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Villa Seafood Group will change its name to Blue Resource Group due to the growth in the number of companies under its banner. This was announced by both the director of marketing, Egil Ove Sundheim, and the Norway-based seafood processing and distribution company.

Since 2005 when it started as a product sales and marketing company it has expanded its range in both areas and countries. The company now ranges from aquaculture and value-added processing to sales and marketing, and has operations in Norway, Scotland and the United States.

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For this reason, the company announced that after the recent expansion of the portfolio of companies with the creation of Filetfabrikken and Seafood Brands AS, the holding group approach was strengthened. By doing so, they explained in their LinkedIn profile, they will be able to “continue to be a strategic support and resource for the affiliated companies.”

“We have a new name and a new profile, but the commitment to develop strong value chains in the seafood industry remains the same,” Egil Ove Sundheim, director of marketing and sustainability at Blue Resource Group, posted on LinkedIn.

About Villa Seafood Group  

Villa Seafood is a multinational company focusing on high quality and sustainable seafood. Located in the beautiful village of Torsken on Senja Island (Norway) the developed different areas of harvest, processing and sales in many countries under their brand.

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