Thursday, October 27, 2016

28/10/2016: Gael Force Group sign contract with The Scottish Salmon Company

Gael Force Group are pleased to announce that they have signed a contract with The Scottish Salmon Company, Scotland’s leading independent producer of salmon, as the preferred supplier of consumables to both farms and processing sites.

For several years now, the Inverness based firm have had in place a strong supply chain system that already services a number of fish farm sites across Scotland with consumables.

With a current, dedicated supply chain team that consists of nine full-time staff covering purchasing, sales, administration, warehouse and delivery personnel; Gael Force will further enhance the existing service creating additional jobs to meet the needs of the South West farm sites.

To achieve this Gael Force have also increased the workforce in their Glasgow premises with additional staff and a new delivery route to cover the Southern area sites.

Increasing their consumable supply chain service strengthens Gael Force’s commitment to the Aquaculture market and is part of the Highland based firms strategy for growth.
Stewart Graham, Gael Force Group`s managing director said, “The added consumables contract fits well with our current development plan within the Group’s focus on the aquaculture business. It’s another step forward for Gael Force becoming an end to end supplier of equipment and technology to the Scottish aquaculture markets”.

The Scottish Salmon Company is a leading Scottish-based producer of the finest sea loch fresh Scottish salmon with 60 sites in the West Coast of Scotland and Hebrides.

Commenting on the contract, Craig Anderson, Managing Director at The Scottish Salmon Company said, “We are committed to using local suppliers wherever possible – it is a core part of our strategy for long-term sustainable growth. Our new arrangement with Gael Force demonstrates this and will assist in driving efficiencies throughout the business.”

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