Ma­rine Har­vest man marks 30 years

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MA­RINE Har­vest Scot­land’s pens and moor­ings man­ager, Arthur Camp­bell, re­ceived his 30-year long ser­vice award at the com­pany’s Fort William of­fice last month.

He was pre­sented with the award by sea­wa­ter man­ager David MacGil­livray, who gave a pre­sen­ta­tion de­tail­ing his col­league’s many roles in the group.

Camp­bell started as a tem­po­rary en­gi­neer­ing as­sis­tant at Lochailort on Oc­to­ber 12, 1988, and was made a per­ma­nent con­struc­tion as­sis­tant on Jan­uary 1, 1989.

A re­struc­tur­ing of the en­gi­neer­ing de­part­ment saw him move to the po­si­tion of farms as­sis­tant in 1992, be­fore be­ing ap­pointed se­nior farm as­sis­tant in Sep­tem­ber 1995.

He took on ex­tra re­spon­si­bil­i­ties as cages and moor­ings su­per­vi­sor on a tem­po­rary ba­sis and was ap­pointed to his cur­rent role at the be­gin­ning of 1999.

One of Camp­bell’s most re­cent achieve­ments was over­see­ing, along with MacGil­livray, the in­tro­duc­tion and rolling out of ‘en­vi­ronets’ at sev­eral of Ma­rine Har­vest’s farms.

With all his many po­si­tions in the com­pany, one thing has been con­sis­tent: his cam­era.

Be­fore find­ing a ca­reer in salmon farm­ing, Camp­bell worked as a pho­tog­ra­pher in Glas­gow and has been tak­ing pho­to­graphs for the com­pany for the past three decades.

Above: Arthur Camp­bell (right) and David MacGil­livray

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