Business units

Nordic Aquafarms is developing its business with an international perspective. We are currently invested in three facilities, one in Norway and two in Denmark. In addition, we are in the early stage of developing a large facility in Maine, USA. See below for more information about our subsidiaries.

Fredrikstad Seafood

Construction of Fredrikstad Seafoods, Norway has now started after two years of planning. The salmon facility will be ready for production in late 2018 and ready to deliver product one year after this.

 

The facility design will maintain stable water temperatures and high water quality year-round to enable a quality product. All discharge from the facility will be continuously cleaned and use of chemicals will be minimal to ensure a green footprint.

 

The facility will facilitate grow-out of Atlantic Salmon to 3,5-4 kilos. Fresh gutted salmon will be delivered on a weekly basis to customers. Fully expanded, the facility will produce up to 6000 tons of salmon annually.

Sashimi Royal

Sashimi Royal is located in the northwestern part of Denmark in Hanstholm. The facility is the largest yellowtail kingfish in the world. Annual production capacity is approximately 1200 tons. The facility has expansion potential up to 4800 tons annually. Nordic Aquafarms is majority shareholder with 62,5 percent ownership.

 

Sashimi Royal is vertically integrated with the cutting edge yellowtail hatchery, Maximus in Denmark. With over 100 broodstock fish in the range 12 to 20 kilos, all fish fry for Sashimi Royal is produced in this facility.

Nordic Aquafarms INC

Nordic Aquafarms INC was incorporated in Delaware in 2017 as the legal entity for our US business operations. Nordic Aquafarms has announced a large salmon farm in Belfast, Maine that will be under development in 2018 and beyond.

 

The ultimate potential for this farm is estimated to 33,000 tons annual production. The subsidiary is 100 % owned by Nordic Aquafarms in Norway.

 

Nordic Aquafarms in Norway should be contacted regarding this operation.

 

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Business units

Nordic Aquafarms is developing its business with an international perspective. We are currently invested in three facilities, one in Norway and two in Denmark. In addition, we are in the early stage of developing a large facility in Maine, USA. See below for more information about our subsidiaries.

Fredrikstad Seafood

Construction of Fredrikstad Seafoods, Norway has now started after two years of planning. The salmon facility will be ready for production in late 2018 and ready to deliver product one year after this.

 

The facility design will maintain stable water temperatures and high water quality year-round to enable a quality product. All discharge from the facility will be continuously cleaned and use of chemicals will be minimal to ensure a green footprint.

 

The facility will facilitate grow-out of Atlantic Salmon to 3,5-4 kilos. Fresh gutted salmon will be delivered on a weekly basis to customers.

Fully expanded, the facility will produce up to 6000 tons of salmon annually.

Sashimi Royal

Sashimi Royal is located in the northwestern part of Denmark in Hanstholm. The facility is the largest yellowtail kingfish in the world. Annual production capacity is approximately 1200 tons. The facility has expansion potential up to 4800 tons annually. Nordic Aquafarms is majority shareholder with 62,5 percent ownership.

 

Sashimi Royal is vertically integrated with the cutting edge yellowtail hatchery, Maximus in Denmark. With over 100 broodstock fish in the range 12 to 20 kilos, all fish fry for Sashimi Royal is produced in this facility.

Nordic Aquafarms INC

Nordic Aquafarms INC was incorporated in Delaware in 2017 as the legal entity for our US business operations. Nordic Aquafarms has announced a large salmon farm in Belfast, Maine that will be under development in 2018 and beyond.

 

The ultimate potential for this farm is estimated to 33,000 tons annual production. The subsidiary is 100 % owned by Nordic Aquafarms in Norway.

 

Nordic Aquafarms in Norway should be contacted regarding this operation.

 

US News