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Mowi Q3 Operational EBIT At About EUR 80 Million
Mowi Q2 Operational EBIT At EUR 99 Million
Mowi Q2 Prelim Operational EBIT Down At EUR 96 Mln
Mowi ASA, formerly Marine Harvest ASA, is a Norway-based company engaged in the production and marketing of seafood, with focus on Atlantic salmon. The Company operates within three segments, namely Feed, Farming, and Sales and Marketing. The Feed segment is responsible for production of fish feed. The Farming segment manages the Company's aquaculture and primary processing activities in Norway, Scotland, Canada, Chile, Ireland and the Faroe Islands. The Sales and Marketing segment comprises the global sales organization and is divided into Markets, responsible for distributing primary (whole gutted fish) and secondary (fillets, portions, steaks and kebabs) products, and Consumer Products, responsible for value-added products, such as smoked, marinated and grilled fish, delicatessen and ready meals, among others. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries based in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Independent Chairman of the Board
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Lisbet K. Naero
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
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Chief Technology Officer, Head - Global Research and Development
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Mowi <MOWI.OL>, the world's largest fish farmer, posted weaker than expected first-quarter earnings on Monday and said costs were rising due to the impact on operations from the COVID-19 outbreak.
Norway's Mowi, the world's largest fish farming company, said on Thursday its fourth-quarter profit fell more than expected amid a drop in salmon prices.
Norwegian fish farmer Mowi's fourth-quarter profit fell more than analysts had expected amid a drop in prices, its preliminary earnings report showed on Thursday.
Mowi ASA <MOWI.OL>, the world's largest salmon producer, could stop buying Brazilian soy for its fish farms unless the South American country curbs Amazon deforestation, the Norwegian company said on Wednesday.
Mowi <MOWI.OL>, the world's largest fish farming company, posted on Wednesday a stronger-than-expected earnings for the second quarter amid lower costs and high demand for salmon.
* Norway unit's earnings margin lower than expected (Adds margins, background, bullets)
(In February 19 story corrects name and title in paragraph seven to Chief Financial Officer Trond Tuvstein from Chief Executive Olav-Andreas Ervik)
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