|Scottish Salmon Company Makes Long-Term Service Award|
23rd January 2012
The Scottish Salmon Company has thanked employee Alasdair MacDonald for a decade of loyal service. When he joined aged 24, he was an assistant at Russel Burn. He has worked his way up to the position of site manager for Russel Burn and Tullich hatcheries.
Alasdair, 34, of Shieldaig, said:
“Living in the West Coast, fish farming is one of our major industries and I am happy with the career progression I have made so far and hope to continue doing well.
“I have really enjoyed fish farming as a career and in my job I get a great mix of indoors, outdoors and travelling.”
A native West-coaster, Alasdair has spent the vast majority of his working life in the fish farming industry bar a few years living and working in Dundee as a DJ and nightclub manager.
Alasdair’s manager Henry Dalgety said:
“We are delighted we can keep talented workers such as Alasdair in the company as their expertise proves invaluable to our operations. We would like to thank him for his dedicated service and hope we will be celebrating again in another decade.”
Alasdair was presented with a cheque from his employer to mark the anniversary.