The team at our sole farm in Tocha, Portugal recently held a ceremony for the laying of the foundation stone for its new recirculation farm.
The event was attended by Stolt Sea Farm employees from production and engineering together with representatives from the construction company responsible for delivering the project.
The farm at Tocha began production in the 1970s and the new recirculation facility is expected to open in January 2020. The site currently produces 350 tonnes of turbot annually and the new facility is expected to add 360 tonnes of sole to this.
Speaking at the event, Vice-President Luis Toro said
“This project means that Tocha, historically a small turbot farm in our portfolio, will be an increasingly important site, offering more visibility for employees, more accountability and more opportunities for professional growth…and more pride…if that is possible!”