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"Aquaculture, not the Internet, represents the most promising investment opportunity of the 21st Century."

- Peter Drucker, Management Expert & Economist


Aquaculture in Malaysia

Danish minister of food and environment, Esben Lunde Larsen, visited Malaysia and was followed by a group of Danish companies within the aquaculture sector,

The Malaysian government has a strategy  to expand the production from 530.000 tons to 1.760.000 tons yearly within the coming 4-5 years.

The Danish aquaculture-group also comprised representatives from the Danish Ministry of Environment. The tour began with a forum, where Malaysian and Danish speakers presented knowledge and innovative ideas for collaboration in the future.

The Danish Ministry of Food and Environment released a press message April 15th - click to read (in Danish)

During the stay the group had the pleasure to celebrate the birthday of her Majesty Quen Magrethe II at the ambassodors residense. The Danish minister was challenged to participate in preparation of the food for the invited audience.

The Danish industry representatives is visiting a lot of different aquaculture productions in freshwater, seawater, landbased, sea.based, fish, shrimps, molluscs, crusteaceans etc.

Young Tilapia fill the net-cage in a lake based operation run by Norwegian Genomar.

Group-photo taken after an interesting visit to the company Blue Archipelago - intensive farming of white leg shrimp (Vanemei).
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