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Bakkafrost has signed contracts with Faroese entrepreneurs Malltek, RV-tøkni and Nomatek on the expansion of Hall D at Viðareiði hatchery with 2,000 m3. The contract includes updates of biofilters and installing a highly efficient water recirculation system, ensuring a recirculation rate of up to 99%.

From the right: Rúni Olsen (Bakkafrost), Andreas Josephsen (Malltek), Ragnar Magnussen (Nomatek), Rói Vang (RV-tøkni), Finnbogi R. Djurhuus (Bakkafrost), Sigurð Jacobsen (Bakkafrost) og Regin Jacobsen (Bakkafrost) – Bakkafrost

Thereby, Bakkafrost’s strategy is to extend the on-land farming period. The aim, according to the company is to reduce biological risk as well as improved fish health. The hatchery supports around 20 workers.

About Bakkafrost Group

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Bakkafrost Group is the leading producer of top quality salmon from the Faroe Islands. It offers a wide range of healthy and nutritious salmon products from its own facilities. Certainly, the cool and steady sea temperatures of the North Atlantic Current in the Faroe Islands provides perfect conditions for raising healthy and robust Atlantic salmon.

The Group controls all aspects of production – from feed to finished value added products. This ensures unrivalled traceability and consistent high quality. Also, it is committed to maintaining the highest standards in relation to fish welfare, sustainability and sound stewardship of the environment.

In May, the Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) renamed its operations in Scotland to Bakkafrost Scotland. Therefore, the Group committed to an investment program to increase the output of premium salmon by more than 40%.

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