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The sold-out cleaner fish summit features an international line-up of speakers.
The sold-out cleaner fish summit features an international line-up of speakers.

The first ever International Cleaner Fish Summit is under way at the Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow, with 180 industry practitioners from the Faroes, Iceland, Ireland, Norway and Scotland attending.

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Co-hosted by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) in partnership with the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF), the sold-out event features an international line-up of speakers on cleaner-fish themes including transportation, deployment, cohabitation, sustainability, health and nutrition, along with the range of tools and support now available to practitioners.

Wrasse are effective at combating sea lice.
Wrasse are effective at combating sea lice.

Heather Jones, chief executive of SAIC, said: “Greater sea lice control has been one of our priorities since day one, as has sharing the insights gleaned from SAIC-supported projects with the wider Scottish aquaculture sector. So to see our industry and academic partners exchange the knowledge being gained with their industry and international peers is a truly landmark moment.”

The summit has benefited from the support of a range of partners from participating countries, including gold partners Scottish Sea Farms; silver partners BioMar and StofnFiskur; and bronze partners AquaGen, EWOS, HiddenFjord, Patogen and Skretting.

Exhibitors include Aquality, JETE Innovation, OK Marine, Pacific Trading and Skjerneset fisk AS.

The summit finishes on Wednesday.

 

 

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