Mowi today reported harvest figures for the first quarter of 2022 down year on year, at 10,500 tonnes against 18,500 tonnes in Q1 of 2021. Even so, the group’s operating profit has almost doubled.

The harvest figures include an 8,000 tonne drop for Mowi Scotland in Q1, to 10,500 tonnes.

Mowi said its operating EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) was more or less on track at €204m (€167m), against €109m (£90.1m) 12 months ago.

The operating EBIT for the Consumer Products division was €21m (17.5m) and the feed division ended with a loss of €4m (£3.3m).

The group’s net interest-bearing debt was estimated at €1,180m (£983.3m) at the end of the quarter.

The slaughter tonnage was distributed as follows:

  • Norway: 59,500 tonnes
  • Scotland: 10,500 tonnes
  • Chile: 16,000 tonnes
  • Canada: 9,000 tonnes
  • Ireland: 1,000 tonnes
  • Faroe Islands: 1,000 tonnes

Total operational EBIT per kg throughout the value chain was approximately as follows:

  • Norway: €2.55 (£2.12)
  • Scotland: €1.00 (£0.83)
  • Chile: €1.25 (£1.04)
  • Canada: €2.55 (£2.12)
  • Ireland: €3.70 (£3.08)
  • Faroe Islands: €1.50 (£1.25)

A full breakdown will be given when the company announces its first quarter financial results next month.

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