SalMar (Public, ETR:JEP) is one of the world's largest salmon producers. The Company has 54 wholly-owned ordinary licences for marine production of Atlantic salmon in Norway; 40 licences in SalMar Farming AS located in the Company's principal producing region in Mid-Norway (Trøndelag, Nord-Møre) and14 licences in Troms through SalMar's wholly owned subsidiary Senja Sjøfarm AS.
In addition, SalMar owns 50% of Norskott Havbruk AS, which owns 100% of Scottish Sea Farms Ltd. Scottish Sea Farms is Great Britain's second-largest salmon farmer with production capacity in excess of 30,000 tonnes gutted weight.
Salmon and trout could be threatened by invasive crab United Kingdom
Salmon and trout stocks in the north and north-east of Scotland could be under threat from the invasion of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis), which has reached Glasgow’s River Clyde, Scotland, for the first time.
Cephalopod sector to be left out of negotiations with Mauritania Spain
EU Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the European Union reiterated she will not negotiate the inclusion of a cephalopod fishing quota of the new fisheries agreement with Mauritania, as the scientific reports say there is overexploitation of the resource.