The Huon Story – Edition 9

In this edition of The Huon Story, we celebrate the hard work of our employees, highlight the history of some of our lesser-known sites like Port Huon wharf and Lonnavale Hatchery, and demonstrate our commitment to correcting misinformation about our operations.

We also dive into some great projects and good news stories that are happening around the business including:

  • IVF for salmon
    In what some have likened to IVF for fish, we’re delving into the world of using cryopreservation to store salmon sperm (milt) for future use.
  • Behind the Glass
    Huon’s Head of Retail explores Huon’s new product lines behind deli glass in major retailers.
  • Omega Treats
    Utilising by-products from Huon’s hatcheries and Tasmanian processing facility, Huon’s pet treats continue to go from strength-to-strength.
  • Efficiencies in Processing
    Six months on from appointing a General Manager of Processing, and efficiencies are already being seen across Parramatta Creek.

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More from the newsroom

Uncategorized / Published

Letter to Editor

In support of everyone who works directly (2,300 people) in the Tassie salmon industry and the estimated 10,000 other jobs supported by this highly innovative, caring and professional industry, here’s a letter our co-founder, Frances Bender, sent to The Mercury…

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Fish loss investigations
Increasing Transparency Uncategorized / Published

Fish loss investigations

Following extensive internal investigations including multiple discussions with on-water crew, analysis of vessel movements and assessment of works plans, the recent net tear at one of our pens in Storm Bay was most likely caused during net cleaning operations. The…

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Footage from below our leases
Increasing Transparency / Published

Footage from below our leases

At Huon, we believe in transparency which is why are proactively providing video footage from beneath our salmon pens. The footage below was captured by remotely operated vehicle (ROV) across four lease sites in Storm Bay and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel…

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