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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

23/07/2014: Aquatic China 2014 underway for September 21-22 in Beijing

Aquatic China 2014 has a full two-day program of scientific and commercial speakers that will prove of vital interest to fish farmers throughout China and the Asian region.

"We feel there is a great opportunity for the leading fish farming country to meet with scientists and commercial leaders to discuss the latest developments in fish farming nutrition and technology,: says co-organiser Roger Gilbert, publisher of International Aquafeed magazine.
Aquatic China 2014 - Beijing, China from September 21-22, 2014

His magazine is working closely with Professor Kangsen Mai of the Ocean University of China in Qingdao, Shangdong Province to develop a program that will engage both Chinese and non-Chinese fish farming countries in an international program that will encourage the exchange of information on fish health, feeding and farming.

http://www.fishfirst.cn/article-35906-1.html
Aquatic China 2014 - Beijing, China from September 21-22, 2014

"China produces almost 85 percent of all farmed fish globally, yet much of the research and development of technologies around fish farming is occurring in other regions of the world."

In conjunction with VIV, which is co-organising the event to run concurrently with its two-day China Summit prior to the opening of VIV China 2014 in Beijing from September 23-25, 2014, the overall aim is to align fish farmers in China with the technology of the future and the scientific resources that they will need to achieve increased production in terms of quality and quantity, says Mr Gilbert.

"I'm convinced that the global fish farming industry can learn a lot from China and its scientific depth of knowledge when it comes to managing and feeding farmed fish. I'm just as convinced that global research and development has a lot to offer the Chinese industry. This is a venue that brings all these players together."

Supporting the event is the premier sponsor Evonik. Others include local companies such as Hangzhou Kingtechina Feed Company, Atech, Guangzhou Hinter Biotechnology Co., while international supporters including (some yet to confirm): Jefo, Alltech, LSF, Rabo Bank and Skretting - Nutreco.

Links to conference pages and information:
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