The partnership will also guarantee that all shrimp are produced from unablated broodstock and is ASC certified.
A technical committee has recently recommended that the country should go for commercial farming
New SFP research finds shrimp farming a driver of mangrove loss that can protect and restore this critical ecosystem.
The Association of Shrimp Larvae Producers estimates that approximately half of the hatcheries operating in the country are illegal.
The initial partnership will be focused on farmers and processors in Indonesia and further collaboration will be explored in India and Vietnam.
Gold River Productions assists Unifinca to continue to grow its annual post-larvae business.
The new center will serve the East Indonesian market and production is expected to start in March 2023.
The company has expanded its operations at its existing plant through an additional capacity of 175,000 metric tonnes (MT).
The shrimp sector has calculated that the decision will increase its production costs by 16 cents per pound, seriously affecting its competitiveness.
The company plans to own and operate the shrimp feed mill currently owned by Skyvest subsidiary Empagran located in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Grobest Group will introduce AquaEasy’s smart innovations to their customers, including AI-driven solutions, intelligent feeders (i-feeder™) and ShrimpTalk™.
NaturalShrimp intends to use the proceeds from the proposed transaction to accelerate the commercialization and production ramp-up of the shrimp produced at its RAS facilities.
In a recent interview, we talked with Adam Thomas, CEO of Trans American Aquaculture, about how the shrimp genetics specialist has been developing shrimp lines with unique characteristics at its US-based facility.
The new facility has a production capacity of 100,000 SPF vannamei broodstock per year and will be stocked with the genetics from the company’s Kona Bay operations in Hawaii.
The organizations signed the first national commitment for conversion-free aquaculture to further the conservation of coastal ecosystems.
The USD 6-million aquaculture innovation research station in Guayaquil, Ecuador will be fully dedicated to shrimp production.
The company will supply shrimp post-larvae to Kentucky State University and Texas A&M University for a research program dedicated to nutrition and sustainable food practices in shrimp farming.
Trans American Aquaculture has developed a cold-tolerant line of Pacific white shrimp for both marine-based and RAS systems operating in colder climates and recently signed a deal to deliver shrimp genetics in Algeria.
Singaporean-Vietnamese startup, Forte Biotech, has developed an easy-to-use, on-site diagnostic kit that helps farmers detect infections early, allowing them to take mitigative actions.
If permission is granted, construction would begin immediately with the aim of producing prawns by 2024.
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