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FishPac’s innovative in-container oxygen system reduces fish stress levels and lowers mortality rates.

Experts in Transporting Live Fish Around the World

  (AUSTRALIA, 10/10/2018)

FishPac live seafood transport systems are the worlds’ only approved air freight oxygen delivery system, delivering 21st century air, road, and rail freight transport systems. FishPac offers high payloads and low mortalities for a large variety of aquatic animals

The patented FishPac™ system has revolutionised live fish transport. Launched in 2000, this Australian made end-to-end solution has uplifted more than 250,000 bins/totes between Australia, Indonesia, Maldives, Japan, Canada, USA, Asia, Iceland and Belgium, with each tote containing up to 500 kilograms of live fish and marine life.

A regulated supply of oxygen for up to 40 hours (depending on species and payload shipped)  can mean a mortality rate of less than 1%, which means greater return for your company on each shipment.

The innovative StackPac system is the only bin of its kind approved by airlines around the world, providing an average of less than 1% mortality rate across 30 hours ++ of transport. The result is a much higher payload from your air cargo space, transforming traditionally high risk / high reward business opportunities to low risk / high reward business opportunities.

Since the very first FishPac shipments in 2000, this technology has been responsible for the delivery of more than USD 10 billion in live aquatic animals. Most importantly, the FishPac technology has saved over USD 2 billion of live aquatic animals from perishing through the low mortality, high success FishPac system.

 
While a large percentage of live aquatic transport is of fish and fingerlings, FishPac containers are suitable for other marine life such as sea urchins, lobsters, abalone, prawns, and even larger aquatic animals for marine parks.

FishPac is more than just patented technology. FishPac gives you an end-to-transport solution that uses engineering excellence, knowledge of live aquatic animal shipping, and international networks to give you even greater returns on your aquatic animal payload.

The patented FishPac live air transport system was created as an alternative to outdated water filled plastic bags packed in Styrofoam boxes and air pump systems. These traditional method of aquatic transport is labour intensive, environmentally toxic and yields high mortality rates amongst the aquatic cargo.

FishPac handles every part of your live aquatic transport process from obtaining all the required airline approvals and documentation through to networking you with all relative freight services to ensure your cargo gets to its destination first time, every time.
 
FishPac’s innovative in-container oxygen system reduces fish stress levels and lowers mortality rates from more than 50% to less than 1% per payload.

FishPac has over 18 years experience in assisting in the development of sound and successful shipping protocols for a significant number of species and animals.



About FishPac

FishPac is 100% Australian owned and operated by FloatPac Pty Ltd.  FishPac specialises in the manufacture of equipment used in the transport of live fish and fingerlings via air, road and rail freight.

The FishPac™ system operates by sustaining live aquatic animals with oxygen. The oxygen flows from an approved air/oxygen cylinder through the FishPac™ regulator (which has a worldwide patent) and is dispersed in the bin/tote via a ceramic diffuser.

The FishPac system is currently the worlds only fully ICAO & IATA approved live aquatic animal system incorporating oxygen, and operates under the strict guidelines of IATA Special Provision A302.

Source: FloatPac

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