Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Aquaculture UK heats up in Aviemore

Aquaculture UK 2012 got off to an exciting start in this northern Scottish town of Aviemore this morning in brilliant sunshine under the snow-capped Cairngorm mountains. Temperatures are expected to reach 25 degrees today and already this morning the Osprey Arena exhibitors are feeling the heat. With a substantial number of exhibitors in the Marque, Aquaculture UK 2012 is already proving a success.

Organisers have some 500 visitor packs ready and expect day two to be more crowded if this exceptional weather continues. Already by midday today the organiser say approximately 300 visitors had collected their registration badges. And this year's event has attracted over 400 exhibitors.

"Aquaculture UK exhibitors are particularly interested in our magazine when it comes to feeding equipment," says Darren Parris, IAF's international marketing manager who visits the event for the first time.

"Most of the exhibitors with feeding equipment are talking about new developments. For example Arvotec's new precise pipe fish feed system and the importance of recirculation and its impact on feed and on water quality are features too."
The Aquaculturists will report on the conference running alongside the exhibition later.

This blog is written by staff at International Aquafeed Magazine which is published and supported by Perendale Publishers Limited. To get your copy of PPL's web application, 'PPLAPP' click here.

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