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SAMOA TUNA PROCESSORS

Samoa Tuna Processors plant
UNDERCURRENT NEWS — Italy’s Bolton Group International is set to take full control of US-based processor and trader Tri Marine, formally creating an integrated tuna business with turnover of over $2.5 billion, multiple sources in the sector told Undercurrent News. A deal between Bolton and Tri...
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Agreeing to StarKist Inc. for a long-term lease agreement of the Samoa Tuna Processors Inc., facility was the best thing in both generating and preserving employment as well as making the local tuna industry stronger, says Tri Marine International chief operation officer...
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Lolo Administration is hopeful that StarKist Inc., sub-lease of Samoa Tuna Processors (STP) Inc. facility will boost local employment, a statement echoed by some in the private sector, looking for more economic growth, through job creation, for the territory....
Atu'u, AMERICAN SAMOA — US based StarKist Inc. has finalized an agreement for a 10 year lease of the Samoa Tuna Processors (STP) Inc. facility, which is owned by Washington State-based Tri Marine International. The STP plant is located in the shoreline village of Atu’u in American Samoa. STP’s...
This undated photo provided by United Fishing Agency Ltd., shows Tagaiivasa Tipa, recruited from American Samoa, and now working at the Honolulu fishing unloading and receiving operation of United Fishing Agency. Tipa is one of two former Samoa Tuna Processors cannery workers hired by United Fishing, on a one-year contract. [photo: United Fishing Agency]
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Two former workers of the closed Samoa Tuna Processors Inc. cannery are now working for United Fishing Agency Ltd. which last year looked at American Samoa’s labor force, especially cannery workers, to recruit for its Honolulu-based operation. STP, owned by US based Tri...