Comprising indoor and outdoor facilities, our land-based fish and shrimp research stations enable us to closely monitor and control environmental conditions in order to conduct precise experiments on our latest formulations with a variety of aquaculture species. To ensure we fully meet the local needs and challenges of the industry, we have established units in Norway, Italy, Spain, China, and Japan.
Our research station at Lerang, Norway, specializes in increasing the performance of Atlantic salmon and also houses a laboratory dedicated to sea lice research.
Feed advancements for freshwater trout are assessed at our research station in northern Italy, while our unit in Spain coordinates trials on marine species such as sea bass, sea bream and meagre in conjunction with research institutes in southern Europe.
In Asia, our research station in China focuses on shrimp and warm water fish species including Asian sea bass, snakehead, yellow catfish and tilapia. Our Japanese unit, together with Kagoshima University, specializes in yellowtail kingfish and red sea bream.
Research station for shrimp and Asian fish species located in Hezhoubei, China.
Outdoor pound at research station in Hezhoubei, China
Outdoor cages at Lerang research station, Norway
Trial tanks Mozzecane, Italy