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Across their highly skilled workforce, proud heritage and strong company values are embedded. Their core values are resolute and are the framework of all their actions. Their approach to work is consistent with integrity at its very core.
Interdisciplinary in its approach, Stirling’s research informs its teaching curriculum and facilitates opportunities for knowledge exchange and collaboration between staff, students, industry partners and the wider community.
The University received a Queen’s Anniversary Prize in the latest round of awards, in recognition of the quality and innovation exhibited by its Institute of Aquaculture. The University is the UK Sports University of the Year 2020, as conferred by The Times / Sunday Times Good University Guide.
Cargill has more than 120 years of experience in animal nutrition solutions. We come to work every day to research, innovate and create solutions that enable you and your customers to succeed.
Our purpose is to help you succeed, so you can do your job more affordably, more efficiently and more sustainably. That means collaborating with you, finding answers to your challenges and earning your trust – to ensure better nutrition for better lives.
Why choose Cargill for aquaculture?
- Experience – EWOS has been in the aqua feed market for about 80 years,and Cargill has 120 years of experience in animal nutrition.
- Fish health and welfare – we deliver products that support the overall health of fish
- Partnership – we work together with our customers to create mutual success
- Performance – excellent biological and financial performance, documented
- Service – we add value to feed products through extended service and support
Stingray has developed world class fish farming technology for almost ten years and since 2014 we have been commercial with a solution to control sea lice from farmed salmon and trout. Several hundred systems now operate with more than 20 Norwegian fish farmers along the coast of Norway. Stingray’s technological solution features machine vision, a guided laser and advanced software that precisely removes and controls sea lice on a continuous (24/7) and preventive basis. The Stingray-system now includes several applications (software) for LiceControl and ProductionControl:
- * Laser delousing
- * Image-based lice count
- * Diagnostics
- * Biometrics
Stingray continues to innovate with sustainable solutions for better fish welfare using machine vision, machine learning, AI and subsea robotics.
Sølvtrans – The world`s leading live fish logistics wellboat provider
Sølvtrans have been providing high quality wellboat services in all salmon farming markets since its establishment in 1986. The major advantage of the company is the long experience with closed valve system technology, an environmentally friendly concept which limits the danger of infections and has a positive effect on animal welfare and fish quality.
Sølvtrans head office is located in Aalesund, Norway. The fleet consist of 24 modern wellboats that operates globally in Norway, Scotland, Tasmania, Canada and Chile. Being a global player means various challenges are met every day. New solutions are developed, and improvements are made to the benefit of the salmon farming industry.
Sølvtrans will deliver several new highly advanced wellboats to the market going forward. A 2500 m3 wellboat will be delivered from Aas Shipyard in August 2020, two Kongsberg design 4000 m3 vessels are to be delivered from Myklebust shipyard in 2021 and three 3000 m3 vessels from Aas Shipyard that will be delivered in 2022.
All wellboats are special designed for closed valve transport with RSW system to be able to chill the fish that improve fish welfare and fish quality.
Safe, Gentle and Effective!