Mariculture’s Smart Fish Farm project in Norway continues moving forward

    Mariculture, the wholly-owned company of SalMar Aker Ocean AS, has obtained the green light from the Fisheries Directorate for an intelligent fish farm in the Norwegian Sea.

    Israel’s Pure Blue Fish to set up its first US facility in South Carolina

    Zero-discharge RAS innovator Pure Blue Fish will begin construction of its first US facility before the end of the year.

    Elin Risvik appointed CTO of Aqua Robotics

    The new CTO promises creativity and pragmatism to improve the HALO cleaning robot, while the company says she "will lift Norwegian farming technology."

    The vessel project of Austral Odyssey starts at full speed

    Austral Fisheries will launch a state-of-the-art offshore longline vessel called Austral Odyssey by the end of 2025.

    Seafood startups hook investments worth $3 billion

    Next-gen aquatech companies including cell-based seafoods prove popular with investors, but aquaculture and seafood producers still reel in the most funding, according to Crunchbase figures.

    Indonesian aquaculture startup DELOS celebrates funding success

    Aquatech startup completes its Series A funding round, and vows to "revolutionise" Indonesia's aquaculture industry.

    India’s Captain Fresh reels in $20 million for global expansion

    Captain Fresh's successful series C funding round enables the Indian B2B seafood company to expand in Europe and the US.

    Female Founder: Daniela Allerbon, Aquit

    Daniela Allerbon is founder and CEO of Aquit, developing preventive treatments for infections in fish that replace antibiotics, improve survival rates and boost natural immunity.

    Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability: empowering the industry with data

    As the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability meets in Singapore next Monday, we ask traceability advocate Richard Stavis about the importance of developing a standard on traceability in the industry, and what the dialogue aims to achieve. 

    Bankruptcy for Norway’s FiiZK aquaculture supply companies

    Five of the eight companies forming the FiiZK group are declared bankrupt, only days after 80% stake was sold to investors.

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