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A former Lochaber High School pupil is taking up a new top role at Mowi salmon company.
Scott Nolan, currently Processing Director for Mowi Scotland Limited, is to become Operations Director, Processing and Sales (UK and Ireland).
Mr Nolan began his career with Mowi in 1988. With 14 years of international aquaculture experience gained in Australia from 2006-2020, he re-joined Mowi just over two years ago.
The company says his focus in this new position will be to ensure Mowi achieves the highest level of operational efficiency through co-ordination across the business.
‘I am very excited to take on this new role, with focus on further integration of our processing and sales divisions,’ said Mr Nolan.
‘I will continue to work closely with our processing teams and look forward to further engagement with our dedicated teams in sales and their valued customers.
‘It is an exciting time to be leading our sales group during a period of growth and with more and more Mowi salmon products being sold in new markets to organic and Aquaculture Stewardship Council certified standards.’
Mr Nolan will continue to lead on the redevelopment of the company’s Blar Mhor salmon processing site in Fort William to build production capacity to more than 80,000 tonnes.
The Blar Mhor expansion will use state-of-the-art robotic technologies for handling and grading salmon.
Former Lochaber High pupil Scott Nolan who is taking on a new role at Mowi. NO F16 Scott Nolan
Mowi’s new sign at the Blar Mhor site in Fort William.
NO F16 MOWI new signs at Blar