Sanford is a New Zealand seafood company with a history dating back to the 19th century. If you’d like to buy Sanford shares (SAN) on New Zealand’s Exchange, keep reading for step-by-step instructions on how to go about it.
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Albert Sanford first started fishing for snapper in the Auckland area in the 1860s, and soon began selling kauri-smoked snapper to customers. He set up a fish market on the corner of Albert Street and Customs Street in 1894, and began to expand his seafood business outside of Auckland in the same decade.
Sanford Ltd was incorporated in 1904 and today the company holds almost 20% of New Zealand’s quota. It boasts 37 vessels and 225 aquaculture farms, and employs almost 1,400 people.
As well as serving New Zealand customers, Sanford ships its seafood to every continent around the world.
In its 2021 interim report, issued in May 2021, Sanford announced the following financial results:
|Name||Sanford Limited||Industry||Seafood Products|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||08 Dec 1924|
|End of financial year||September||Chief executive officer||Peter Reidie|
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