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  • Gael Force Group revs up for global launch of innovative new product at Aqua Nor

    20/06/2019 - Only two months from today Aqua Nor, the world’s largest aquaculture equipment and technology exhibition, will be opening its doors and Gael Force Group can’t wait to be part of the greatest show. The Group’s 84 square metre exhibition space will be featured inside Hall D on Stand D-355 – here the stage will be set for an exciting global launch of a newly developed and highly innovative product to the market, alongside current products and services.
  • Gael Force Fusion takes over the site of former Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary near Oban

    14/05/2019 - Gael Force Fusion, part of the Gael Force Group, has been successful in its bid to acquire the former premises of the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary at Barcaldine. Land and estate agents Galbraith, who managed the sale on behalf of the seller, says, “this was an extremely sought after site resulting in us setting a closing date and we are delighted with the outcome for our client and that a local business has benefitted. Clearly, there is a need for premises like these in this area”.
  • Jobs boost as Gael Force secures order to supply equipment for new Orkney salmon farm

    14/03/2019 - Scottish Sea Farms have today announced a £3m windfall for Scottish businesses, including aquaculture equipment supply from Gael Force Group for a new fish farm off the coast of Orkney.
  • Gael Force Group announces new company names, logos and jobs for Fusion and Corpach

    25/01/19 - Trusted supplier of aquaculture equipment, technology and services Gael Force Group has announced new company names, logos and jobs for its fish farm pen and boatbuilding businesses.
  • Iolaire Commemorative Sculpture Unveiled

    03/01/19 - HRH Prince Charles, unveiled the new Iolaire sculpture to commemorate the centenary of the disaster at a special service on the morning of the 1st January. Commissioned by An Lanntair, the sculpture was created by artists, Will Maclean, Marian Leven and Arthur Watson. Gael Force Group is honoured to have been in a position to support the creation of the sculpture which will serve to commemorate the fateful day on 1919 for many years to come.