The Norwegian method of saving a processor not wanted by its large owner could serve as inspiration for those trying to save Scotland’s Pinney’s, where the salmon line awaits a white knight.
Some 45 jobs were lost, when salmon farmer, Cermaq, decided to close a processing plant in the Township of Oksnes, Northern Norway. Mayor Karianne Braathen wasn’t impressed by the Cermaq exit.
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