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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: .. Sitemap.. Contact.. Norwegian.. Home.. History.. Strategy & Vision.. Culture.. InnovaMar.. Business Areas.. Smolt.. Farming.. Processing.. Sales & Distribution.. Executive Management.. Board of Directors.. HSE.. Corporate Governance.. ABC.. About SalMar.. Share Information.. Share Price.. IR policy.. General Meetings.. Dividend.. Largest Shareholders.. Primary Insiders.. Registrar & Auditor.. Stock Exchange Notices.. Reports.. Quarterly reports.. Annual reports.. Other reports.. Presentations.. Quarterly presentations.. Financial Calendar.. Nomination Committee.. Articles of Association.. Ethical Guidelines.. Research Coverage.. IR Contact.. Investors.. Announcements.. Archive of announcements.. News.. Subscribe for news.. Image Gallery.. Media Contact.. Media.. Customers & Consumers..  ...   Markets Day 2012.. 24.. 08.. SalMar - Invitation to Capital.. 15.. SalMar - Q2 2012 report and pr.. More.. Latest documents.. SalMar CMD 2012 presentations.. Q2 2012 presentation.. Q2 2012 report.. 05.. Minutes from ordinary general.. SalMar is one of the world’s largest and most efficient producers of farmed salmon.. Share price.. Last updated.. 01.. 11.. 12 17:00.. Last.. 35.. 40.. Bid.. Ask.. 60.. +/- NOK.. 0.. 00.. +/- %.. Low.. 30.. High.. 37.. 50.. SalMar ASA N-7266 Kverva - Norway Phone +47 72447900 Fax +47 72447901 E-mail.. salmar@salmar.. no..

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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. SalMar ASA has its headquarter and its VAP factory located at the island of Frøya in the region of Central-Norway (Sør-Trøndelag).. SalMar ASA.. N-7266 Kverva - Norway.. Phone: +47 72447900.. Fax: +47 72447901.. E-mail:.. For.. IR contacts.. see the IR section and for.. Media contacts.. see the Media section.. Hotel booking on Frøya:.. www.. hotellfroya.. Vis.. SalMar.. i et større kart..

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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: 2012.. Acquired 10 licenses in Northern Norway (Finnmark) from Villa Artic AS.. 2011.. Acquired 100% of Bringsvor Laks AS which holds two farming licenses in Central Norway (Møre og Romsdal).. Acquired 100% of Krifo Havbruk AS which holds one farming license in Central Norway.. On 6 June 2011 Leif Inge Nordhammer, by choice, stepped down from his 15-year role as CEO in SalMar and was replaced by Yngve Myhre.. Acquired 100% of Villa Miljølaks AS which holds three farming licenses in Central Norway (Møre og Romsdal).. Two licenses for the production of organic salmon and one R D license.. In addition the company manages a R D license for Ålesund University College.. 2010.. Acquired 75,54% of RaumaGruppen AS.. Brood stock and roe production, two smolt production facilities and 8 farming licenses in Central Norway (Møre og Romsdal).. Acquired 23,29% in the OSE-listed Faroese salmon farming company Bakkafrost P/f.. Acquired 100% of Stettefisk AS which holds two farming licenses in Central Norway (Møre og Romsdal).. 2009.. Acquired the remaining 66 per cent of the shares in Volstad Seafood AS to become the company s sole owner.. 2008.. Acquired a further licence in central Norway (Møre og -Romsdal) and one in northern Norway (Troms).. Senja Sjøfarm AS changed its name to SalMar Nord AS, and now encompasses all SalMar s business activities in Troms.. 2007.. On 8 May 2007 the company was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.. SalMar acquired Halsa Fiskeoppdrett AS (two licences) and Henden Fiskeoppdrett AS (two licences) in Møre og Romsdal, as well as Arctic Salmon AS (four licences) in Nordreisa, Troms.. 2006.. Kverva Holding AS sold 42.. 5 per cent of the company s shares to a  ...   focus and efforts on its core business: the farming, harvesting and processing of salmon.. 2001.. SalMar went abroad and established Norskott Havbruk AS in partnership with Lerøy Seafood Group.. Norskott Havbruk AS is the sole owner of Scottish Sea Farms Ltd, the UK s second largest producer of farmed salmon.. SalMar owns 50 per cent of the shares in Norskott Havbruk AS, while Lerøy Seafood Group owns the remaining 50 per cent.. 2000.. Established the first fish-farming operation outside central Norway, with the acquisition of a 49 per cent stake in Senja Sjøfarm AS in Troms.. At that point Senja Sjøfarm AS had nine operating licences and its own hatchery.. 1997.. Expanded the plant at Nordskaget, Frøya to increase the processing capacity, in collaboration with the Industrial Development Corporation of Norway (SIVA).. Kverva Holding became sole owner of SalMar.. By the late 1990s the company had 20 wholly owned licences, with a total harvested volume of 11,000 tonnes gutted weight and a total processed volume of 3,000 tonnes.. 1995.. Entered the hatchery production sector following the acquisition of Follasmolt AS in Verran, North Trøndelag.. Entered into a leasing agreement with Kjørsvik Settefisk, a hatchery in Aure, Møre og Romsdal.. Purchased additional operating licences in Central Norway during the 1990s, and by the end of 1996 SalMar had nine wholly owned licences.. 1992.. Acquired two salmon farming licences.. 1991.. Established in Frøya, South Trøndelag, Norway.. Had one fish farming licence and a packing and processing plant acquired from a company that had gone into liquidation.. Main business was the processing of frozen salmon.. Marked the beginning of wide-ranging restructuring within the Norwegian salmon farming industry, which over time led to increased industrialisation..

