AquaMaof said Alon was one of the most prominent figures in Israeli aquaculture industry, with almost 30 years of experience in the full range of aquaculture disciplines.
He has been chief executive of Dagon - Ma’agan Michael fish breeding centre since 2011, gaining extensive experience in supporting customers all over the world.
The centre produces a range of marine and freshwater fingerlings including hybrid striped bass and barramundi fingerlings, as well as sea bream, sea bass, red drum, carps and tilapia.
Dagon also offers an aquaculture innovation and consulting services.
“We are delighted to welcome on board Guy Alon, one of the top managers in Israel in the field of aquaculture,” said AquaMaof chief executive David Hazut in a press release.
“Guy will take on the important role of leading the operations relating to what is a core value for the company, encompassing the entire spectrum of AquaMaof’s operations – customer success. In all our customer dealings, from the first contact, until the installation and operation of an advanced RAS facility, our primary goal is the success of our customer. We wish Guy every success in this important task.”
Alon said: “I look forward to contributing my experience to help expand the company’s customer service offerings, as part of the company’s vision and strategy to continue investing resources in this area, and advancing it to even higher professional levels.”
AquaMaof is currently working on several large-scale production facilities with a combined annual capacity of more than 60,000 tonnes in Canada, Japan, Russia, US, France, Chile, and elsewhere.