Finkenwerder is a quarter of the urban center of Hamburg-Mitte (click) in Northern Germany. It’s the location of a private airport and an Airbus commercial airplane plant. The Port of Hamburg covers parts of it and it borders the Elbe river and Hamburg-Altona. Finkenwerder is divided into an industrial area and rural parts with fruit orchards, growing apples and other seasonal fruit. The quarter is not serviced by the rapid transit system of the city, but public transport is provided by Hamburg buses and ferries crossing the Elbe river.
Alright, so I have a question for you. At my facility we have penguins, sea lions, sharks, sea turtles and all the other razzmatazz. Yet even then our earliest shift starts at 7:30 in the morning, and sometimes even later than that (switches to 8:30 sometimes) Now I realise Seaworld is a TON bigger than the place I work at, but is there any specific reason your guys fish prep shifts start so early, or do you just have so much fish you need to get started so early to get it all out in time?