A shipping company in the north of Scotland has had its business boosted by more than £500,000 – thanks to a new product it developed.
Scottish Sea Farms
Plans have been launched which will see a fish farming company make a £35million investment in Argyll.
Fish farming company Scottish Sea Farms (SSF) say a £4million investment in technology to combat sea lice is paying dividends.
Scottish Sea Farms (SSF) said yesterday it has snapped up the Marine Resource Centre (MRC) at Barcaldine, near Oban, in a £35million investment.
Salmon producer Scottish Sea Farms (SSF) has taken delivery of a new landing craft, the Warness Lass, following an investment worth £500,000.
Aberdeen firm NovaBiotics won the award for investment of the year at the Scottish Enterprise (SE) Life Sciences Awards in Edinburgh last night.
Planning approval for a new salmon farm at Westerbister, Orkney, is expected to create six new jobs and significantly increase production of the fish in local waters.
A new fish farm on Orkney has become home to over 480,000 salmon smolts and created five jobs.
Anti fish-farm protesters have revealed figures that "name and shame" the salmon farms that have shot 180 seals around the Scottish coast over the last two years.
Scottish aquaculture successes were celebrated at awards highlighting the industry’s growing contribution to the country’s economy.
A fish farming business based in Scotland has taken possession of the first of four barges its has ordered from Macduff Shipyards - a deal worth £3.4million.
A grant of more than £10,000 has allowed a respite care centre caring for adults with learning disabilities in Shetland to create a new multi-sensory room .
Scottish Sea Farms (SSF) said yesterday its latest wellboat, the £1.3million Sally Ann, had completed sea trials and was ready for work on its west coast fish farms.
A man who vandalised fish processing equipment at Scottish Sea Farms in Scalloway was yesterday ordered to pay £2,000 compensation to his former employer.
A 50-year-old village hall in a remote area of Lochaber is to be given a facelift - thanks to a grant of £1,250 from a leading salmon farming company.
Oban Pipe Band has been given cash support of £2,000 from the Scottish Sea Farms Heart of the Community Trust.