The Center for Aquaculture Technologies appointed Panos Kokkinias as breeding scientist to continue to deliver genetic improvement strategies and products to the aquaculture industry.
Keith Drynan will be responsible for all commercial activities of AquaGen in Scotland as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the facility.
Benedikt Hálfdanarson is the new general manager and Jonas Jonasson is stepping down as CEO.
Benchmark Genetics Iceland is core to the company's salmon eggs business, representing 50% of the group's salmon egg capacity.
Jan-Emil Johannessen, head of Benchmark Genetics, retires and will be succeeded by Geir Olav Melingen.
The EUR 18.5-million facility with a capacity of 50,000 metric tonnes per year will cater to domestic and export markets.
Signify is providing Svaberget Smolt fish farm in Norway with aquaculture grow lights to control the growth and life cycle of land-based farming salmon.
Redox will be the exclusive dealer and distributor of Benchmark International's VPSA Oxygen Concentrators in Norway.
Hyperthermics' technology utilizes sludge from land-based or closed aquaculture facilities to become valuable products, such as biogas and proteins.
The company has partnered with Graintec to supply a feeding solution for the grow-out section.
Cargill, Skretting, and BioMar have committed to cease sourcing from the fishery if the coastal states fail to put sustainability first.
The collaboration aims to advance BioMar’s responsible sourcing program by leveraging Benson Hill soy and further assessing its sustainability impact on high-performance aquafeed formulations.
The company will offer customers systems that include self-produced green energy that will collectively reduce diesel consumption, operating costs and environmental footprint.
The company started the construction of this modern feed mill in 2021 that will manufacture feeds for fish, poultry and cattle.
Funding will be used to develop a precise and autonomous operating system to unlock the future of land-based aquaculture.
The company will acquire Skala Maskon to expand its value chain to be a total supplier for the farming industry.
Kaltroco completed the purchase of shares from SINTEF Venture IV and other shareholders, and together with an equity issuance, will help the company expand in global markets.
The company and the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences have partnered to develop R&D projects.
The selling aims to facilitate the further development of Vard Aqua in a professional environment that focuses on sustainable solutions for the aquaculture industry.
Gold River Productions assists Unifinca to continue to grow its annual post-larvae business.