Company facts

Skretting is the global leader in providing innovative and sustainable nutritional solutions for the aquaculture industry. Skretting has production facilities in 18 countries on five continents and manufactures and delivers high quality feeds from hatching to harvest for more than 60 species. The total annual production volume of feed is more than 2.5 million tonnes. The head office is located in Stavanger, Norway.

Employees: 3 500 worldwide

Products: Fish and shrimp feed for more than 60 species

Production: 2.4 million tonnes annually (2020)

Production facilites:  Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Honduras (JV), Italy, India (JV), Japan, Norway, Nigeria, Turkey, Spain, USA, Vietnam, Zambia

Where we operate

Map of where we operate

Key to map

1. Skretting HQ

Head office Skretting Group and Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC)

1. Skretting Norway

Plants: Stokmarknes, Averøy and Stavanger. Feed for: Atlantic salmon, seawater trout, cod, halibut, catfish and wrasse

2. Skretting France

Plants: Vervins and St Hervè. Feed for: Freshwater trout, sea bass, sea bream, turbot, salmon, catfish, tilapia, sturgeon, eel, carp and shrimp

3. Skretting Italy

Plant: Mozzecane. Feed for: Freshwater trout, sea bass, sea bream, sturgeon, eel, catfish and carp

4. Skretting Chile

Plant: Osomo and Pargua. Feed for: Atlantic salmon, pacific salmon, freshwater and ocean trout, tilapia, shrimp and yellowtail amberjack

5. Skretting Spain

Plant: Cojòbar. Feed for: Freshwater trout, sea bass, sea bream, turbot, sole, meagre, eel, carp, catfish, amberjack and sturgeon

6. Skretting Canada

Plants: Vancouver and St Andrews. Feed for: Atlantic salmon, arctic char, pacific salmon, sable fish, sturgeon, trout, halibut and tilapia

7. Skretting Japan

Plant: Imari. Feed for: Yellowtail kingfish, red sea bream, bluefin tuna, amberjack, striped jack, sea bass, freshwater and seawater trout

8. Skretting Australia

Plant: Hobart. Feed for: Atlantic salmon, chinook salmon, barramundi, yellowtail kingfish, abalone, prawn, freshwater and seawater trout

9. Skretting Egypt

Plant: Belbies. Feed for: Tilapia, catfish, mullet, carp and sea bass

10. Skretting USA

Plant: Salt Lake City. Feed for: Barramundi, char, catfish, hybrid striped bass, koi, largemouth bass, pacific salmon, sturgeon, steelhead, tilapia and trout

11. Skretting Turkey

Plant: Güllük. Feed for: Freshwater trout, carp, sea bass and sea bream

12. Skretting Vietnam

Plants: Ho Chi Minh City and Long An Province. Feed for: Black tiger shrimp, whiteleg shrimp, giant freshwater prawn, red tilapia, snakehead, climbing perch, pangasius, sturgeon, Asian sea bass, grouper, cobia, clown featherback, snakeskin gourami and pompano

13. Skretting China

Plant: Zhuhai. Feed for: Whiteleg shrimp, black tiger shrimp, trout, sea bass, snakehead, golden pompano, catfish and sturgeon

14. Skretting Nigeria

Plant: Ibadan. Feed for: African catfish and tilapia

15. Skretting Ecuador

Plant: Guayaquil x 3. Feed for: Shrimp, tilapia and trout

16. Skretting Zambia

Plant: Siavonga. Feed for: Tilapia

17. Skretting Honduras

Plant: San Francisco de Yojoa. Feed for: Shrimp and tilapia

18. Skretting India

Plant: under construction. Feed for: Whiteleg shrimp, sea bass, tilapia

Skretting Turkey Management Team

Ziya Özaydın

General Manager

Özlem Önem

Controller

Gürcan Topcu

Industrial Manager

Pınar Demir Söker

Technical Manager

Bilal Türkyılmaz

Supply Chain Manager

Naci Yıldız

HR Business Partner

Seda Baybaş Turpçu

Quality Assurance Manager

Volkan Menlikli

Business IT Manager

Bedri Madran

Warehouse & Logistics Responsible

Operating Companies and General Managers

Australia

Melissa Abbott

Chile

Ronald Barlow

China

Sam Xie

Ecuador

Carlos Miranda

Egypt

Aymen Rostom

France

Charlie Granfelt

India

Saurabh Shekhar

Indonesia

Wully Wahyuni

Italy

Giovanni Serrini

Japan

Yoshihito Ito

Nigeria

Seyi Adeleke-Ige

North America

Trevor Stanley

Norway

Håvard Walde

Spain

Pedro Ramos

Turkey

Ziya Özaydın

Vietnam

Marc le Poul

Zambia

Jurre Zaal