Pacific Seafood CEO: ‘We’re going to make sure we keep this team together’ – “We now have all of our fishermen rescheduled. We have them all moving and they’re all fishing.”

22500219_BG2WARRENTON, Ore. — Workers at the Warrenton seafood plant that burned down this week will be back on the job by June 15. NNCN.com  With a 48-hour goal, it only took 26 hours after the fire was under control for the Warrenton facility to re-establish its office, ice facility, and fuel dock to accommodate the vessels that will still be delivering in Warrenton. “We don’t want to go anywhere, we don’t plan on going anywhere. We’ve got a solid work force, a great community that really supports us, and now we’ve got to say, ‘Ok, what’s the next triage point,” Dulcich said. The next point to tackle, he added, is ensuring the fishermen continue to work and can continue to deliver. The Daily Astorian

 

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