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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: SalMar s vision is to be the most cost effective supplier of salmon and salmon products while maintaining high standards with respect to biology, ethical production and quality.. With international competition increasing all the time, low production costs are a vital competitive parameter to achieve strong margins and a good return on equity.. SalMar is uncompromising with respect to quality and meeting the ethical standards associated with biological production.. The company wishes to continue investing in biological development to enable further industrialisation.. SalMar also aims to increase the level of salmon processing undertaken so that a larger proportion of the value added is retained within the company.. Increased local  ...   the InnovaMar project in Frøya.. InnovaMar is intended to be the world s most innovative and cost-effective salmon harvesting and processing plant.. Construction of the InnovaMar facility commenced in the first quarter of 2009.. When it is completed in the first quarter of 2011, the facility will allow SalMar to gradually and in accordance with market trends reduce the proportion of its total output which is exported as whole gutted salmon.. Moving forward creating and developing secure, interesting and profitable workplaces will remain an important objective for SalMar.. The further development of SalMar s company culture and the SalMar Standards will be achieved through a -continuation of the SalMar School..

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    Descriptive info: The SalMar Culture, shared values, shared culture.. SalMar s company culture is constantly under development, and is built on success factors which have gradually evolved within the company from its inception in 1991 and up to today.. Although SalMar s company culture is affected by both external and internal conditions, there are some overarching factors which will always be the foundation of our shared culture.. Of particular importance are a focus on biological assets, operational efficiency and safe food production.. SalMar s output takes a long time to produce.. For an individual salmon it is a process that continues 24 hours a day, seven days a week for three years.. In a biological production process yesterday s actions are carried over into the next phase.. A frivolous attitude to how biological assets are treated can have serious consequences, both in the short and long term.. To be a leader in the aquaculture industry it is therefore crucial to have a shared culture and shared values.. Underpinning all SalMar s business activities and strategic actions is its vision:.. To be the lowest cost producer and supplier of farmed salmon to the European market.. , in the sense of being the most cost-effective.. To realise this vision the entire organisation must do what it takes to succeed.. SalMar standards have been developed for all group business units and departments.. Their purpose is to form the basis for the development of our company culture and to raise awareness throughout the production process.. The SalMar standards describe important focus areas for managers and employees, and are meant to be easily understood and practised by everyone in SalMar, regardless of their role in the  ...   