NSF International announced the sale of its laboratory in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to Jeff Brammer, who until recently served as NSF International‘s Seafood Services Business Unit Manager in North America. Brammer will continue to manage the location under the name Makushin Bay Resources. All systems, scientific equipment and the State of Alaska registration will remain with the lab.
Makushin Bay Resources will continue to perform analytical services including customized evaluations to specifications and methodologies and chemical and microbiological testing.
“We recognize this purchase is a significant milestone and growth opportunity for our staff and the Dutch Harbor community,” said Brammer. “Moving forward as Makushin Bay Resources with our dedicated expert staff, we will continue to grow our operations by focusing on the individual needs of each client. This will allow us to expand and align services with the current business environment. Over the past few years I have had the privilege of getting to know many people and businesses in the Unalaska/Dutch Harbor region and I’ve witnessed the vibrant community spirit. We are committed to this region and plan to be an integral part for the long term.”
Brammer has more than 30 years of experience in the seafood industry. In his role as Business Unit Manager at NSF International, he managed seafood operations within North America. Prior to joining NSF International, he was the owner of North Country Seafood, trading seafood commodities throughout the United States.
For more information, visit Makushin Bay Resources.
NSF International will continue to provide seafood services from offices and labs in Everett, WA; Elizabeth, N.J.; Santiago, Chile; San Miguel, Peru; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Shanghai, China; Busan, South Korea; Delhi, India; Bangkok, Thailand and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
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