We gather that there are a number of Colonsay applicants for the twelve positions on offer, and that at least one person has been for induction training – which was apparently stimulating and encouraging.  The company has applied for permanent moorings  and for permission to build a suitable shore-based facility.  Things are looking good – this is a world-leading company with excellent credentials and a commitment to the very highest of operational standards.  It is not the Colonsay way to show too much enthusiasm for new projects or facilities but, in a quiet way, enthusiasm is mounting and Marine Harvest will find that this is a great place to do business.

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