Australia aquaculture technology firm sets foot in China


SeafoodSource staff

Published on
December 17, 2013

The numbers attached to a project led by Glenview company RADAQUA to build a fish harvesting facility in China are astounding.
For a start, there’s AUD 300 million (USD 267 million, EUR 194 million). That’s the value of the deal in total.

Then there’s 30, the number of local jobs tipped to be created as a result.

How about 100 metric tons (MT) per week or 5000 MT per year? That’s how much live fish (grouper and coral trout) will be harvested to feed the Fujian province, which has a population greater than the whole of Australia (37.2 million).

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