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Thursday, May 29, 2014

29/05/14: Todd Fisheries Launches New Enterprise During Aquaculture UK

http://www.toddfish.co.uk/


Todd Fisheries Technology designs, manufactures and installs the highest quality recirculation systems and components for the aquaculture and shellfish industries.

Todd Fish Team at Aquaculture UK 2014
Designed with your working practices and the needs of the fish in mind and using the best quality of materials their systems are robust, easy to operate and energy efficient.  Todd Fisheries Technology aims to deliver cost effective solutions which enable you to create the optimum conditions for your livestock. Happy and Healthy Fish mean higher profits for your business.

With the recent launch of their newly designed website (http://www.toddfish.co.uk) and help from
the Entrepreneurial Spark acceleration programme their team has been able to push to the forefront in the manufacturing of Shellfish Holding and Depuration systems. With their can-do attitude, innovative spirit and strong communication skills they are hoping to bring about 'The Shellfish Revolution' - an industrial movement focusing on the development of an environmentally and socially responsible seafood industry.

Here is what owners Errin and Keith Todd had to say:

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Our vision is to revolutionise the seafood industry.  How? – Through Innovation, Communication with the real experts – the fishermen, and continually upping our game. Let’s do it better.  Let’s be environmentally and socially responsible.  Let’s ensure our customer service is 1st class.


UK seafood is world class. Our team will help you ensure your catch is the best quality throughout the supply chain.  Our system components are sourced in the UK and made in the UK. Buy British – your fish deserve the best.

Team Todd have developed equipment which is innovative, reliable, robust, hassle free and importantly cost-effective.  You will be the judge.  Let us know what you think!"
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