THE Scottish Salmon Company has announced record revenues of £111.8m, driven by higher harvest volume.

The Edinburgh-registered firm said export sales reached 67 per cent, up from 59% year on year “driven by successful execution of export strategy”, in an update of figures for the six months ended June 30, 2019.

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It is also on track to achieve its full-year volume guidance of 33,000 tonnes.

Craig Anderson, chief executive, said:“The business has delivered strong results in the first half of the year and we remain committed to responsible business growth through our well-defined strategy.”