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Meet James Smyth

What do you do at Mowi? I am the farm manager at Bagh Dail Nan Cean, Argyll region. What do you like most about your job? The variety of different tasks we do daily and the ever-changing industry which has moved on so much. Having a great team on site also makes the job very

Major upgrades planned for Mowi’s Blar Mhor processing facility

Mowi Scotland announces changes to its processing management to support plans for increased salmon processing capacity at its Blar Mhor facility in Fort William.  Scott Nolan has been promoted to Processing Director and will lead the redevelopment of the company’s Blar Mhor salmon processing site to build capacity to >80,000 tonnes. Industry veteran Ewan MacColl will

New Mowi salmon brand makes a splash in the fresh fish category

Mowi, the largest salmon farmer in the world, introduces range of premium salmon under innovative new consumer brand, MOWI The range includes restaurant quality products making excellent results easy for customers at home Launching exclusively in Sainsbury’s on 24 March, RRP from £4.50 Mowi, the world’s leading seafood company, today unveils its new consumer brand,

Change to Mowi Scotland farming management

Mowi Scotland welcomes a new Production Director in May, allowing for incumbent Meritxell Diez-Padrisa to focus on continued biological improvements in farming in Scotland, Ireland and the Faroes, as Fish Health Director.    “Mowi’s recent Capital Markets Day highlighted the synergies expected from close cooperation between Scotland, Ireland and the Faroes,” says Ben Hadfield, COO

Last major part of construction completed at Kyleakin

Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) commissioning has now been finalised at our Feed Mill in Kyleakin. The permanent installation of LNG will replace the transportation of LNG by road and reduce the overall carbon footprint of the factory. Instead of two to three trucks a week delivering LNG to Kyleakin, sometimes a 52-hour roadtrip, LNG will

Creating affordable housing for island communities

Our farms are located in extremely rural and remote areas of the Highlands where housing stock is in short supply. Nowhere is the shortage of affordable housing more acute than in island communities. A fish farm creates jobs for local people living on the island and can also attract new people or enable people to

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