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marine harvestImage copyright aquatic Harvest Image caption Marine Harvest said tasks could go across its Scottish sites

Aquatic Harvest will be break up to 100 jobs at its Scottish seafood farms after a fall in manufacturing and an income warning.

The business hires 658 people at more than 50 internet sites in Scotland.

The planet's biggest seafood farmer said the task slices will make business more cost-effective and lasting.

The Norwegian firm announced earlier this month there would be to be a unique managing director of their Scottish procedure.

Marine Harvest works four hatcheries, five freshwater loch internet sites and 48 sea facilities.

Its farm operations tend to be situated across Skye, the Western Isles, Lochaber, Wester Ross and Argyll.

Real time seafood tend to be gathered at a website at Mallaig and prepared at aquatic Harvest's Blar Mhor processing plant in Fort William. The company features offices at Fort William and Rosyth in Fife.

The restructuring will impact tasks in numerous divisions across all areas.

Image copyright PA Image caption aquatic Harvest stated the farmed salmon business ended up being needing to address brand new difficulties

The company has granted a 30-day notice and certainly will today enter a time period of assessment with staff representatives about which posts will be affected.

Ben Hadfield, handling manager of aquatic Harvest Scotland, said the firm ended up being needing to make changes to meet brand-new difficulties.

He said: "We will be sorry to see staff leaving, as we have a highly-skilled and gifted team here at Marine Harvest Scotland.

"However, the industry is going at a fast rate and seafood farming is within an extremely various spot these days from in which it absolutely was 10 and sometimes even 5 years ago.

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