For the first time, Aker BioMarine was present at the hemisphere's leading aquaculture exhibition held in Puerto Montt, spreading the word about the proven benefits of Antarctic krill-based ingredients. Furthermore, the company officially opened a Chile based entity.
For the first time, Aker BioMarine was present at AquaSur 2022 international fair in Puerto Montt (Los Lagos region, Chile). This is the most important aquaculture exhibition in the southern hemisphere, with the participation of numerous national and international exhibitors, giving an account of the latest advances and innovations in products and services for the sector.
Since late 2021, Aker BioMarine has been present in Chile in order to strengthen its QRILL™ Aqua brand in national salmon farming, establishing important relationships with customers and with the industry in general. But this year, Aker BioMarine officially announced the debut of its Chile based entity and for the first time, the company participated in the international fair AquaSur, getting even closer to the local market. At stand B 248, the QRILL™ Aqua brand was on display, showcasing the many benefits of its krill meal ingredient to the aquaculture world.
“At Aker BioMarine (QRILL Aqua) we are committed to aquaculture here in Chile”, said Valentina Tapia, Sales Director for QRILL in Chile. "We are very excited to have participated in AquaSur and to have been able to share our knowledge with experts who appreciate the value of krill for aquaculture", she mentioned. The executive added, "We were able to spread a lot of information about the growth and expansion that QRILL Aqua is having in Chile and demonstrate the new scientific findings that support the sustainability and efficiency of these ingredients.”
"We are very excited to have participated in AquaSur and to have been able to share our knowledge with experts who appreciate the value of krill for aquaculture"
Valentina Tapia, Sales Director for QRILL in Chile
AquaSur 2022, organized by FISA (a leader in the fishing and aquaculture sectors), was attended by 13.000 visitors from more than 250 companies and more than 1,000 exhibitor brands from countries such as Chile, Norway, the United States, Spain, Denmark, Canada, China, Japan, Korea, France and Portugal, among others.