Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Organiser develops Aquaculture UK into more comprehensive event

David Mack the organiser of Aquaculture UK 2012 in Aviemore, Scotland, says there are more visitors to this year's event than had attended on the first day last time - two years ago.

"There's also a lot more exhibitors than last time with 20 new to industry. Ten years ago we were focused on feeds, nets and cages. Today we have expanded to cover services such as vaccines and medications, hygiene and nutrition and clothing. We are developing a strong servicing sector.

"Overall, It's busier than last time and the atmosphere is great. The weather is being kind given it was 2 degrees here last week!"

Tomorrow Mr Mack expects to be just as busy.

"We had per-registered 500. And we have attracted visitors as far away as Indonesia. Last time 26 nationalities were represented. This time it's over 30," he adds.
Dr Ingrid Lupatsch from the Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Research at Swansea University, Wales with IAF's subscription's manager Tuti Tan and Aquaculture UK 2012 David Mack in the Osprey Arena in Aviemore, Scotland

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