South America

    Innovasea and Petros join forces on a offshore farm project in Aruba

    Innovasea and Petros obtained government for a 3,000-ton offshore fish farm close to Aruba in the Caribbean Sea.

    New Science Plan for Salmon Farming in Chile

    The plan is designed to contribute to the sustainability of the sector and will involve a total investment of USD 5 million over the next 5 years.

    Bright growth and outlook for 2023 at Salmones Camanchaca

    The figures show an increase of 41% and reaching USD 114 million, thanks to a higher volume of Atlantic and Coho Salmon as well as a 15% increase in the price of Atlantic Salmon.

    Jamaica moves forward in the development of the blue economy

    Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Pearnel Charles Jr. announced last Tuesday a package of incentives for fish farmers that will make it easier for them to access the industry.

    Austevoll Seafood takes note and keeps working

    Austevoll Seafood ASA (AUSS) published its 2022 annual report with a record year, although there are some areas to work on.

    Macarena Pérez is the new member of the Board of Directors of Camanchaca

    Salmones Camanchaca announced that Macarena Pérez Ojeda has joined the company's Board of Directors.

    Jorge Fernández Valdés, the founder of Camanchaca, passed away

    Camanchaca announced today that Jorge Fernández Valdés, the Company's founder and principal shareholder, passed away at the age of 85 by natural causes.

    Australis Seafood continues debating fraud among owners

    Quiroga plans to file a complaint with the China Securities Regulatory Commission alleging that Joyvio provided false information to the market.

    Camanchaca is “very satisfied” with the company’s results

    The annual report announced revenues of US$ 723 million - 13% higher than in 2021 - and a consolidated EBITDA of US$ 124 million - up 17% compared to 6% in the previous year. These more than positive results show the company's progress.

    BioMar to support women in Caribbean aquaculture

    BioMar will support the activities of Women in Caribbean Aquaculture (WiCA), part of the Caribbean Aquaculture Network (CAN), aiming for responsible expansion of aquaculture and blue food in the region.

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