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Significant investment in Kingairloch

The team at Kingairloch is enjoying new facilities, as well as equipment and infrastructure upgrades, following a six-figure investment at the site. A new shore base has been created at Kingairloch which includes new offices, toilets, shower, kitchen dining area, drying room and a laboratory, significantly improving facilities for the team of six at the

RSPCA teams enjoy visit to Mowi’s sites to update their knowledge and see latest innovations

We were pleased to recently host a ‘live’ visit of senior representatives from the RSPCA and RSPCA Assured scheme. While ‘virtual’ audits have been ongoing since the pandemic began, it is certainly nice to meet again face to face. The visitors toured our Inchmore hatchery and Loch Lochy freshwater sites followed by a tour around

Court order sought to protect health and safety

Mowi Scotland is seeking a permanent interdict (injunction) against an individual who, despite repeated requests not to do so, has continued to put himself and the company’s employees and animals at risk. Scotland’s largest salmon aquaculture company has commenced proceedings seeking orders preventing Don Staniford from entering onto, attaching vessels to or approaching within 15

Increase of healthy young salmon in River Lochy

For well over a decade we have had a strong partnership with the Lochaber District Salmon Fishery Board and the River Lochy Association, which resulted in a pioneering collaboration designed to enhance and protect the local wild salmon populations in the rivers of Lochaber and beyond. This summer, surveys examining the density of juvenile salmon

MOWI salmon: Coming to a screen near you!

National TV advertising, partnership with Kimberley Wilson and innovative new packaging – the consumer marketing campaign for the MOWI brand range is ramping up. Today sees the launch of our branded national TV advertising campaign. With spots across many satellite channels as well as ITV and Channel 4, it is anticipated that over 65% of

First farmed wrasse from Anglesey Hatchery introduced to our farms

A significant milestone was reached in August when ballan wrasse, reared by our colleagues at our Anglesey Hatchery in Wales were successfully delivered to our seawater farms. Around 40,000 wrasse have so far been introduced to pens at Loch Duich, Invasion Bay, Camus Glas and Loch Leven with more to follow. Speaking about the development,

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