Iceland Seafood International closes 2021 with a 21% sales increase

    Satisfied to have navigated well in turbulent waters.

    Solid results, that’s the summary of the 2021 balance for Iceland Seafood International (ISI). Despite not being exactly as expected, with sales reaching €449 million (21% higher than last year) and normalized PBT of €12.5 million (€7.5 million higher than in 2020), their CEO, Bjarni Ármannsson, is satisfied. “The full year 2021 results were overall at the lower end of our expectations, but given the highly volatile and rapidly changing external environment, we are satisfied to have navigated well in turbulent waters”, he says.

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