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BREAKING: North Pacific buys Red Salmon plant

22 Dec 2011

North Pacific Seafoods, Inc. (Google Place)  has signed an agreement to purchase the assets of the Red Salmon seafood processing plant in Naknek, Alaska from Yardarm Knot, Inc.

The Red Salmon plant is one of Alaska’s largest producers of sockeye salmon.

With a focus on the Bristol Bay herring and salmon, Red Salmon plant has the capacity to produce....

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Marubeni Corp. : North Pacific Seafoods Inc. purchase Alaska Salmon Processing Plant to expand its share of Sockeye Salmon Production

12/21/2011 | 10:22 pm

Marubeni Corporation
Dec. 22, 2011

Marubeni Corporation ("Marubeni") announces that 100% owned subsidiary North Pacific Seafoods Inc. (NPSI) has reached an agreement with Yardarm Knot Inc. (YAK) to acquire the Red Salmon Cannery (Red Salmon) to expand its Alaskan Seafood operation. The amount will be about US$47 million.

With the acquisition of Red Salmon, NPSI's annual seafood production volume will be increased to 57,000M/T from 45,000M/T.

Alaska seafood, including Wild Salmon, has been well managed by US National Marine Fisheries Service and Alaska Department of Fish and Game.  Many Alaska seafood species have obtained MSC (*) certification, which is...

Address: Mile maker 15, Naknek AK 99633, USA
Site Area: 175,000m2
Facility: Frozen Processing Line, Canning Processing Line
Main Item: Sockeye Salmon 9,000M/T (annually)
                 Sac Roe Herring 3,000M/T (annually)

Address: 4 Nickerson, Seattle WA 98109, USA
Shareholder: Marubeni Corporation 100%
Business: Processing Alaska Seafood, Importing seafood
Main Item: Salmon, Pacific Cod, Pollock, Halibut, Rock Fish, Flatfish, Shrimp.....

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