Kingfish Maine operations manager, Megan Sorby, is initiating a new land-based RAS project to grow red drum.
SFP will initiate two new projects within its aquaculture programs, one to support more sustainable aquafeed and the other to improve farmed shrimp in Andhra Pradesh.
Shrimp farmers on approximately 42,000 hectares in Ecuador will have access to energy in the provinces of Esmeraldas, Manabí, Guayas, El Oro and Santa Elena.
It is the first sturgeon breeding farm with a focus on caviar production to receive BAP certification.
The company plans another harvest of Dutch yellowtail from Maine.
The plan follows a report revealing that a third have never been visited by the supervisory authorities.
SalMar will utilize the waste heat from Nippon Gases' production process to heat its farm.
The unit will help ensure the security of the egg supply and improve fish survival.
Swiss Blue Salmon (SBS) has selected VAQ as the RAS designer for its salmon grow-out farm.
Seabass and seabream are the most commonly farmed species in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite being a consolidated industry, there is still room for improvement.
The new contract aims to provide 320,000 smolts to a ”major” aquaculture player.
The company will invest USD 360 million in Santa Priscila to increase productivity and efficiency.
The company has received the approval to increase the annual production capacity of its hatchery in Cervo, Spain to six million turbot juveniles and 10 million sole juveniles.
Five multiplication hatcheries have already been selected to reach 25,000 ha under freshwater prawn farming by 2026.
The hatchery plans to produce up to 30 million high-quality fingerlings of seabream, seabass and meagre.
Researchers at the University of Exeter are helping the Bangladesh shrimp industry become more sustainable through a new set of digital training tools for hatcheries.
Actions to increase the productivity of Scotland’s aquaculture sector and help reduce its impact on the environment have been set out in a new strategy.
Spanish researchers from the IEO bred Atlantic bluefin tuna in a land-based facility for the first time.
The new structure protects against multiple weather risks not covered by traditional insurance, enabling shrimp farm development in Sri Lanka.
NTT Corporation, formally launched NTT Green & Food Corporation, a company using artificial intelligence, IoT and other information communications technologies to develop more efficient and sustainable aquaculture systems.