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Billund and Aquapurna team up to construct Europe’s first shrimp RAS

Billund Aquaculture and Aquapurna are starting construction on the inaugural module of what they claim to be Europe’s first shrimp recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) in January 2024. The facility is located at the Sigmundshall industrial site, west of the city of Wunstorf, Germany. The choice of site transforms a former mining area into an innovation hub and is located close to one of Europe's major seafood consumption markets.

ECOshrimp completes and stocks industrial RAS prototype

ECOshrimp, a shrimp industrial farming solution company, has announced the successful completion and stocking of its industrialized model. This state-of-the-art commercial prototype includes a 100m3 tank equipped with innovative filtration and life-supporting units. It marks a step towards advancing sustainable shrimp farming and the upcoming establishment of the first industrial farms in Europe and North America.

Innovasea hires news managing director in Norway

Innovasea has hired Rudi Seim as managing director of its office in Bergen, Norway.  Seim is joining Innovasea from Benchmark Genetics, where he worked as head of production in Norway and global fish health. Innovasea CEO David Kelly said Seim, who has over 15 years of experience in the global aquaculture industry, was an “ideal choice” to lead their business in Norway.

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Ongoing research on post-smolt

Post-smolt growing, where fish are raised on land before being transferred to a sea pen to finish their maturation, has become increasingly popular over the past decade. However, while the technique makes a great deal of sense – that giving the fish more time to grow in a controlled environment would make them more resilient to some of the stressors that they will encounter in the sea – those benefits have not been scientifically proven yet. » Read More


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