Arctic Fish have announced that an introduction meeting will take place in the Hatchery located in Norður-Botn Tálknafjörður. The meeting will be on the 3rd. of May at 4 PM.
Emphasis will be on introducing the company’s original reports for salmon farming in Arnarfjordur and the expansion of farming projects in Dýrafjörður, there will also be a general introduction and discussion of the company’s current activities and plans for aquaculture in the Westfjords.
The Hatchery located in Tálknafjörður got mentioned on the news yesterday, for its unique water circulation system and more interesting facts about the Hatchery were mentioned.
Read about the Hatchery and watch the video here : http://www.ruv.is/frett/thriggja-milljarda-krona-seidaeldisstod
Norway Royal salmon has entered into an agreement to acquire 50.00 per cent of Arctic Fish ehf through a directed private placement in amount of eur 29 million, , thus forming a joint venture with the existing owners
Arctic Fish are pleased to announce that the Faroe Island resident Johan Hansen has been hired as a manager of the Hatchery in Tálknafjörður. Johan has various hatchery experience and has been involved with such matters for 35 years.
Read more here : https://kvotinn.is/nyr-lidsmadur-til-arctic-fish/
Arctic Fish has become the very first aquaculture producer to achieve Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) Certification in Iceland.
Announcement Arctic Fish is participating both in Boston and Brussels Seafood Expedition. Further information on the location of our booth will be announced later.