Aquaculture Production News

  • Production of California coastal seaweed communities

    The rugged low power D-Opto range of dissolved oxygen instruments have made a tangible difference to the outcomes of a Santa Barbara Coastal Long Term Ecological Research (SBC-LTER) programme. The project’s objective is to determine the relative influence of land- and ocean-based forces on the forests of giant kelp (Macrocystis) off the Santa Barbara coast. ...

  • Feedback from our end users on our vertical axial flow pump

    Thanks for our valued customer and friend Mr.Nanang who shared us these pump photos and videos taken in the working Site. These pumps are our FRP(glass steel )material vertical axial flow pump with large water capacity,designed for river water or salty sea water,widely used for irrigation, fish farming, aquaculture , salt production,etc. When received customer feedback and satisfaction,it is our ...

  • Editor`s Note - Planetary Health Diets and Aquaculture

    For aquaculture, resource constraints mean that production from existing land area must increase, a goal that is difficult without simultaneously increasing greenhouse gas emissions associated with greater energy use. For this, decarbonization of the world’s energy system must be accelerated. In January, a report was issued with the title “Food in The Anthropocene: the EAT-Lancet ...


    By World Aquaculture Society

  • Industry talks to itself about growth

    AQUACULTURE industry representatives from around Scotland are holding a meeting in Edinburgh today to discuss how to accelerate the sector’s growth. But despite industry leaders’ stated aim of improving transparency as a criteria of expansion, the gathering, of nearly 100 delegates, is to take place behind closed doors. The decision not to invite press and public was apparently at the ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Mowi plans to farm in the depths

    NORWEGIAN salmon farmer Mowi plans to lower its fish farms far below the surface of the sea, combining technology from the Norwegian aquaculture, subsea and offshore industries. ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Mowi buys Anglesey lumpfish farm

    THE Welsh lumpfish farmer, Ocean Matters, has been bought by Mowi Scotland, effective from April 15, the company confirmed today. The facility, in Penmon, Anglesey, North Wales, has the capacity to produce two million of the cleaner fish, which it has been supplying to the salmon farming industry in Scotland to control sea lice. ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Bringing aquaculture sustainability down to earth

    More recent efforts to develop indicators of sustainability incorporate broader considerations that include economic and social sustainability in addition to environmental sustainability. Of these, economic and social sustainability considerations have received far less attention in the research literature than has environmental sustainability. In today’s world, there is no debate over ...


    By World Aquaculture Society

  • FishGLOBE chooses Steinsvik

    In August this year, FishGLOBE will be delivering the first of their closed farming systems to a customer in Norway. The V5 globe, certified to produce 250 tons of post smolt, will be equipped with feeding system, data acquisition- and remote operations capabilities from Steinsvik. ...


    By Steinsvik AS

  • Ace sees stunning market in US

    DUNDEE firm Ace Aquatec is exhibiting at the Boston seafood show for the first time to tap into potential new market opportunities in the US and Canada. Mike Forbes, head of sales and marketing, who is heading to the expo this weekend, said there had been growing interest in North America for its award winning electric stunner in particular. ‘We’ve seen that expanding so much ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Egemar Marine Aquaculture Ras Skid Systems

    EGEMAR MARINE AQUACULTURE PROJECT SCOPE OF WORK The project scope of the Egemar Marine Aquaculture Facility is the development of a completely new fish hatchery with multi-stage RAS equipment. Egemar’s target is to produce saltwater fish production for both domestic and international markets. Currently their hatchery produces Sea Bream, Sea Bass, Meager and ...

  • Fish Feed Plants

    In addition to the process and plant design for the complete line, Kahl provided support regarding the basic formulas and the raw materials to be used as well as intensive training of the operating personnel. The fish feed factory is equipped with the latest KAHL process technology, the core of which is ...


    By Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co. KG

  • Gael Force Group announces new company names, logos and jobs for Fusion and Corpach

    Oban-based Fusion Marine becomes Gael Force Fusion and Corpach Boatbuilding Company is renamed to Gael Force Boatbuilding, positioning both businesses under the Gael Force brand. ...


    By Fusion Marine Limited

  • Aquaculture and the Global Food Challenge

    Aquaculture represents 40% of the global fish supply and continues to be the fastest-growing animal food-producing sector. With limited availability of land and water, however, the only way to increase production in aquaculture is intensification: producing more fish per unit of area and water. ...


    By BioFishency

  • Future Fish Eurasia 2018

    MAT Filtration Technologies welcomes you to the FUTURE FISH EURASIA 2018. The Future Fish expo takes place between the 18th and 20th of October 2018 in the city of Izmir, Turkey. The event is the 9th International Fair for Fish Imports/Exports and it is the only fair for fish processing, aquaculture and fisheries in Turkey. Over 200 local and international companies will present their latest ...

  • Seachill drives up meat group’s sales and profits

    SEACHILL has helped to drive up the sales and profits of its new owner Hilton Foods, the half year results for 2018 have confirmed. The meat group Hilton, which has a global reach, paid £80-million for the Grimsby based seafood processor and owner of the successful Saucy Fish brand, in November last year. It has just published its interim accounts for the first 28 weeks of 2018 (to July ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Go-ahead at last for Grieg Newfoundland project

    GRIEG has finally received clearance to proceed  with its planned  $250-million aquaculture project in the  Placentia Bay area of Newfoundland. As part of the project, Grieg NL Nurseries, part of the Norwegian owned Grieg group, wants to farm salmon off the coast  near the town of Marysport. It had received approval, but following objections from anti-aquaculture groups  ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Gael Force in recruitment drive

    INVERNESS based fish farm equipment supplier Gael Force Group is investing in a recruitment drive at Oban firm Fusion Marine. It is boosting the workforce with up to 12 appointments as it gears up for a large programme of work and sustained period of growth. The jobs span a range of highly skilled roles including technical sales, fabrication, product development and administration. The ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Work to start on Tasmania feed plant

    FEED company BioMar’s proposed new facility in Tasmania has won the final seal of approval from the local authority and the 14-month construction phase can begin. The company announced plans last December to develop the AUS $56 million aquaculture feed production plant in response to the growth of the sector in Australia. The factory at Wesley Vale, near Devonport, will produce around ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Continuing Education Workshops at Aquaculture 2019

    Commercial Aquaponics Workshop ...


    By World Aquaculture Society

  • Offshore pen ‘will unlock growth potential’

    INVERNESS based Gael Force Group is developing a larger, integrated offshore pen to support a move towards higher energy sites. The company, which acquired a majority stake in Scottish pen manufacturer Fusion Marine last month, announced earlier this year that it is investing £1 million to increase capacity and develop new products and services for aquaculture producers. Work is already ...


    By FISHupdate

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you