Eilidh Marshall, Author at MOWI - Scotland

Successful smolt transfer to larger pens at Loch Hourn

Mowi’s salmon farm at Loch Hourn has become the latest site to successfully transition to new larger pens with the installation of 7 x 160m pens, which have replaced 12 x 120m pens. While more commonplace in Norway, the larger pens are already being successfully used at several of Mowi’s farms in Scotland. There are

Mowi sponsors Cash for Kids Sports Challenge

Mowi Consumer Products UK (CPUK) is delighted to be supporting the Cash for Kids Sports Challenge as funding partner. Cash for Kids is a grant-giving charity helping the children that need it most across the UK, and the Sports Challenge initiative, inspired by the Commonwealth Games, is designed to get more young people into sport.

Great British Beach Clean

The Great British Beach Clean takes place this month from the 16th to the 25th of September. Mowi will be out in force again this year with staff across our sites all over Scotland joining in to rid our beaches of litter and analyse that litter so the Marine Conservation Society can use the data

Protection of migrating wild salmonid populations

Interactions between farm-raised salmon and wild salmonids are complex and difficult to quantify. However, through Environmental Management Plans (EMPs) Mowi supports meaningful and well-designed monitoring surveys which provide evidence on the health and status of wild salmonid populations. Stephen MacIntyre, Head of Environment, met with The Scoop to further explain: “The ability to determine where

Consumer Products UK awarded AA+ for food safety

The BRCGS has awarded Mowi Consumer Products UK (CPUK) in Rosyth an AA+ for food safety following an audit which took place over a 28-hour period at the end of May. The audit, occurring unannounced, requires operational excellence and preparedness across every department at CPUK including Production, Technical, Hygiene, Procurement, NPD, Facilities, Engineering, Human Resources,

Paweł smashes another record!

Paweł Cymbalista, based in Mallaig, has done it again, this time setting a new record for the West Highland Way. Known as Scotland’s best-loved long-distance walking route, the West Highland Way goes from Milngavie, near Glasgow, to Fort William and covers a distance of 154km with an elevation of 3,200m. Paweł completed the route unsupported

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