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Peter Pan Seafood Welcomes Larsen to Domestic and International Sales Team

Apr 1, 2021 | Fisheries, Right Moves

Right Moves - Kevin Larsen
In April, Kevin Larsen will join Peter Pan Seafood Company on the domestic and international sales team as Vice President of international sales and business development. Larsen is a proven seafood sales leader with a diverse background in seafood sourcing and sales.
 
Larsen comes from a seafood family. His dad was a fisherman in Southeast Alaska, and following in his footsteps, Larsen fished Southeast Alaska for eight seasons before joining the sales side of the industry. Throughout his career he has worked up and down the West Coast, most recently at Bornstein Seafoods.
  
In addition to extensive experience in domestic US sourcing and sales, Larsen brings extensive international sales and experience, particularly in Europe, from his experience at Icicle Seafoods.
 
Larsen also brings experience in fish trading, which will complement and help expand Peter Pan Seafood’s trading business.
 
Peter Pan came under new ownership in January 2021, bringing the company back under US and Alaska ownership and becoming a vertically integrated seafood company with a focus on value-added sales channels combined with the legacy of a storied seafood processor in Alaska.
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