Smir lands major deal with unnamed producer

Editorial Staff

CEO Øyvind Nymark has indicated that the deal represents a substantial investment.

Smir, an aquaculture technology and service provider, has secured a significant contract to supply its Smirfeeder waterborne feeding system to an undisclosed leading aquaculture company.

The installation, scheduled to be completed in April, will service two locations in Norwegian production zone 6 and cater to up to 12 cages designed for deep-water operations.

Production zones 1-13 along the Norwegian coast.

Frode Rygh, the sales manager at Smir, remarked on the successful negotiation process, highlighting the system’s role in enhancing feeding efficiency and contributing to more sustainable salmon production in the future.

Speaking to Norwegian aquaculture news service iLaks, Øyvind Nymark, CEO of Smir, described the deal as crucial, marking the start of a promising relationship with a new client in the sector.

He emphasized the agreement’s alignment with strategies for the green transition, with water feeding expected to make significant advancements.

Nymark also noted Smir’s positioning in the industry to supply comprehensive deep-water operation solutions.

Specifics on the contract’s financial value were not disclosed.


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