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He will be located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Bruno Sardenberg has announced in his LinkedIn profile that he will be the next Director of Production of Ocean Harvest. He will be leading Ocean Harvest Phase 1 project development and joining the leadership team in shaping the future of the company.

Previously, he worked as Director of Special Projects at Atlantic Sapphire for more than four years. Regarding this, he wrote: “It has been an exciting journey. I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunities I’ve been provided for the past four years. Atlantic Sapphire is such a great company, I am very proud to have been part of this amazing team and will be following closely its path of success.”

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Also, Sardenberg wanted to thank everyone in Atlantic Sapphire for their support. “I would also like to thank my family, Jason Horne, Ocean Harvest leadership, and advisors for the opportunity. I can’t wait to see where this new chapter will take us!”, he added.

About Ocean Harvest

Ocean Harvest is a leading land-based aquaculture startup based in Abu Dhabi. It leverages proprietary technology and local project delivery expertise to localize the production of Atlantic Salmon in import-dependent markets.

It aims to marry engineering expertise with specialized operational expertise to design, build and operate its farms. In tandem with its strategic partners BESIX and Tech Group, Ocean Harvest designs its farms from scratch and sources equipment from industry-leading suppliers.

The company pride itself on specializing in modular, low-discharge production systems which enable faster project delivery and less negative impact on the environment.

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