Tuesday, February 6, 2018

07/02/2018: Nutriad hosting aquaculture seminar in Myanmar

A global leader in feed additives solutions for aquaculture, Nutriad was thrilled to share its knowledge and experience with a group of industry professionals in Yangon, Myanmar. The highly valued aquaculture event was organised by Tan Sao A Ltd., Nutriad’s distributor for aquaculture products in Vietnam. 

Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon
Image credit: Paul Arps on Flickr
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Mr Allen (Ming-Hsun) Wu, Regional Manager of Nutriad Aqua APAC presented “Global aqua and shrimp culture outlook and Nutriad’s solution”; Dr. Kanjanaworkakul Poonmanee (Fai), Aqua Tech. Manager S.E. Asia of Nutriad presented “Thailand Shrimp Farming practices: facts & figures”. Followed by “Vietnam Shrimp Farming practices: facts & figures” presented by Mr Truong Minh Duc – Vice Director, Tan Sao A Co., Ltd. Dr Kyaw Tun Myat – Chairman, Myanmar Shrimp Association shared interesting insight when he addressed “Myanmar Shrimp Farming practices: facts & figures.”

As Vietnam and Myanmar delegates share common interests and face similar challenges, the interaction was met with great enthusiasm. “This is the most successful aquaculture seminar in Myanmar, as it offers very practical and useful insights. Our association is thankful for the support of an internationally recognised company like Nutriad”, commented Dr Kyaw Tun Myat.

Nutriad has recently obtained promising results against white feces, luminance bacterial of shrimp via the application of its health range of specialty additives in farms and feedmill. In his closing speech Allen Wu recognised Tan Sao A Ltd. for their great efforts in the 13 years partnership and thanked Dr Aong, Multi Aquaculture Aquaculture & Livestock Trading Ent., Ltd., Myanmar for his local support.

Shrimp farm customers in Vietnam have been using Nutriad’s products for many years and are extremely satisfied with the results and performance. Nutriad is committed to continue to innovate its product portfolio, adapting new challenges and emerging diseases like for example EHP.

Find out more on the Nutriad website, HERE

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