SalMar (Public, ETR:JEP) is one of the world's largest salmon producers. The Company has 54 wholly-owned ordinary licences for marine production of Atlantic salmon in Norway; 40 licences in SalMar Farming AS located in the Company's principal producing region in Mid-Norway (Trøndelag, Nord-Møre) and14 licences in Troms through SalMar's wholly owned subsidiary Senja Sjøfarm AS.
In addition, SalMar owns 50% of Norskott Havbruk AS, which owns 100% of Scottish Sea Farms Ltd. Scottish Sea Farms is Great Britain's second-largest salmon farmer with production capacity in excess of 30,000 tonnes gutted weight.
Salmon sector welcomes trade ban changes Russia Fed.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia together with federal fishery agency are devising proposals on the changes in the list of food from the EU, the US, Canada, Australia and Norway, whose import has been banned.
Cluster farming helps improve tilapia production Fiji
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community has been working with the EU and the Fiji Ministry of Fisheries and Forests in assisting smallholder tilapia farmers to improve production by working together in cluster groups.
Data gaps affect pacific tuna assessment Marshall Islands
Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency requests its members to properly report their fishing catches in Pacific waters to help prevent overfishing.
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