The company has implemented robust initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, promote fair labor practices and foster ethical business conduct.
Aquarech streamlines the production behind fish farming with a mobile app platform that allows manufacturers, farmers, and buyers to trade, buy, and sell quality fish feed.
BIO-UV Group was selected to supply its innovative ozone generator to Cermaq’s new salmon farm in Chile.
Meritxell Diez-Padrisa was appointed as senior fish health advisor.
The funding will see the company complete field trials in aquaculture, with the aim of going to market in 2024.
The collaboration aims to apply CRISPR-Cas3 technology to promote genome editing in major commercial fish species and drive technological advancements within the industry.
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies will integrate Prelude’s state-of-the-art software solutions into its service offerings.
The company increased 5% in volumes year-on-year in Q3 2023 in a challenging year with volatile raw material prices.
The introduction of the resource tax has a negative impact on the activity level and the market outlook is challenging and uncertain, the company said.
The companies have joined forces to enhance the nutritional value of I&V Bio Group's Artemia by applying Skretting's ORI-N3.
The endorsement process assesses if the system meets to meet strict aquaculture biosecurity standards through theoretical and practical assessments.
The company signed a long-term partnership to commercialize a camelina crop containing enriched levels of EPA and DHA equal to fish oil.
Luis Felipe Diaz Cortez was appointed as senior sales & service manager (Chile) and Fabian Gonzalez Duarte as field service technician.
Hima Seafood, currently building the world’s largest land-based trout facility, partnered with Sterner to deliver a sludge treatment solution.
Innovasea will take BIO-UV Group’s products to the aquaculture market and adapt its products to meet the standards for sale in the North American market.
The company is committed to helping hatcheries develop HAACP plans to overcome Transparent Postlarvae Disease by providing probiotic and feed solutions that support higher survival.
Both organizations aim to refine the selection of genetic lines for shrimp that grow quickly and thrive in commercial settings.
The company will celebrate this anniversary by hosting small-scale events throughout the year and across the globe.
The company provides innovative technology that integrates water sensors, continuous real-time monitors and alerts.
The PPL will be stocked in Q4 2023 from the company’s Hawaii facility and the first broodstock sales will take place in Q2 2024.