Technology group maintains strong presence as market expands
SOME 29 Danish suppliers to the aquaculture industry will be exhibiting at their country’s national pavilion at Aqua Nor. According to Martin Winkel, head of the Danish Fish Tech Group, which is organising the pavilion, the strong Danish presence at this
‘Accordingly, aquaculture has expanded remarkably in the past decades and will eventually exceed the traditional wild catch.
’With Norway holding its position as the world’s largest exporter of salmon, the market has great potential for the Danish aquaculture suppliers.’
The Danish Fish Tech Group, part of the Danish Export Association, is the largest Danish supplier group (with 92 member companies) to the global
One of the Danish suppliers exhibiting at Aqua Nor 2017 is Oxymat.The company manufactures on-site oxygen generators and agrees that there is great market potential within the aquaculture industry.
- in the next 10 years,’ said Jesper Sjögren CEO of Oxymat.
sizes in hatcheries. Bigger salmon use more oxygen and therefore oxygen demand increases through the supply chain.
’The use of oxygen is essential during the transportation of salmon by well
The oxygen market will years” 10
boats as well as in various processes to avoid the growing problems with sea lice.’
To meet demand, Oxymat is launching a new version of its PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption produce oxygen on-site, ensuring a higher growth ratio in the sea cages or land based tanks.
’Our generators enable an uninterrupted reliable source of oxygen produced directly at the external gas suppliers,’ said Sjögren.‘This reduces costs, and our new Oxymat On-site Oxygen Generator reduces energy consumption by 40 per cent.’ The Pavilion of Denmark is in Hall C, stand 222 and Hall D, stand 350.
Above: Danish suppliers.
Opposite page: Using the Oxymat On-site Oxygen can produce oxygen directly at the sea cages, making them external gas suppliers