a culture of winning, where performance is both measured and celebrated.. THE JOB IS NOT DONE UNTIL THE PERSON YOU ARE DOING IT FOR IS SATISFIED.. This means that we will meet the expectations of others and demand high standards of each other, in accordance with our own SalMar standards.. There are many 'suppliers' and 'customers' in the production chain, and it is only by treating each other with mutual respect that we will succeed.. FOCUS ON THE SOLUTION.. Everyone who works for SalMar, regardless of position or place, has a duty to help come up with solutions and contribute to improvement processes.. We will challenge existing practices and systems, we will jointly implement solutions, and we will talk to, not about, each other.. THE JOB WE DO TODAY IS VITAL TO THE SUCCESS OF US ALL.. Although SalMar as a whole numbers more than 600 people, it is vital to develop personal attitudes and an understanding that what happens is up to me and my function.. It is therefore vital that everyone is familiar with our vision, objectives and values, and that we support each other on our way to being at all times the.. lowest-cost supplier of farmed salmon.. SUSTAINABILITY IN EVERYTHING WE DO.. High ethical and moral standards form the basis for developing an even stronger focus on safeguarding the environment that we work in day to day, and that we are the temporary custodians of.. We shall not deplete the environment, but ensure that we pass it on unimpaired to the next generation.. This is our shared social responsibility, and everything we do must stand up to public scrutiny both today and in the future..

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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: InnovaMar - from dream to reality.. Harvesting and processing has been a key part of the SalMar Group s strategy ever since the establishment of company in 1991.. Since 1991 both market conditions, production technology in the industry and SalMar as a company have made considerable strides.. SalMar has, after several years of detailed planning, decided to invest in what is intended to be the world s most innovative and cost-effective facility for the landing, harvesting and processing of farmed salmon InnovaMar.. InnovaMar is built right next to SalMar s existing facility at Nordskaget, Frøya.. InnovaMar covers an area of 16 000 square meters, in comparison the current facility covers 3 000 square meters.. Illustration: Øystein Thommesen AS.. February 16th 2009 was a special day in SalMar s almost 20-year history.. Right next to SalMar s existing processing plant and headquarters in Frøya, ground was broken for InnovaMar, a unique project with a total investment budget for buildings and equipment of approx.. NOK 420 million.. The building that will house the facility will be owned by a real estate company in which SalMar will be one of three shareholders along with Kverva AS and Abra Norge AS.. SalMar will invest in a state  ...   Trøndelag, ever.. The main entrance connects the production area with the building housing the administration, canteen and the common areas.. Some of InnovaMar s primary objectives are:.. Ensure safe and ethical treatment of the salmon.. Optimise the use of the entire salmon.. Reduce production risk by having parallel production lines.. Flexibility in processing to meet wide ranging customer demands.. Increased control over production processes, storage and order handling.. Production lines designed to optimize food safety and cleaning procedures.. InnovaMar is scheduled to be fully operational during the first quarter of 2011.. A purchasing philosophy has been developed for InnovaMar which means that local suppliers are preferred as long as they are able to deliver and are competitive with respect to price and quality.. As a result, the portacabin assembly containing offices and accommodation (44 separate rooms) was erected by local workers and will be operated by Frøya Football Club.. InnovaMar is big, both in terms of size and the level of ambition.. It is probably the largest investment ever made on the Trøndelag coast, and its objective is clear: to be the world s leading salmon harvesting and processing plant that will stand like a beacon in the industry for many years to come..

