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GGN: 4049929457928
Noruega
SALMAR ASA

Industriveien 51, 7266, KVERVA

Especies de peces: Atlantic Salmon [Salmo Salar] // Rainbow Trout [Oncorhynchus mykiss]
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Información sobre la granja
SalMar is a fully integrated company including the entire production chain of salmon from broodstock to sales. We own 100 licenses for marine production of Atlantic Salmon in Norway, and our expected [..] SalMar is a fully integrated company including the entire production chain of salmon from broodstock to sales. We own 100 licenses for marine production of Atlantic Salmon in Norway, and our expected harvest volume in 2017 is 128,000 tons. We are the world’s largest producer of organic salmon – supplied 52 weeks a year. SalMar operates comprehensive VAP activities, co-located at the company's main office at Frøya in Sør-Trøndelag, and the processing plants are certified in accordance with GLOBALG.A.P., ASC, BRC, IFS, Organic and Kosher. SalMar has sales offices in Japan, Korea and Vietnam. We own 50% of Norskott Havbruk AS, which owns 100% of Scottish Sea Farms Ltd, Great Britain’s second-largest salmon farmer. We have about 1,300 employees in 27 municipalities and five counties. [--]
Hechos y Cifras
Establecido: 1991
Qué tamaño tiene la granja: We own over 100 licenses located along the Norwegian coast line - in Møre og Romsdal, Trøndelag, Troms and Finnmark
Empleados: More than 100
Especies: Atlantic Salmon [Salmo Salar], Rainbow Trout [Oncorhynchus mykiss]
Fecha del primer certificado GLOBALG.A.P.: 01.01.70
Aquaculture : The fish are farmed in open net pens on carefully selected and approved farm sites on the coast, all according to Norwegian and European legislation.
Características Especiales & Actividades
SalMar takes an active approach to supporting educational-, cultural-, and sports activities in the municipalities where we have our production units.


Cómo se crian los peces
The fish are farmed in open net pens on carefully selected and approved farm sites on the coast, all according to Norwegian and European legislation.