Prodemar is Stolt Sea Farm’s flatfish trademark, a multinational company of recognised international prestige in the fish farming sector and part of the Stolt-Nielsen which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Oslo Børs: SNI) employs more than 4,700 staff in 23 offices around the world.
In 2007 Stolt Sea Farm reaches 4,000 Tons of sale of turbot
In line with the company’s acquisition and diversification policy the group acquires leading US caviar production company Sterling Caviar.
The company sells its tuna activities to concentrate on land cultivation species – turbot sole and sturgeon – which are difficult to farm, have long product on cycles and have growing markets with excellent prospects.
Stolt Sea Farm continues to produce sole and turbot with production centres in Australia, France and Portugal with headquarters in Lira Carnota, A Coruña, Spain.
Cape Vilán-Camariñas, in Spain, opens to become the new largest fish farm in the world. The facility focuses on marine flatfish and Stolt Sea Farm invests €17 million..
Seafood industry seeks answers on post-Brexit trade United Kingdom
Leaders of Scotland's seafood industry have told UK environment and food secretary Michael Gove more has to be done to safeguard exports after Brexit.
At a meeting in London, representatives of salmo...