Sunday, July 8, 2018

09/07/2018: BioMar expands their R&D capabilities in the Hatchery feed sector

BioMar has increased its research capabilities in hatchery with an expansion of its Aquaculture Technology Centre, ATC Hirtshals facility in Denmark. BioMar has now opened a state-of-the-art marine fish larval trial unit that not only allows for larval rearing but also the production of live feed.
 

BioMar ATC Hirtshals hatchery trial unit
Image credit: BioMar

BioMar is this year celebrating 15 years of excellence in hatchery feeds as they continue to invest in business growth in new geographical markets and new species. BioMar has recently streamlined their product portfolio and adopted new innovations and functional raw materials in their LARVIVA hatchery range to maximise health and performance. The new research facilities will enable BioMar to continue to drive breakthrough innovation in the hatchery feed segment.

The opening of the new hatchery research and development facilities is the second of a three-phased strategic plan for the segment. BioMar announced last year heavy investment in the area including the establishment of a business unit in Nersac, France headed by Chris Dinneweth and the expansion of the fry feed production line in Brande, Denmark expected later in 2019.

Read the full article on the International Aquafeed webstie, HERE.

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