ship.