Fitco is High Energy Mariculture sponsor
Fitco SA has been named as a gold sponsor of the 2018 High Energy Mariculture Europe conference.
Within the aquaculture industry, Greece-based Fitco produce both copper alloy wire and nets for sustainable cage farming. Its UR30 Copper Alloy Wire is specifically engineered for aquaculture applications and shown to provide a service life of more than 10 years. The net is environmentally friendly and fully recyclable in addition to preventing escapes and improving fish health and welfare.
Marianne Rasmussen-Coulling, events director at Mercator Media, said: “We are pleased to welcome Fitco as gold sponsors of High Energy Mariculture conference 2018.
“The conference will be held in Corfu Imperial Hotel, Corfu, Greece from 17th to 19th October, with sessions covering all aspects of mariculture production, including operating in high energy sites, equipment, adding market value and maximising profit and minimising waste.”
This conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to learn about, discuss, and develop concepts and ideas for high energy mariculture sites and production. It will conclude with a technical visit to an established functioning fish farm and hatchery, followed by a question and answer session with the farm managers.
The call for papers for the 2018 conference has been announced and companies, organisations and individuals are invited to put forward papers in a variety of categories. Abstracts are invited and preference will be given to papers that include case studies or real-life examples.
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