The program is a sustainable shrimp farming model from seeding to harvest and has been specifically designed to maintain biosecurity to minimize disease risks for Vietnamese farmers.
CP Foods plans to privatize Charoen Pokphand Foods, aquaculture feed and breeding subsidiary in Vietnam and China.
Franck Bodin was appointed as managing director for the new BioMar Viet Uc feed business unit in Vietnam.
The company appointed Hua Du to further accelerate the group’s growth and expansion.
Ko Chi-Kang will contribute to the continued growth and success of the Grobest Group.
Grobest will develop a next-generation feed that is tailored for UniAqua’s proprietary Hybrid Biological Recirculating System™ to facilitate all its technological advances.
Agrimaster started supplying 600 tons of fish feed per month to the Cambodian industry and Haida Group built its first shrimp line in the Americas with an annual production of 120,000 tons. Famsun delivered the technology to both projects.
The Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced that it will allow the import of 1.2 million tons of crushed and de-oiled GM soy after soy prices hit record highs.
INSEACT raised a $1.3 million seed funding round to build a BSF pilot production and R&D site in Singapore and begin delivering the product to customers.
The new office in Seoul will be led by Choi Si Yeong, country manager for Lallemand Animal Nutrition South Korea.
This is the first Sustainability-Linked Bond that has been launched in Thailand and follows the launch of Thai Union’s inaugural Sustainability-Linked Loan (SLL).
Tongwei Group acquired Tianbang aquatic feed businesses with a total value of RMB 1.05-1.1 billion ($162 million).
The company is reinforcing its presence in existing markets (China, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines) while expanding into new ones.
The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) is developing a new fish feed formulation that is cost-efficient and eco-friendly.
The new facility will have a production capacity of 350,000 tons per year and aims to improve the quality of pangasius and optimize production costs.
The company invested in trade and regional support team in Singapore and expanded its distribution capabilities in Indonesia and Myanmar.
The company started producing AquaXcel® feed, a formulation with specialized immune-boosting ingredients, at its Serang plant.
Blue Aqua partnered with dnata to upcycle organic waste from dnata’s catering and ground handling operations into alternative insect protein for aquafeeds.
The center will focus on the industries of animal husbandry, aquaculture, plants, environment and food to form a joint research model integrating production, research and development.
The company acquired Golden Farm Production & Commerce Company Limited widening its range of value-added premix products and services across the country.
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