Friday, June 23, 2017

23/06/2017: Visit International Aquafeed magazine at WAS Cape Town 2017



International Aquafeed magazine will be attending World Aquaculture 2017 - the first international conference and exposition of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS) to be held on the African continent at the Cape Town International Convention Centre June 26-30, 2017. We will be at booth number 44 eagerly waiting to meet old and new readers, writers and advertisers of our magazine with both Spanish and Chinese language editions available on request. Our current English language version will be distributed in exhibition bags for all delegates.

The conference theme, “Sustainable Aquaculture – New Frontiers for Economic Growth – Spotlight on Africa” highlights the potential of aquaculture production to support economic development and investment opportunities in Africa - the world’s second fastest growing regional economy.
 In addition to this, ‘Aquaculture without Frontiers CIO UK’ is supporting a one-day extrusion seminar hosted by Wenger Manufacturing of Sabetha, Kansas in the USA and International Aquafeed magazine and which will be held during the up-coming World Aquaculture 2017 Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

The venue is the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa from 12:00-18:00 on Monday June 26, 2017.

Five of the trustees for Aquaculture Without Frontiers UK will be at their own stand and ready to meet fellow delegates, including the patron and CIO Mr Michael New. “The Wenger company and IAF are making their contributions in organising and running this event free-of charge to attendees, however a donation towards AwF CIO’s work in Africa, which is aimed at assisting small fish farmers adopt more modern practices that support fish heath and productivity while reducing environmental impact would be much appreciated,” says Roger Gilbert, publisher of International Aquafeed magazine.

If you’re interested in attending the conference, please register on the International Aquafeed website at: http://bit.ly/aesafrica

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