Marine Harvest man marks 30 years
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