Gael Force Group’s Fusion Marine aims to expand its workforce with the recruitment of up to 12 positions, with at least six of these jobs newly created as the Scotland-based company prepares for growth.
Gael Force Group will research and develop a new larger integrated fish pen and review its existing pen range to help “unlock” Scottish aquaculture’s huge growth potential.
Danish suppliers are set to explore the Scottish aquaculture industry at Aquaculture UK following a networking meeting in Denmark attended by Scottish aquaculture industry representatives to share growth plans.
Gael Force Group and Fusion Marine are jointly announcing today that they have agreed and signed Heads of Terms which will result in Gael Force’s acquisition of 75% of the outstanding share capital of the fish farm pen manufacturer. The deal, which is of an undisclosed value, is on course to conclude early April, following the completion of normal due diligence.
Scottish Sea Farms spent over £100m – 85% of total supplier spend – procuring goods and services from local businesses in 2017.
Fish farm managers may be able to better manage the way they operate with a new energy efficient feed system.
John Offord, managing director of Gael Force Engineering, has retired after 17 years with the company.
Gael Force Group have signed a contract with The Scottish Salmon Company, as the preferred supplier of consumables to both farms and processing sites.
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