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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

05/11/2014: Annual Aquafeed Platform Europe 2014

The 14th Practical Short Course on 'Trends and Markets in Aquaculture Feed Ingredients, Nutrition, Formulation and Optimised Feed Production and Quality Management', takes place at the Novotel Gent Centrum, Ghent, Belgium from December 1-2, 2014.ii
 


“Practical problems require quick and decisive actions and aquafeed technologies offer tremendous opportunities to eliminate feed waste, enhance fish growth and efficiency, offer enhanced products stability and nutrition, and consequently to increase profitability of processors”, said Drs Koseoglu and Debruyne, the organisers of the short course who have trained more than 1000 people (processors, technicians, chemists, technologists and entrepreneurs in the USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East … ) from 520 different companies in 75 different countries in the aquaculture feed extrusion, nutrition & feed formulation during the past nine years.

Eleven experts from industry and academia will cover the fundamentals of aquafeed processing technologies, process design and optimisation, feed formulation, nutrition, economics and quality.

This is a crash course for new plant personnel and an opportunity for those who are experienced to meet experts in the field to discuss their current problems to enhance their plant operations. The course material will also serve as a useful reference for processors, product formulators, chemists and technicians as well as business managers familiar with aquafeed, extrusion, nutrition and feed management.

This is the only extensive program in Europe that covers a wide range of topics with specific practical aspects and geared to decision-makers such as technicians, equipment manufacturers, plant engineers and sales and marketing specialists.

Registered attendees will have the opportunity to network with other industry professionals at the short course.


Read more HERE.

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