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BioMar plant will be officially opened in July. (Photo: Stock File/FIS)

BioMar plant starts fish feed production

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Monday, May 28, 2012, 02:30 (GMT + 9)

The company BioMar performed its first fish feed production in a new factory built last year in Costa Rican territory.

The plant, which will be officially opened in July, will shortly be marketing a number of new supplements that are sustained in an advanced nutritional strategy for tilapia, among Central American farmers.

According to BioMar Vice President, Felipe Ureta, in the company they are "really satisfied with the progress already achieved and the high degree of commitment shown by the people, where each step has been taken on schedule."

Jorge Vargas, the new general manager of the factory in Costa Rica, stated: "We are starting an escalating manufacturing process that will slowly be on the rise and will gain the expertise and quality that are typical of BioMar."

This plant is the most modern in Central America as it is equipped with cutting-edge production technology.

BioMar managers, like those of AquaChile – a firm that has joined this endeavor -, continue to work so as to ensure that all procedures and processes comply with the strict internal standards.

Ureta added: "We are focused on the implementation of the same high production standards that are typical of BioMar Group, which our customers recognize in each factory of the group around the world."

"Everything is being prepared so as to comply with the certifications and standards BioMar Group adheres, which are the same as those required by our customers and by the most demanding markets," the vice president of the company concluded.

Related article:

- AquaChile and BioMar to build tilapia feed plant

By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com

 


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