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MARINE HARVEST INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES KEY ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES

 WOODBRIDGE, N.J., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Marine Harvest International, Inc. (AMEX: MHI) today announced key organizational changes.
 James A.R. Brown, 40, has been appointed president of Empacadora Nacional (ENACA), Marine Harvest's shrimp farming and processing operation located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. ENACA is the third largest exporter of Ecuadorian white farm-raised shrimp to the United States and Europe. Mr. Brown, who is relinquishing his position as chief financial officer of Marine Harvest, is fluent in Spanish and has extensive experience in shrimp related businesses in Latin America.
 Frank R. Reilly, 36, has been named as Mr. Brown's replacement and has been appointed vice president and chief financial officer of Marine Harvest International. Mr. Reilly was director of acquisitions at Hanson Industries and previously served as Hanson's assistant treasurer. Prior to joining Hanson, he was with Chemical Bank in a vice presidential capacity.
 John A. Mistretta, chairman of Marine Harvest, stated: "I believe, with these appointments, we have assembled a management team capable of meeting the exciting challenges presented by the growing aquaculture industry."
 Marine Harvest is a world leader in aquaculture and is engaged in salmon and shrimp aquaculture operations.
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 /CONTACT: Diana Burton of Marine Harvest International, 908-750-1122/
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