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June 21, 2019

  

ADM launches BIOSIPEC in Asia

 

 
  
 

At the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture event in Chennai, India, ADM Animal Nutrition launched BIOSIPEC in Asia, a combined solution for intensive shrimp production based on innovative techniques involving feeding, biosecurity, water treatment, aeration system, and digitisation.

 

BIOSIPEC was initially developed by ADM in Vietnam after observing the characteristics of Vannamei shrimp farming, the associated risks (particularly relating to the environment and diseases), as well as sustainability issues. The solution helps to reduce farming risks and environmental impacts and maximises profitability for shrimp farmers. To showcase the different innovations and provide training to farmers, a demonstration unit was set-up in ADM's Aqua R&D centre in southern Vietnam two years ago.

 

To achieve high growth and survival results, BIOSIPEC applies innovative technologies: water treatment to improve biosecurity and prevent disease outbreaks; special aeration system to reduce energy cost and optimise water aeration; specifically formulated feed for improved growth and stable water quality.

 

"In 2018, Vannamei production and exports increased throughout Asia, particularly in India, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines, and further growth is forecast in the coming years, according to the World Aquaculture Society," said Marc Campet, Aquaculture Manager, ADM Animal Nutrition, Asia.

 

"To achieve successful farming results, the choice of feed, water quality, biosecurity and technique all play an important role in shrimp quality and productivity. With BIOSIPEC, we can produce shrimp successfully, differently and sustainably. Our demonstration farm is available for shrimp farmers to discover the different technologies used and provides training to aquaculture professionals," added Campet.

 

Through BIOSIPEC's commercialisation, ADM will be providing training on the use of technology, processes, and best practice to shrimp farmers. The new project reinforces the firm's commitment towards the development of aquaculture in Asia.

 

"BIOSIPEC is an exclusive concept that ADM has designed for its customers in Asia. We are very proud to have developed this solution combining all of ADM Animal Nutrition's know-how. This concept has been developed to answer a market need identified by our teams; it will support the evolution and consolidation of the shrimp aquaculture industry in Asia," said Pierre Domps, Director Marketing and Commercial Development, ADM Animal Nutrition, Asia.

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