Aller Aqua continues to support the African Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society

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By Milthon Lujan

Wirh the continued support, Aller Aqua shows it’s dedication to the development of the aquaculture sector in Africa.


As founding gold sponsors of the African Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (WASAC), we are happy to announce that we have renewed our sponsorship for another three years.

“The aquaculture sector continues to grow in Africa, and there is still a great deal of unrealised potential. It is an exciting continent and we are proud to take part in driving the development here through the feeding solutions we deliver. We want to help develop the market through expanding aquaculture. We want to train farmers and share knowledge. Together with WASAC we can reach more farmers and be more visible on this continent. We have had great cooperation for the past three years, and we are therefore excited to sign as gold sponsors of the African Chapter for yet another three years. It also shows our dedication to the continent.” Ole Haubro, Sales Director, Africa explains.

Aller Aqua has remained dedicated to the African market for many years and has two factories on the continent. One in Zambia and one in Egypt, host country of the first Aquaculture Africa (AFRAQ) conference re-scheduled for March 2022. 

CEO of Aller Aqua Egypt, Hussien Mansour, states: “It has been a great pleasure that the first AFRAQ is hosted in Egypt, which has the largest aquaculture industry in Africa. We can see the benefits of supporting the African Chapter of WAS in terms of sharing knowledge and research in Africa. It benefits the entire value chain locally in Egypt, but also in all of Africa. We invite you to visit us at the upcoming AFRAQ in Alexandria in March to learn more about us, our feeding solutions and how we contribute to the development of the aquaculture sector across the Continent.”

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Aller Aqua has just finished three years as founding gold sponsors and will now continue the sponsorship until 2024.

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