The developers of a new western Iowa company are seeking investors for a salmon growing operation.
Jackson Kimle, vice president for business development of the Inland Sea company, says they are bringing a Danish system to Harlan .
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Kimle’s father Kevin is the company C-E-O and a professor at Iowa State University.
He says they chose Harlan for several reasons — including its location and availability of power.
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He says there’s a lot of frozen shipping that goes through nearby Omaha and then to Chicago, making it a good option for getting the product out.
The plant would require less than two dozen workers.
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Construction is anticipated to begin this year with first harvest planned for 2018.
The company is seeking approximately 12 million dollars in capital from accredited investors.
Inland Sea will host a meeting for interested investors in Sioux City at 1:30pm on September 8th at the Stoney Creek Inn.
Radio Iowa contributed to this story