- Do you feel the expectations?
- I am just focused on the upcoming tasks. I know what it means to be challenged with unforeseen events. Andfjord has a good plan at the bottom. When facing challenges, we must be creative and solution-oriented, says an offensive Rasmussen.
He has previously managed Norway Seafood's plant in Melbu and was most recently head of Primex in Norway.
- What do you think is most attractive about Andfjord?
- We find the very special thing about Andfjord in our slogan: The best of two worlds. It describes the project well. We have, on one hand, the geographical location. Andfjorden is the place in Norway that is closest to the gulf stream with its optimal water. On the other hand we have the technology that distributes the water from the depth of the sea and through the pool. It is completely unique, he summarizes.
- These two factors are a very good recipe of how to produce in for the future. I am very committed to creating a future for new generations. But I'm also very concerned about the salmon welfare, says Martin
- How do you feel that the circumstances are looking at the project?
- I have the impression that people have become familiar with the concept. From being a bit critical in the beginning, I feel there is tremendous enthusiasm and faith in the project. This has to do with the challenges that have been in the industry for decades, where a future solution has now been found.
- You can divide it into two different groups. Those who see the great potential with an industrial perspective. And those who see it from a consumer perspective, where you get a healthy and lice free salmon, that want escape.