New UK representative for the Norwegian Seafood Council

The Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) has appointed Jack Robert Møller to be their new UK representative.

Møller has previously worked as marking manager for salmon at the NSC as well as working for Norway’s Fishermen’s Sales Organizations and as general manager at Lyngen Reker. His wide experience within the field will be hugely beneficial to the organization.

“I am very excited about the imminent move to the UK and leading the NSC in its quest to make Seafood from Norway the seafood of choice for British consumers,” said Møller.

“The fishing industry is very close to my heart and I am looking forward to sharing my passion with a country that so appreciates the importance of good quality and sustainably sourced fish.”

Johan Kvalheim, the current UK director will be moving on to the role as managing director at MSD Animal Health Norway.

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 Source: Undercurrentnews.com

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