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Monday, July 20, 2015

20/07/2015: Troms-Arctic knowledge

Troms County has taken the initiative to present the aquaculture industry in the county at this year’s Aqua Nor. The objective is to create more visibility, improve cooperation and increase the spreading effects of the industry in the county.

The objective of the joint 'Troms – Arctic Knowledge' stand is to stimulate cooperation and increase visibility of the participants vis-a-vis customers and cooperating partners, and to strengthen network building among the various actors in Troms County. The marine know-how company SALT and Project Manager Kjersti Eline Tønnessen Busch are charged with planning, coordinating and implementation of the Troms County stand.
   
http://www.nor-fishing.no/en/
Rekvik, Troms County (Image: Lars Tiede)
Debates and dialogues
On Wednesday 19th of August from 13:00 hrs the stand invites interested parties to an open seminar, followed by discussions, on environment-based area regulations and growth in the aquaculture industry. The debate will focus on growth in the industry related to:

  • The industry’s reputation and local value creation along the coast
  • The municipalities’ ability to make enough space available
  • Equal treatment of small, medium and large companies
  • The environmental and other interests in the coastal zone
"We are looking forward to an exciting dialogue, and we are especially happy that Minister of Fisheries Elisabeth Aspaker, who used to be Deputy County Mayor of Troms County, and who has been appointed Governor of the County, will give the keynote presentation focusing on the new management regime for the aquaculture industry,” comments Gunnar Davidsson, department head in the County administration, and responsible for the project.

A taste of Troms
During the exhibition, seafood chef Einar Hallstensen will service seafood delicacies from Troms. In addition, students from Northern Troms College, Department of Aquaculture, will serve their own smoked salmon in the Seafood Bar at Troms – Arctic Knowledge”.

The following exhibitors can be visited at stand G-730:

  • Marin Fiskehelse AS (fish health)
  • Olivita AS (bio-marine industrial operator)
  • FUNN AS (IT supplier)
  • Havbruksstasjonen i Tromsø (R&D)
  • Karlsøy kommune (coastal municipality)
  • Lenvik kommune (coastal municipality)
  • SalMar (salmon producer)
  • Framtidsfjorden Gratangen (cooperation between SPIRE Gratangen, Astafjord Industrier AS and Gratanglaks AS)
  • Haplast (Pipeline producer)
  • Kystplan Troms (Inter-municipality cooperation)
  • Nofima NAMAB (National Centre for Marine Bio-processing)
  • Akvaplan-niva AS (research and aquaculture services)
  • Nord-Troms Videregående Skole (educational institution)

Visit the Aqua Nor site HERE.

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