AKVA group is present at stand 338 in hall D and with its own exhibition feed barge quayside at Skansen. We are looking forward to showing you this year’s news.
In the beginning of May, AKVA group’s department at Jæren moved in to new premises at Kverneland Business Park. AKVA group Bryne has now become AKVA group Klepp.
AKVA group Land Based is opening a new RAS office in Trondheim to assume an even stronger position in the Norwegian market.
Atlantis Subsea Farming has for the first time deployed fish in its submersible pen. Now the project is excitedly following the life of the fish in the deep.
The two companies plans an offensive market approach with their new chemical-free delousing system and firmly believes improved fish welfare and high efficiency will be the key to gain market shares.
Over twenty women in the 10th region of Chile are working in the welding area of the Norwegian supplier to the aquaculture industry. They have been trained for the production line, thanks to a program of feminine inclusion that has been successfully in place for a year, and that is promoting sustainable development.
AKVA group and Observe technologies have partnered to bring a new, intelligent feeding assistant with pellet recognition to the market.
The new CTO will play a key role driving innovation and sustainable development for the aquaculture industry. He will join the Group on March 11th.