Aquaculture Species News

  • 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 ...

  • Shetland welfare course goes global

    AQUACULTURE students from around the world have enrolled on a fish welfare course run from Shetland, thanks to online learning. More than 200 students – from Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal and Canada – have signed up to the course since it was launched, by the NAFC Marine Centre UHI. ...


    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

  • Iceland MPs on Norway fact finder

    AS Iceland gears up to expand its aquaculture sector, a group from the country’s parliament, the Althingi, has just completed a fact finding mission to study how the Norwegians successfully developed their own industry. Eleven members of the parliamentary employment committee had been in Bergen for the North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) last week and, after sitting in at the various ...


    By FISHupdate

  • 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 ...

  • The Ecomondo and Key Energy Showcase Will Tackle the North African Area

    Circular economy and the development of renewable energies are two of the great changes under way in the green economy universe. Both will be featured in key showcases at Ecomondo and Key Energy, two trade shows organised by the Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) at Rimini Expo Centre (Italy) from 6th to 9th November. At the 22nd edition of Ecomondo, the core focus will be on the circular economy, ...

  • Iceland farmer plans closed cage expansion

    ANOTHER Icelandic salmon farming company has unveiled significant expansion plans – this time using closed cages. The latest in a series of recent aquaculture expansion moves has come from AkvaFuture, which wants to set up a facility for up to 6,000 tonnes of salmon in the fjords running alongside Ísafjarðardjúp in the Westfjords region. The company has drawn up an ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Samherji in major processing investment

    SAMHERJI, Iceland’s largest fishing company, has announced it is investing more than 20 million euros, modernising its fish processing facilities at two key sites. It is thought to be the largest such processing operation instigated in Iceland. The company has engaged the high-tech equipment company Valka to carry out the work, which will take place at its sites in Dalvik by 2019, and ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Call for ‘oil tax’ on Norwegian fish farmers

    THE Socialist Left, or SV, party in the Norwegian parliament (Storting) has called on the government to impose an oil industry style tax on the country’s fish farmers. The party has submitted a document which proposes that the industry should pay an unspecified amount per kilogram of salmon, which has been described as a form of production fee  and also dubbed by critics ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Queen’s Award for Scottish Ace

    DUNDEE based company Ace Aquatec has received a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the innovation category, it was announced today. The company’s managing director, Nathan Pyne-Carter (pictured), said the award is specifically for growth and innovation in seal deterrent systems, recognising significant investment in research and development, and benefits to the aquaculture ...


    By FISHupdate

  • New Department of Mat Filtration Technologies

    MAT RAS MAT RAS is an independent department of MAT FILTRATION TECHNOLOGIES dedicated to provide RAS equipment supply and specialized MEP contracting services for the land based fish farming of sea and fresh water aquaculture farms. Read more about MAT RAS company profile. ...

  • Nordzee Marine Aquaculture Skid Intensive Ras

    NOORDZEE PROJECT SCOPE OF WORK Installation of intensive RAS equipment for the Sea Bass and Sea Beam growing tanks. Noordzee is one of the leading aquaculture companies in Turkey that specializes in the production and export of Sea Bream, Sea Bass, and Stone Bass. With 100 % of the fish farms located offshore and an annual production capacity of approximately 8,000 ...

  • Impact of sustainable feeds on omega-3 levels in farmed fish

    As the global population and its demand for seafood increases, more of our fish will come from aquaculture. Farmed Atlantic salmon are a global commodity and, as an oily fish, contain a rich source of the health promoting long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) acids. Replacing the traditional finite marine ingredients, fishmeal and fish oil, in farmed ...


    By Algae Energy, Inc

  • Fish Farm Diseases Preventable With Chemical-Free UV Treatment

    PASTURELLA SKYENSIS Today, BBC News unearthed an account where a company in Scotland lost around 125,000 salmon due to an outbreak of the bacterium Pasturella Skyensis. With high concentrations of salmon living in each cage at farms and hatcheries, diseases and bacteria, ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • FAO issues alert over lethal virus affecting popular tilapia fish

    A highly contagious disease is spreading among farmed and wild tilapia, one of the world's most important fish for human consumption. The outbreak should be treated with concern and countries importing tilapias should take appropriate risk-management measures - intensifying diagnostics testing, enforcing health certificates, deploying quarantine measures and developing contingency plans - ...

  • Advancing aquaculture health through heightened protection

    Within aquaculture it has been proven time and again that a proactive attitude towards shrimp health is far more effective than responsive cures. As such, more and more producers are now focusing on preventative solutions that support the primary defences of their stocks and which can be applied as part of a holistic approach, alongside other best-practice management measures, in order to ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Unlocking Zambia’s potential through local investment

    The first dedicated fish feed plant in Zambia has been constructed by Skretting Africa to assist the country’s fast-growing aquaculture industry reach its full potential. The investment is part of Skretting’s 75/25 joint-venture with African Century Foods (ACF) for the production, sale and distribution of tilapia feed that was announced last year. Within the African continent, there ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Shaping today’s farmers though smarter additions: Aquaculture - the new addition to mixed farming

    Aquaculture production accounts for 30, 000 mt (19%) of fish supply in Zambia, capture fisheries supplies 75,000 mt (47%) and 55,000 mt (34%) from imports (as at 2015).  Zambia’s fisheries produce approximately 70,000 metric tons of fish per year, amounting to over 3% of Zambia’s GDP.  Over 85% of this production comes from captured fisheries and over 10% from ...

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