The Huon Story – Edition Ten

In this edition of The Huon Story, we reflect on legacy; the legacy of 35 years of passionate hard-work from two of the Tasmanian salmon industry’s co-founders; Peter and Frances Bender.

The legacy of their work is reflected, in a small way, in this edition; that of the importance and benefit of constantly striving to improve.
 
This edition includes stories on new employees who actively sought to work for Huon – reflective of the legacy created by the Benders; our professional teams go that extra step to create award winning products because they’ve seen the tenacity and encouragement from the Benders; stories about clever people pushing themselves even harder only happens because they know nothing is ever gained by sitting still.
 
The Bender legacy will remain; every day, across Huon Aquaculture, people will continue to work hard, do clever things, maintain fish in the best health, care for the marine environment – just as they have done for the past 35 years, because the legacy left by Peter and Frances Bender is real and honest and one we can and should all aspire to.
 
Happy reading.

 

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