Aquaculture Magazine

Reports

  • Processing of frozen seafood products

    December- January 2015 issue

    Freezing at various temperatures is widely used in seafood preservation. Processing and freezing methodologies differ not only for different commodities but even by product type.

  • More aquaculture production is needed to feed a growing and urbanizing world

    December- January 2015 issue

    Combined technological intensification needs to be sustainable and environmentally sound.

  • Three points to ponder

    December- January 2015 issue

    Typically there are always issues confronting Asian Aquaculture, it is the power house of production and that is unlikely to change in any major way in the short term.

  • Partnership Between Marel and Marine Harvest

    October / November 2014 issue

    By working closely with Marine Harvest on the I-Cut 130 PortionCutter, Marel has developed a machine with unrivaled accuracy that has become the industry benchmark.

  • BAADER 2801 Crab Butcher

    October / November 2014 issue

    The BAADER Group have been working extensively the last two years to answer the call of Snow Crab processors to automate the task of Crab Butchering which is still a manual process in the majority of facilities throughout the world.

  • Marel Salmon ShowHow: It’s All About Salmon

    October / November 2014 issue

    Marel will host the 14th Salmon ShowHow at Progress Point in Copenhagen, Denmark, on February 11th, 2015.

  • The Institution of Aquaculture in Singapore

    October / November 2014 issue

    Although Singapore is not a leading aquaculture nation on the global map, this didn’t prevent a group of aquaculture investors and professionals from recently forming the Institution of Aquaculture Singapore in April 2014.

  • Aquaculture to boom off Western Australia’s northern coast

    October / November 2014 issue

    Australia’s State Government has paved the way for a huge increase in fish production on its Western (WA) northern coast by declaring a development zone for large-scale fish farms.

  • Seminar: Safe Food & Listeria Free Processing

    August / September 2014 issue

    Aquatic Concept Group, Aquatic Consult, Aquatic Hygiene Ltd and Marel are happy to invite readers to the seminar, taking place at Marel headquarters in Iceland, September 25th-26th, 2014.

  • BAADER 588 Whitefish Filleting

    August / September 2014 issue

    This new Filleting Machine is ideal for small / medium Whitefish - fresh and defrosted, even with soft fish.

  • BAADER and Norway Seafoods a successful co-operation

    August / September 2014 issue

    BAADER and Norway Seafoods join forces in the new century of Whitefish Processing.

  • EMS Forum Cancelled

    August / September 2014 issue

    Hardly a day goes by without a news item which involves the dreaded Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Syndrome (AHPNS), more commonly known as Early Mortality Syndrome (EMS), a disease which is crippling aquaculture of shrimp.

  • Vietnam Honour

    August / September 2014 issue

    It is not very often that you hear of any country rewarding a foreigner with an award in recognition of efforts to promote trade, but Vietnam has recently broken the mold.


  • Seafood Processing Report - Effect of Brand Equity across Seafood Products

    June / July 2014 issue

    What do you do with the trimmings and waste from your fresh block and mince products? Would you like to go a step further and develop innovative new seafood products?

  • ASIAN report - Aquaculture in Regional Australia: Responding to Trade Externalities

    June / July 2014 issue

    The present paper shows the results of a study that researched the feasibility of farming mulloway as an opportunity for Australian prawn farmers from the northern New South Wales region to diversify their production base.