Scotland's largest abattoir reopens doors after blaze
Work stopped at the £10m site in Brechin three months ago after a devastating fire.
Scotland's largest pig processing abattoir in Angus has reopened following a devastating fire three months ago.
Work stopped at the £10m site in Brechin, which had more than 60 employees, in the aftermath of the blaze.
The closure meant farmers across the country had to transport their livestock to England for slaughter.
While production will be increased over the coming days, work continues to repair office and staff facilities.
Roderic Buce from Quality Pork Ltd said: "We just couldn't have foreseen such a devastating blow to the industry, just when we were starting to build up numbers and see the renaissance of the Scottish pig industry.
"It's great to see it up and running again today."