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Henrik Fang Luo has become deputy general manager of Longyangxia Ecological Aquaculture, China’s largest trout producer.

“With immense gratitude, I wrapped up my tenure at Salmon Evolution. I am so proud to have been part of the amazing Salmon Evolution journey of extending the ocean’s potential in land-based aquaculture. Big thanks to my colleagues – you are the most fascinating team, and I will always be cheering for you,” said Fang Luo on LinkedIn.

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In this way, he ended his position as fattening manager at Norwegian producer Salmon Evolution, the company he joined after more than four years at BioMar in different roles.

“For me, who grew up in China, working by the upper reaches of the Yellow River means tremendous privilege and responsibility. I look forward to working with my new colleagues. I am excited about my proximity to fantastic nature and culture both on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and by West Lake,” explained Fang Luo.

About Longyangxia Ecological Aquaculture

Longyangxia is a Chinese company situated in Qinghai, which was founded in 2008. However, it wasn’t until 2012 that the company actively pursued sustainable production, showcasing its commitment to environmental responsibility. As a testament to this dedication, Longyangxia has opted to produce only half of its potential trout yield until it can ensure sustainable practices for the remainder. The company has experienced remarkable growth and holds a coveted production license for 20,000 metric tons of trout in the pristine waters of Long Yang Xia Lake

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