Mowi USA to host One Ocean Expedition, sustainability workshop 8 December

Mowi USA will host a daylong workshop on ocean sustainability issues as part of a celebration of the One Ocean Expedition’s visit to Miami, Florida, U.S.A. on Wednesday, 8 December. The U.S. branch of the Bergen, Norway-headquartered salmon-farming firm will feature keynote addresses by Tidal/X Chief Product Officer Bala Kasiviswanathan,...
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Biotech Rocket Climbs on Steady Exchange – E24

Softox is sailing as one of the stock market rockets in the last month of the year. In the past week, the share is up 40 percent. It’s a relatively quiet start to the week on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The main index rose 0.06 percent after 05 minutes of trading.
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Mowi USA Hosts December 8th In Miami, FL Event To Celebrate Sustainable Marine Aquaculture And Seafood

MIAMI, Dec. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- We are delighted to report that the One Ocean Expedition has set sail in the vessel Statsraad Lehmkuh that started its journey back in August 2021 and is planned to circumnavigate the globe through April 2023, visiting more than 30 ports as a recognized part of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. The Statsraad Lehmkuhl will travel 55,000 nautical miles to facilitate workshops, bring Key-Note speakers, and celebrate the Ocean and its bounties.

Mowi delays Newfoundland expansion after multiple biological challenges

Mowi Canada East is delaying a planned salmon farm expansion in Newfoundland after a “disappointing” quarter faced with biological challenges. Mowi experienced several mortality incidents at its Newfoundland operations in the third quarter of 2021, including a die-off that started at 93,000 and increased to 450,000 fish at a Marine Harvest Atlantic Canada site. Then, in October, farming sites in Little Bay, Chaleur Bay, and Friar Cove experienced mortalities of more than 210,000 salmon.

Lifeboats scrambled after cargo ship runs aground under key Scots bridge

LIFEBOATS were scrambled after a cargo ship ran aground underneath a Scottish bridge yesterday afternoon. Lifeboat and coastguard crews were paged at 3.24pm on Friday after the alarm was sounded, with reports a cargo vessel had ran aground under the Skye Bridge. It then began to float free and drift...

Editor's Picks: Bracing for a flood of salmon, shipping cost relief, a win for Mowi

Hello all -- another busy week in seafood news. Remember -- this is just a sampling of a few of our best stories. You can find a whole lot more on our home page. First up, last week was the announcement that we can expect a blockbuster Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run, once again smashing records. What's the secret to the health of the fishery? One commentator has an answer.

Mowi reports record third-quarter revenue as demand recovers

Bergen, Norway-based Mowi has reported record third-quarter revenues as demand for salmon continues to recover in the wake of global COVID-19 lockdown measures. The company reported Q3 revenue of EUR 1.04 billion (USD 1.19 billion), and operational earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of EUR 131 million (USD 151 million), an increase of EUR 51 million (USD 59 million) over Q3 2020 – but a slight decrease from its Q2 2021 EBIT of EUR 137 million (USD 158 million).

Mowi Q3 revenues record high

Operational EBIT was 131 million euros, compared with 80 million euros in the corresponding quarter of 2020. Demand for salmon continued to recover from Covid-19 lockdown measures during the third quarter as foodservice activity improved further and retail demand remained at strong levels. “It’s positive to see that the salmon...

Mowi Pays 724 Million in Dividends – Increases Slaughter Target – E24

The largest salmon farmer on the Oslo Stock Exchange expects to increase the slaughter volume to 460,000 tons next year from 455,000 this year. Agriculture Giant The rapporteur says Operating profit of €131 million (1.29 billion kronor) in the third quarter, in line with a previous update, and up from €80 million in the same quarter a year earlier.

Mowi experiences more salmon die-offs in Canada, Ireland

Bergen, Norway-headquartered Mowi has experienced mass-mortality events at several of its salmon-farming sites in Canada and Ireland. Mowi’s Little Bay, Chaleur Bay, and Friar Cove farming sites, collectively containing nearly 2.75 million salmon, experienced mortalities of more than 210,000 salmon in October, according to a company press release. The cause was determined to be hydrolicer and thermolicer sea lice treatments completed in mid-October, with the fish succumbing over the course of several weeks. All three sites had been scheduled for harvest by the end of 2021.
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Record-high third quarter revenues for Mowi

( Bergen , 10 November 2021) Mowi re corded record high revenues of 1 035 million euros. Operational EBIT was 131 million euros, compared with 80 million euros in the corresponding quarter of 2020. Demand for salmon continued to recover from Covid-19 lockdown measures during the third quarter as foodservice...

Mowi ASA (OSE: MOWI): Quarterly dividend

The Board of Mowi ASA has resolved on 9 November 2021 to make a quarterly distribution to shareholders of. per share in extraordinary dividend. will be traded including dividend up to and including. 18 November 2021. . Mowi ASA’s shares listed on the. Oslo Stock Exchange. will be traded excluding...