What’s New

The June issue of Fish Farmer magazine is online Caviar – the roe of the sturgeon – is a quintessentially Russian luxury food, but as we report in the June issue of Fish Farmer, the industry has moved eastwards. […] Forty years of end-to-end service Supporting Scotland’s aquaculture industry since 1981, Streamline Shipping Group celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The group serves Scotland and its island communities and operates shipping services internationally. Now one […] Corrosion-free pumps for huge fish farms Lykkegaard Pumps has developed corrosion-free pumps made from the high-quality material HDPE. As with the company’s original steel pumps, these are among the most energy-efficient pumps on the market. HDPE-pumps […] A feeding solution for all weathers Feeding from a container? The Spanish company Fish Farm Feeder (FFF), which manufactures automated feeding systems for aquaculture, has adapted the “packaging” of its machines to the needs of its […] Protection from predators Seals will try anything to access salmon pens. Stiff HDPE netting like Garware’s Seal Pro has provided a challenge for them and as a result, some seals have realised that […] Yanmar Osterbo, the cheapest and safest way to reach your goals in net cleaning! Special campaign discount: We have a special “after covid” offer for net-cleaners in the UK. Please contact us for more information and offers. Osterbo have cooperated with Yanmar since 2009 […] Health programme to promote gut integrity and immunity Through continuous research and innovation, ADISSEO has gained understanding of the interaction between gut health and production challenges such as feed formulation, environmental conditions or disease. The company’s feed additive […] Feed you can trust The ASC’s new Feed Standard will take a holistic approach The impacts of the feed used in aquaculture can be a source of criticism for the industry. This month, the […] Introducing GeneXpertise – for trout breeders At Xelect, we’ve long believed that the latest technologies should be for the many, not the few. There’s a lingering myth in aquaculture that genetics is expensive, and that only […]

Talking sensors

A total of 157 participants from 33 countries attended the webinar on the Application of Sensors in Precision Aquaculture (#aquasensors). Hosted by Swansea University’s Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR) […] Continue Reading

Feed you can trust

The ASC’s new Feed Standard will take a holistic approach The impacts of the feed used in aquaculture can be a source of criticism for the industry. This month, the […] Continue Reading

Forty years of end-to-end service

Supporting Scotland’s aquaculture industry since 1981, Streamline Shipping Group celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The group serves Scotland and its island communities and operates shipping services internationally. Now one […] Continue Reading

Hard workers

Promek’s workboats are built for tough conditions Norwegian company PROMEK AS has been delivering workboats for the fish farming industry in the global market since 2001. The company has been […] Continue Reading