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Powered by Partnership

BioMar seek to collaborate and form mutually beneficial partnerships with organisations to help achieve our vision to develop and deliver truly efficient, sustainable, and healthy feed solutions. Partnerships are key drivers in any industry and the catalyst for innovative solutions through combining expertise, resources and capabilities.

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BioMar achieves record Q2

BioMar reports year-on-year volume sales up by 9 % and an increase in revenue by 42 %. Despite still being challenged by raw material prices, energy costs and the impact of suspending trade with Russia, BioMar earnings improved significantly, causing the company to raise guidance for the full year.

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BioMar and Síldarvinnslan to build a net-zero aquafeed facility in Iceland

BioMar Group and Síldarvinnslan have signed a memorandum of understanding to build a modern high-tech aquafeed production facility in Iceland. Through this move, BioMar will become the only global feed company in the Icelandic market. The venture has an ambition to build a facility that will achieve net-zero within its own operations.

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Feed Trials in Australia

Performing feed trials is a fundamental part of BioMar and essential for optimising our current diets and developing new ones. In Australia, BioMar have partnered with Huon Aquaculture to use the only dedicated sea-based fish feed trial facility located at Huon Aquaculture’s Hideaway Bay facility.

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New direct trans shipping route between Nelson and Tasmania announced by BioMar, supported by Tasmanian Government during visit to Nelson Tasman

With support from the Tasmanian Government, BioMar Australia have announced the introduction of a new direct trans shipping route between Nelson (Bluff, Lyttleton) and Tasmania, during the Tasmanian Government’s trade delegation visit to Nelson Tasman this week.

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BioMar Australia welcomes decision on salmon industry consultation

Tasmanian aquafeed producer BioMar has welcomed the State Government’s consultation on a ten-year plan for the salmon industry. The move is a positive step forward for the industry and represents an opportunity for all key stakeholders in the process to voice their opinions and help the industry move forward.

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New performance enhancer for sea bass in summer

BioMar EMEA introduces SmartCare ROBUST, a new diet that supports the performances of European sea bass during summer periods with challenging conditions of high temperature and sub-optimal dissolved oxygen levels.

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BioMar commits to the most ambitious pathway toward net-zero

In the recently launched Integrated Sustainability Report, BioMar announces its commitment to the 1.5°C pathway for reducing carbon emissions. BioMar is the first global aquafeed supplier to adopt the 1.5°C pathway toward net-zero under the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

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AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2022

Climate change, depletion of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, food security and safety, environmental pollution and waste represent important sustainability challenges for further expansion of European aquaculture.

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