ABT will demonstrate their expertise in successful collaborations building between research and business for a more sustainable aquaculture.
The AquaBioTech Group announces their participation in the Global Forum for Innovation in Agriculture
(UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, 3/15/2017)
After three years of successful participation, the AquaBioTech Group will exhibit again their products and services at what is fast becoming the most important event in Middle East for agriculture and aquaculture innovations.
The AquaBioTech Group will host a roundtable discussion which will tackle a series of challenges in the Middle Eastern and African aquaculture industry and the role of the recirculating aquaculture technology in this industry. The discussions will cover topics such as: species selection, production strategies, monitoring and control, technological trends, biosecurity and the benefits of a good project design. Stakeholders from the aquaculture industry who are participating the exhibition are invited to join the discussions.
The AquaBioTech Group undertakes a variety of aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic environmental projects through its regional offices and selected partners throughout the world.
The AquaBioTech Group will demonstrate their expertise in successful collaborations building between research and business for a more sustainable agriculture and aquaculture industry. In the framework of the Hosted Scientist Programme a representative of the company will present the challenges and possible solutions to transfer faster research findings into the market.
ABT Aquaculture has developed a number of highly efficient and cost effective Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS).
About The AquaBioTech Group
The AquaBioTech Groupundertakes a variety of aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic environmental projects through its regional offices and selected partners throughout the world. The vast majority of the company’s work is related to the marine or aquatic environment, encompassing aquaculture developments, market research/intelligence, through to project feasibility assessments, finance acquisition, project management, technology sourcing and technical support and training.
GFIA is the world’s largest showcase of sustainable agriculture innovations for increased profits and environmentally responsible farming practices. Unlike other major agriculture events, GFIA is uniquely committed to meeting the needs of both large and smallholder farmers by presenting the best available and emerging solutions with the potential to deliver higher yields without damaging our natural resources and climate.
GFIA is the world’s largest showcase of sustainable agriculture innovations for increased profits and environmentally responsible farming practices.
GFIA is not only a forum for key stakeholders to discuss policy, strategy and solutions for a food secure future, but a live marketplace for suppliers to meet thousands of farmers and procurement managers from government, food producers, agri businesses, NGOs and cooperatives.
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