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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

23/03/2016: Tasmanian innovation growing global aquaculture

http://panlogica.com/
A Tasmanian company who plays a vital role in more than one-quarter of the world’s farmed Atlantic salmon production had their new offices opened by Hon Matthew Groom MP Minister for State Growth today.
   
PanLogica is a Hobart-based company that provides unique and world leading value chain planning software called Neptune.

Neptune takes account of financial, biological and processing considerations for the aquaculture sector and allows decision makers to consider millions of potential outcomes to any planning situation and choose the most sustainable and profitable one for the business.

“The opening of these offices today by the Hon Matthew Groom MP marks the next phase of PanLogica’s growth as the world’s leading optimisation software for the aquaculture industry. We are tremendously excited about the future of the industry and Neptune”, Dr David Wright said.

“Neptune helps our clients produce fish in the most efficient and environmentally sustainable way, and it has great potential across all aquaculture species including shellfish.”

“We are very lucky to be working with some of the most exciting aquaculture companies in the world from our offices in Tasmania,” Dr Wright said.

The close working relationship with customers such as Marine Harvest and Huon Aquaculture has been one of the foundations for us to continue to grow our business and innovate our product.

Panlogica has developed an impressive customer base of innovative aquaculture companies including Huon Aquaculture in Tasmania and the largest producer of Atlantic Salmon in the world, Marine Harvest.

Visit the PanLogica site HERE.


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