Salmon Aquaculture in the North-West. What’s happening and what does the future hold?
The Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in partnership with Salmon Tasmania, invites you to a business breakfast to consider the future of salmon aquaculture in the North-West.
Tasmania’s three salmon companies and the many local businesses who form part of the aquaculture supply chain in this State, collectively employ around 400 North-West Coasters across a range of areas including fish farming, processing, feed production, transport, and logistics. The salmon aquaculture industry has been a part of the Devonport and Latrobe communities for decades, with Petuna, Huon Aquaculture, BioMar, Debruyn Transport, Fresh Freight, among others, all major employers in the local economy.
We’ll discuss the outlook for the industry, explain what is happening with Macquarie Harbour and how the industry is contributing to effort to save the Maugean Skate, and consider opportunities for more businesses on the Coast to be a part of Australia’s largest seafood industry.
Leading the conversation over breakfast will be three key figures in the Tasmanian salmon aquaculture industry:
- David Whyte, Managing Director, BioMar Australia.
- Depha Miedecke, General Manager – Technical & Strategy, Petuna Group
- Luke Martin, CEO, Salmon Tasmania
Please join us for a plated breakfast.
BOOK NOW: Please RSVP by Sunday 26 November to secure your spot at this insightful event.
Enquiries to Tina – 0400 136 971