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Gim Chong HO

Nutriad, a manufacturer of European feed additives, has decided to further hone and enrich its team of aquaculture specialists in Southeast Asia by appointing Ho Gim Chong as Commercial/Technical Manager of Aquaculture for the region.

The appointment speaks to Nutriad’s overall strategy of broadening its reach in key aquaculture markets around the world.

“Regional aquaculture specialists are an integral part of our strategy to expand our footprint in the key aquaculture markets globally and...

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Brazil tilapia

Tilabras, a partnership between Regal Springs in Miramar, Fla., USA, and Axial, a holding company of Mar & Terra in Brazil, plan to invest USD 51 million (EUR 55.5 million) in a new tilapia production facility in Brazil.

The companies recently purchased land equivalent to one third of Ibirapuera Par in Selvíria, on the river shore, where they will build a processing plant, according to Brazil’s Secretary of Planning and Planning Aquaculture, Felipe Matias.

“We are absolutely sure that...

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Researchers from the University of Highlands and Islands were cut a big check for EUR 1 million (USD 1.13 million) by two of the U.K.’s leading research councils as a means to fund ongoing projects that address the key challenges facing the aquaculture sector.

The funding comes courtesy of the Sustainable Aquaculture Initiative and is part of “a national program that aims to build capacity across the aquaculture research sector, with multidisciplinary projects spanning bioscience and...

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A Chinese aquaculture company is making a multimillion-dollar investment in the building of a new biotech complex in Russia’s Primorye region, Russian state media is reporting.

Wen Lian Aquaculture Co., which has been operating in Russia since 2011, is now investing RUB 15 billion (USD 278.8 million, EUR 245.6 million) in a complex in the region, state-owned Sputniknews reported.

The publication reported Wen Lian is interested in growing sea cucumber and scallop spawn at the new plant. The...

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ASC and D-Fish sign

In the name of responsible aquaculture for Vietnam, the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and the Vietnamese Directorate of Fisheries (D-Fish) have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), vowing to work together when implementing a step-wise approach from VietGAP to ASC certification.

The MoU signing furthers the push for a sustainable aquaculture sector in Vietnam, adding to the significant steps toward sustainability that the government made last year when it set a decree that...

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