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Garage Sales Port Lincoln – The future of the Port Lincoln Tuna Processor and its approximately 136 employees appears uncertain due to the lack of long-term contracts for high-end production.

The company issued a statement saying it is in consultation with workers regarding changes to the structure at the Port Lincoln food processing plant beginning in June.

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The company then received news that a major client would not renew its production contract due to a lack of new opportunities or support for the project.

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Mario Vlasic, CEO of Port Lincoln Tuna Processors, said the company has been a respected member of the Port Lincoln business since 1973.

“We have worked very hard to continue our operations during the difficult business conditions in regional South Australia and the upheaval of COVID-19,” he said.

“I would like to sincerely thank all PLTP employees and suppliers for their support and loyalty.”

The business opened in 1973 to provide equipment for local fishermen to process, freeze and ship bluefin tuna, but has not processed the tuna since the John West Deposit Agreement moved offshore in 2010.

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Jack Ritchie, president of the Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, said there were concerns for the company and employees and that the impact on Port Lincoln would be reduced or closed.

He said the chamber would do everything it could to coordinate staffing services to reduce the impact, and that there were more positions in Port Lincoln.

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“We have a lot of jobs so if there is any downsizing or closing, there is work in Port Lincoln,” he said.

Mr Ritchie said Port Lincoln tuna processing had the potential to innovate and remain one of the largest employers in Port Lincoln while other food processing lines were added.

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Executive director Dion Dorward said the organization would like to work with owners to look at long-term options, such as going back to processing seafood, but that the most important thing was to provide support to workers.

“Losing 136 jobs at any one time is a real concern and (Port Lincoln) tuna processors have been a huge asset to the sector in terms of jobs and the economy,” he said.

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