Eilidh Marshall, Author at MOWI - Scotland - Page 8 of 12

Modern Apprenticeship to become a specialist food processor now available at Mowi

Mowi has collaborated with Skills Development Scotland (SDS) and UHI West Highland to create a new Modern Apprenticeship (MA) allowing young people to train to become a specialist food processor. The MA is full-time and apprentices will be based at Mowi’s Blar Mhor processing facility in Fort William. Apprentices will receive the SCQF Level 5

Blar Mhor achieves highest grade in BRC audit

Congratulations to the team at Blar Mhor who were awarded AA+, the highest possible grade, in a recent unannounced audit undertaken by the British Retail Consortium (BRC). The audit is an official assessment of a food manufacturer’s adherence to the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety and involves a thorough examination of all processes and

Mowi to test first-of-its-kind water purification system

Tony Boyd and Joshua Holder from Benchmark Animal Health with Dougie Hunter Mowi is pleased to be involved in a trial supported by the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture and the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC), which will test the efficacy of CleanTreat in removing traces of medicine used to treat sea lice from

On the road to zero

Paul Gordon from Gofor Finance Ltd hands over keys to Mowi’s Becky Bashir Mowi Scotland is on the road to zero with the addition of electric vehicles to the fleet and more set to follow in 2023. The move is a significant step in Mowi’s strategy to have a zero emission/hybrid fleet by 2025. The

Enhancing health and safety knowledge

Extensive training has taken place in the Mowi Farming division to enhance the health and safety knowledge of our managers, skippers and others holding positions of responsibility. Between September 2021 and March 2022, 35 members of staff completed the IOSH Managing Safely course run by West Highland College in Fort William. Head of Health and

Nurturing future talent in the industry

Mowi Consumer Products UK bids farewell to Evie Burns who has completed a nine-week placement at Rosyth under the supervision of OPEX Manager Daniel Sheerin. Evie is studying Food Consumer Science Studies at Abertay University and really made the most of her time at CPUK. Speaking about the placement, Daniel said: “I was delighted to

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