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Henrik Rye Jakobsen will be the new head of knowledge services at STIM, taking up the position on September 1.

“I am looking forward to starting in what is one of the most exciting jobs in the aquaculture industry. STIM has a unique competency environment with great potential to lead the positive development of aquaculture as the country’s most important industry of the future. The company has a clear focus on interdisciplinarity, competence development, and innovation,” said Jakobsen. “Values that I believe are important to solve complex challenges.

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He has a background as an aquaculture biologist and operational experience at Uni Research/Uni Environment and Directorate of Fisheries in 2013. Moreover, he has also been a senior advisor, being involved in the design of the current aquaculture regulations.

The head of STIM Knowledge Services explained that this profile is a pivotal role for the company. “In the recruitment process, we met several highly qualified candidates. Henrik still stands out clearly, and we are very pleased to be able to hand over the helm to him,” said Jim-Roger Nordly, the CEO.

About Stim

For 34 years, STIM has been a part of the journey of the aquaculture industry, driving it towards becoming Norway’s foremost industry of the future. Throughout the years, STIM has established itself as the premier provider of high-quality products and services for fish health. For that reason is a leading company.

Positioned uniquely as a provider of expertise, products, and services, STIM assists our clients from planning to harvesting. Moreover, it has offices along the Norwegian coastline and in Chile, the UK, the U.S., Canada, Iceland, and China.

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