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New Commercial Manager for Associated Seafoods

04 September 2014

Associated Seafoods Ltd (ASL) has appointed Beth Clark as Commercial Manager in a move to further boost business growth.

Beth, who has over 20 years’ experience in the seafood industry, will focus on growing ASL’s UK retail sales for value-added shellfish and Scottish smoked salmon. In previous roles, Beth has worked within the multiple retail sector and also in seafood account management.

Victor West, managing director of ASL, said: “We are delighted to welcome Beth to our team as she brings a wealth of experience that will enable us to further develop the UK retail market. Following the successful completion of our multi-million pound investment programme at our processing facility in Buckie, we are now well placed to take forward new business opportunities for the company.”

Beth said: “I’m joining Associated Seafoods at an exciting time for the company and am looking forward immensely to my role. I believe there are significant opportunities in the UK retail sector to grow the market for Scottish shellfish and smoked salmon.”

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