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Copper-alloy nets being trialed in Japanese aquaculture

EcoSeaTech LLC – the Osaka, Japan-based subsidiary of EcoSea Farming SpA, headquartered in Santiago, Chile – is trialing submersible cage systems using copper-alloy netting in Japan. By Chris Loew, SeafoodSource.com (Source: https://www.salmonexpert.cl/article/en-chile-construyen-jaula-sumergible-ms-grande-del-mundo/) The parent company, EcoSea Farming, which has a decade of experience in making offshore net systems for various species around the world, utilizes […]

EcoSea Announces Launch of Japan-based Operations and Subsidiary

August 20, 2018 Osaka, Japan–EcoSea announced the launch of its Japan-based operations, the newly formed company is a 100% subsidiary of EcoSea Farming SpA, an Aquaculture Technology Service Company with headquarters in Puerto Montt Chile. Through its state-of-the-art technology including a globally unique off-shore farming aquaculture system utilizing UR30ST* copper alloy mesh. EcoSea will provide its […]

Aquaculture: Copper Alloy Mesh Nets in Japan

In a small, quiet village in Western Japan, steam billows out of the surrounding mountains, natural hot mineral water flows into the village onsens (hot springs) soothing aching bones of the many appreciating guests. From the baths, one can see the glistening sea, work boats puttering from pen to pen checking their fish as their […]

New Japanese Aquaculture Center

EcoSea will launch a new center in Western Japan consisting of ten 30m diameter submersible pens. The system is fully automated with 24/7 monitoring and feeding. The pens are nearly always submerged and surfaced only for maintenance. As the site is subject to intense typhoons, submerging the pens will protect them from damage, being in […]