ISO 45001 promotes the protection of physical and mental health
Biomar Grangemouth has received the ISO 4500, an international standard for occupational health and safety. It is designed to reduce injuries and the spread of diseases among employees in the workplace. Including the promotion and protection of physical and mental health.
Through this, the company…
The company will have to pay SuperSmolt patent holder STIM
After suffering consecutive losses in previous judicial authorities, the Supreme Court of Norway has rejected the appeal from Biomar. The feed producer must now pay SuperSmolt patent holder STIM.
Consequently, Biomar must pay well over NOK 36 million in compensations and legal costs to STIM.…
BioMar has announced its commitment to the 1.5°C pathway toward net-zero under the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) for reducing carbon emissions. The announcement has been done in the company's recently launched Integrated Sustainability Report, which reflects its ambition to reduce GHG emissions by one-third by 2030. BioMar is the first global aquafeed supplier to…
Bluefront Equity partner also joins the board of directors
Bluefront Equity invests in supplier of refrigerant and heating solutions for the seafood industry, Proff Kulde AS. In addition, BioMar vice president, Jan Sverre Røsstad, becomes chairman of Proff Kulde’s board of directors. Bluefront Equity partner, Simen Landmark, also joins the board of directors.
Deep Branch and BioMar have signed an agreement whose first step will be to optimize salmon feed using Proton™, a single-cell protein developed by Deep Branch that will be applied in the feed manufactured by BioMar. The partnership between the two will be long-term and aims to "redefine traditional aquaculture feed ingredients and improve the…
BioMar has announced today the appointment of Keith Drynan as the new Commercial Director of their Grangemouth-based UK business. In his new role, he will lead the commercial team, comprising Sales and Business Development, Procurement, Formulation, and the Technical Department, as well as be part of the BioMar UK management team. In the announcement, the…
And volumes up by 8 % compared to Q1 2021
BioMar has reported revenue up by 34% and volume sales by 8% compared to Q1 2021. On the other hand, the main challenges right now for the company are the raw material prices, cost of energy, and the trading suspension with Russia.
So, earnings for…
Responsible projects in Ecuador
Earthworm Foundation is partnering with BioMar to drive responsible shrimp projects in Ecuador. The foundation is an international non-profit undertaking social and environmental projects. This partnership will include deforestation- free aquafeeds and initiatives to drive social change and sustainability best practices in the region.
Firstly, Florie Hovine, Member Manager at Earthworm…
AQ1 Systems produces acoustic feeding technology
BioMar approves the acquisition of AQ1 Systems, supplier of sensor-based feeding control technology, for their just renovated shrimp performance. With the investment, BioMar aims to "accelerate the sustainability journey of the industry."
“We have a strong belief that we can bring together knowledge and tech innovation. Through offering new…
The company is promoting its production since 2013
BioMar Australia has launched a new dedicated algal oil facility at its Wesley Vale plant in Tasmania. The purpose is reducing the amount of fish oil in its salmon feed. BioMar Group’s research and development on this matter began back in 2013.
The company is hoping that…