Nireus, Greece (1)
Recognizing a steady supply of consistently high-quality juveniles as a crucial strategic business factor, Greek seabass and seabream producer Nireus invested in proficient hatchery units focused on nutrition and health control.
All operations are supervised centrally by – among others – a dedicated fish health manager who needs to be reported to whenever even a slight irregularity is detected.
The hatchery stage has such an impact on the entire production cycle, that even the smallest error has to be ruled out.
Chiliadou Hatchery Manager
Nireus’ hatchery activities in Greece are operated in 4 individual facilities, but with centralized supervision on nutrition and health related matters.
3 pre-growing units
Three especially set-up pre-fattening and pre-growing units in Greece and Spain have been designed to optimally prepare the juvenlies for the ongrowing stages in cages off the Mediterranean coast.
1 R&D center
Nireus’ most recent asset is a fully owned research and development center for breeding and genetics programs and the optimization of hatchery techniques.
EDUCATING LOCAL FARMERS IN EFFECTIVE FEED PROTOCOLS
On top of running his own seabass hatchery and farm, Mr Suthi Mahalao, advises local farmers in his area on how to benefit from the added value of INVE products and protocols.
SUPPLYING OVER 100 LOCAL FEED STORES
In Vietnam, Mr. Ho Van Trai, owner of Ngoc Trai Co., plays an important role as the main importer and distributor of INVE Aquaculture products.
ECONOMIES OF SCALE IN SHRIMP PRODUCTION
Viet-Uc, run by entrepreneur Van Thanh Luong, has set up the world’s largest shrimp hatchery producing 15 billion of postlarvae annually.
THE LARGEST FRESH WATER AVAILABILITY IN THE WORLD
Almost 12% of the world’s fresh water supply is held in the river basins of Brazil. A new generation of entrepreneurs uses this opportunity to develop the production of tilapia fish.
TRAINING LOCAL PEOPLE INTO A KNOWLEDGEABLE WORKFORCE
The Bomar Pescados shrimp farms in the north east of Brazil employ over 500 people. One of the key success factors is the on-the-job training of a skilled workforce.
BETTER SURVIVAL AND LARGER PL
The Fitmar shrimp hatchery in Mazatlan, Mexico, works closely with INVE Aquaculture to optimize nutrition and health protocols. This is results in larger post larvae and better survival.
99% SURVIVAL IN FRESHWATER HATCHERY
Although tilapia is a relatively new species as far as professionalized hatching is concerned, Peixe Vivo achieves impressive results based on rigorous methods and techniques.
BRINGING HATCHERY KNOWHOW TO EXPORT MARKETS
Right after its foundation, Kiliç set out on a growth path that would lead it to be Turkey’s leading aquaculture business . The company still continues to grow on an international level.
TAKING FARMING OFFSHORE TO MINIMIZE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
The growth of Turkish aquaculture has been made possible by a remarkable co-existence with the tourism industry. In order to avoid conflicting interests, fish farms were moved further offshore.
A NEW VISION: PREMIUM ORGANIC FISH
With an official certificate for organic fish farming and the launch of its organic retail brand, Kiliç aims to meet the demand of today’s food-critical consumer for clean, traceable and healthy seafood.
STRICT NUTRITION AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT FROM HATCHERY TO HARVEST
Building a stable future for the company on both technical and business knowledge, Nireus realizes that a healthy economy in aquaculture can only be built on healthy fish.
QUALITY & TRACEABILITY AS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Like all mediterranean producers, Nireus has a strong need to market their product as fresh, affordable and high quality fish, with traceability as an import asset.
TOTAL INTEGRATION AND AUTOMATION
Nordic Halibut installed a 360° quality control system including environmental studies, water quality monitoring and automated feeding technologies.
INVESTING IN THE FISH PRODUCTION OF TOMORROW
As global seafood consumption increases and consumers demand safer and more traceable produce, Philosofish by Bitsakos decided to invest in the professionalization of their farming activities.