Sweden’s first land-based salmon farmer signs steel building design agreement with LLENTAB Group

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Premium Svensk Lax aiming for 10,000 tonne-a-year capacity.

In a press release, Premium Svensk Lax writes that it has signed an agreement with LLENTAB Group for the detailed design of a steel building for the land-based ZWC RAS facility and processing plant in Säffle, Värmland.

Säffle, Värmland, west-central Sweden. MAP: Google

The building is 58,800 square meters and will be the largest and only land-based salmon farm in Sweden.

LLENTAB Group has built several land-based fish farms in Norway and has worked closely with Premium Svensk Lax on the project in Säffle from an early stage.

“All parties are very satisfied with the cooperation and look forward to starting this project in Värmland,” wrote Premium Svensk Lax.

In August 2020, Premium Svensk Lax received official approval for the facility in Värmland and NRC Group Sweden has started the groundwork. The ZWC RAS technology is provided by AKVA Group. LLENTAB Group will design and build the steel building. To secure competence in this project, both LLENTAB Norway and LLENTAB Sweden will collaborate.

The material will be produced by LLENTAB Sweden, expected start-up is in November 2021.


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