Scottish salmon processor announced its closure last November.
Last November, SalmonBusiness reported that Thai Union Europeenne de la Mer confirmed closure of the based in Dingwall-based processor.
In a posting on Companies House, The Edinburgh Salmon Company (ESCo) posted its final full accounts made up to 30 December 2018.
The company had suffered from heavy losses “as a result of highly challenging condistions and market trends,” it wrote.
The company had in recent years lost two major customers including Pret A Manger as well as supermarket giant Asda to Young’s in 2014. In September 2014, MerAlliance was acquired by Thai Union, through its Paris-based subsidiary MW Brands, whose portfolio includes the John West tinned salmon range.
Loss for the final year was GBP 11.8 million, while turnover dropped 10 per-cent from GBP 36.8 million to GBP 33.3 million.