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  • Title: Salmar
    Descriptive info: Fry and smolt - hatchery production.. Self sufficient with high quality smolt.. As a leading international producer of farmed salmon, having access to adequate supplies of high quality smolt is crucial to SalMar.. It is therefore of strategic importance to the company to be as far as possible self-sufficient in smolt.. SalMar produces fry and smolt at six separate facilities in Møre og Romsdal, South Trøndelag, North Trøndelag and Troms.. In central Norway SalMar has five hatcheries located at Follafoss in Verran, Kjørsvikbugen in Aure, Setran in Osen, Straumsnes in Tingvold and Langstein in Stjørdal.. SalMar owns 60 per cent of the Langstein facility, while the remaining hatcheries are wholly owned.. The smolt production in Northern Norway is undertaken at SalMar s facility at Gjøvika.. Almost all of SalMar s smolt production is used to supply its own fish farms.. The company currently has adequate supplies of smolt of the required quality.. SalMar s hatcheries have access to freshwater resources which will allow continued growth in output.. This is particularly true of the largest hatcheries at Follafoss and Kjørsvikbugen.. In the past years SalMar has also invested in  ...   by the Kjørsvikbugen hatchery.. These measures result in reduced energy costs.. Both at Follafoss and Langstein the water utilised for smolt production has previously been used for power generation.. In order to have a back-up for the water from the wood processing plant investments in recycling and heat pump technology are being undertaken at Follafoss.. High quality smolt is a precondition for the safe and effective production of farmed salmon.. By establishing its own standards and associated action plans SalMar has sought to focus on smolt quality.. To make effective use of the production potential of SalMar s fish farms it is important that the transfer of smolt to the sea is spread over the whole year.. Achieving non-seasonal smolt production has therefore been an important objective for SalMar s hatcheries.. The company s hatcheries have substantially upgraded their facilities the last few years.. This effort has been associated partly with necessary production growth, partly with environmental measures such as waste water treatment, and, not least, with measures to prevent fish from escaping from the hatcheries.. SalMar has a zero-tolerance policy with respect to escape from its hatcheries..

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    Descriptive info: High quality locations and biological control.. Fish farming Central Norway.. The bulk of SalMar s marine-phase fish-farming activity is organised in SalMar Farming AS, and takes place in Central-Norway, from Nordmøre to the Namdal coast.. This region offers extremely favourable environmental conditions for the production of salmon, with good temperatures all year round thanks to the Gulf Stream, good circulation of seawater and good access to appropriate sites.. SalMar s fish farms focus on cost-effective operations and a high ethical standard with respect to animal husbandry.. To help SalMar achieve its goal of being the most cost-effective producer of salmon, there is a constant focus on sub-goals, such as fastest possible growth with the lowest possible feed factor.. Early on the company established its own standards and best practices to achieve greater efficiency.. This means the concentration of marine production at larger facilities with the right capacity and sustainability.. SalMar Central Norway harvested 63.. 400 tonnes gutted weight in 2011, divided between 44 licences.. SalMar's segment in Rauma harvested 10.. 900 tonnes gutted weight in 2011, divided between 14 licenses.. Fish farming facilities are located in Averøy, Halsa, Tustna, Aure, Smøla, Hitra, Frøya,  ...   result.. Like the company s Central Norway operations, SalMar Northern Norway s activities are characterised by a concentration in larger units compared with many of its competitors.. To further rationalise production, several of the facilities in Troms has installed larger net-pens and increased its smolt transfers, which is expected to result in an increase in output and harvested volume.. Scottish Sea Farms Ltd.. SalMar owns 50 per cent of Norskott Havbruk AS, which in turn owns 100 per cent of Scottish Sea Farms.. The remaining 50 per cent of Norskott Havbruk AS is owned by Lerøy Seafood Group ASA.. Scottish Sea Farms is the UK s second largest producer of farmed salmon.. While the company s main production is located on the Scottish mainland, it also operates from locations in Shetland and the Orkneys.. The company s activities include hatchery production, as well as the farming, harvesting and processing of salmon.. During the last few years the company has developed several exciting market concepts, including the production of own label salmon products for the international retail chain Marks Spencer.. Scottish Sea Farms (SalMar's 50% share) harvested 10.. 900 tonnes gutted weight in 2011..

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