THERE'S something fishy going on in Dalgety Bay and it's all down to the success of a manufacturing firm.

Husband-and-wife team Errin and Keith Todd established Todd Fish Tech in 2015 and are now expanding into a further two units at West Way.

The business, which creates innovative shellfish systems to improve the quality of catch, will now be able to focus on further growth and providing job opportunities for school-leavers and experienced professionals alike.

"(Fife Council) economic development, with support from Business Gateway Fife, have made our move to these new spacious and well-managed units a reality," Errin said.

"We can bring in new staff in a range of positions from school-leaver to management level, knowing that we have a suitable working environment for everyone.

"We have our eye firmly on sustainability, with the aim of creating a sustainable shellfish fishery, and these new premises will help us achieve this."

Following the development of their multi-award-winning and patented Lobster Pod holding system, their new space will offer an office, warehouse, and workshop facility.

They have been supported by InvestFife, the collective brand incorporating Fife Council’s economic development services, alongside with Business Gateway Expert Help support.

Ex-teacher Errin, who is committed to providing opportunities for young people, says that following Brexit, space has been a big issue for the business, with European suppliers often requiring much larger minimum orders than before.

"A lack of space was a real barrier to us in so many ways in our future ambitions," she added.

"Lynne Baillie, business advisor from Business Gateway Fife, has been invaluable in what has been a journey of assistance over several years.

"She really understood our business, taking time to identify and deliver the specific help we needed."

You can find Todd Fish Tech at Unit 26 West Way in Hillend and Donibristle Industrial Estate.