Loch Duart boasts growing global sales
An independent Scottish salmon farming company has been listed at number 78 in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table for fastest growing international sales.
Loch Duart was fourth amongst the 10 Scottish headquartered companies who made the list following a mention as a BDO Profit Track 100 company in the Sunday Times list earlier in the year.
“To be named as a Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 company is an important accolade for Loch Duart,” said Alban Denton, managing director, Loch Duart.
“We export Loch Duart salmon to over 20 countries around the world and we have a real understanding of what makes a successful brand.”
Mr Denton added that as a major contributor to the North West Scotland economy, Loch Duart employs over 115 staff and attracts the most innovative and passionate aquaculture professionals from across the globe.
Over the last year Loch Duart has provided financial support for local projects including funding for a lifeboat station, improvements to a local village hall, local school projects and main sponsorship for Hebridean mountain biker and European Championships hopeful, Kerry MacPhee.
The International Track 200 ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their latest two years of accounts.
Compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times each June, the International Track 200 will be followed by an awards event later this year.
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