The salmon farmer harvested a total of 126,000 tonnes (gutted weight equivalent) in the six countries where it farms, which was 2,000 fewer tonnes than guided but higher than the previous Q3 record of 117,000 tonnes set last year.
The distribution of the harvest was:
- Farming Norway 76,500 tonnes
- Farming Scotland 16,000 tonnes
- Farming Canada 12,000 tonnes
- Farming Chile 16,500 tonnes
- Farming Ireland 3,000 tonnes
- Farming Faroes 2,000 tonnes
- Total 126,000 tonnes
Total operational EBIT per kg through the value chain was approximately as follows:
- Norway €0.85 (Q3, 2019: €1.64)
- Scotland €0.35 (€1.34)
- Canada €-0.55 (€-0.01)
- Chile €0.55 (€1.32)
- Ireland €1.85 (€1.11)
- Faroes €1.30 (€1.42)
Only Mowi’s Irish operation, which largely produces organic salmon, had a higher EBIT per kilo than in the same period last year.
An EBIT / kg in Norway of €0.85, corresponding to about NOK 9.1, is probably the weakest in many years. The figure below shows the quarterly development over the last five quarters.
The complete Q3 2020 report will be released on 4 November.