NEW CFO FOR BRIM
New CFO for Brim. Inga Jóna Friðgeirsdóttir is the new chief financial officer of Brim and will become a member of the Executive Board of the company. Her task will be to manage finance, accounting, IT and the company´s offices.
Inga Jóna began with the company in 2013, then named HB Grandi, as the director of dry-fish production and later becoming the director of business development. Previously, she has been the managing director of Laugafiskur and the managing director of ÚR, then named Brim.
Inga Jóna holds a B.sc degree in international marketing from Iceland College of Technology where she also completed studies in industrial operations in 1998. She also holds an MBA from University of Iceland and a master diploma in positive psychology from the department of Continuing Education of the same university.
Brim hf. is one of Iceland’s largest seafood companies. The company has a long history and extensive experience and expertise in the utilisation of natural resources and fish production, which is reflected in all its activities. The company focuses on sophisticated fishing and processing technology and continuous production development. The company produces high-quality products from the fresh wild fish caught in Icelandic waters. Respect for the environment and the marine ecosystem is the basis for all activities at Brim, and every effort is made to respect the resource and operate responsible fisheries, for the benefit of future generations. Brim emphasises corporate social responsibility, as it has always been the goal of the company that all its activities reflect its responsibility towards the marine resources and the community.
Brim is engaged in the fishing and processing of groundfish and pelagic fish. The company employs approximately 800 people at sea and on land. The products are sold all over the world, with the largest markets being Europe, Asia and North America.
Brim has integrated operations in fishing, processing and marketing in order to promote efficient production and ensure an unrestricted pathway from catch to markets. It is easy to trace the route of the product from delivery all the way back to the sea. The key to the company’s success lies in its excellent staff, both at sea and on land, who are committed to delivering quality products to buyers and consumers.