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Norway Royal Salmon Asa
Fresh and frozen salmon and salmon trout

Located in Kristiansand and Trondheim, Norway Royal Salmon ASA has merged old family-run companies specializing in salmon farming and sales. The company has been a leading player in the Norwegian salmon industry for many years and is now one of the largest groups of salmon farmers in the world. Norway Royal Salmon is fully integrated from smolt to the market. The company exports and sells salmon year-round to the whole world. 
Norway Royal Salmon 

FRESH, CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

 
The raw produce is farmed in an ideal environment with unpolluted, cold, clear water. The company has the advantage of obtaining salmon deliveries from farmers along the entire Norwegian coast. It can, therefore, offer top-quality products all year round.

QUALITY PRODUCTS

A wide range of salmon products are offered by Norway Royal Salmon, with special emphasis on taste, presentation and quality assurance. The company’s farmers helped to pioneer the international salmon farming industry and are well known for their top-quality salmon and salmon products. Norway Royal Salmon leads the way in product development, maintaining its position as one of the world’s leading companies in salmon sales.

FRESH, FROZEN & SMOKED

Norway Royal Salmon’s line of export products includes:
• Fresh and frozen salmon and salmon trout
• Salmon fillets and portions
• Smoked and marinated salmon
• Various salmon delicacies

Norway Royal Salmon
Norway Royal Salmon
Norway Royal salmon

Africa
Asia
Denmark
Europe
North America
Oceania
South America
South Asia
Sweden
West Asia
  • Finance
    Operating income: 5108586
    Operating profit: 41513
    Operating profit before tax: 215329 Total assets: 4604581
    Total equity:
    Currency: NOK (all numbers in thousands)
  • Management
    Board Chairman:
    Helge Gåsø

    Board Members:
    Eva Maria Kristoffersen
    Karl Johan Bakken
    Marianne E Johnsen
    Trude Olafsen
    Tom Vidar Rygh

    General Manager:
    Charles Høstlund


    Subsidiary companies:
    Largest shareholders:
    N/A
    Salmon, Salmon & Trout,