State-of-the-art Aquaculture Technologies to be Showcased at Aquaculture Taiwan Expo this September at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center

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By Milthon Lujan

Taipei, Taiwan.- Aquaculture Taiwan Expo & Forum (Aquaculture Taiwan) is the first exhibition in Taiwan only focusing on innovative, eco-friendly, sustainable aquaculture technologies. The show is organised by UBM Asia Ltd., Taiwan branch and officially co-organised by Council of Agriculture of Taiwan. Aquaculture Taiwan will take place from 28th-30th of September 2017 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, and will be held concurrently with Asia Agri-Tech Expo & Forum and Livestock Taiwan Expo & Forum.

Aquaculture Taiwan will see international brands from over 16 countries showcase state-of-the-art aquaculture technologies, disease and cure screening equipment and test kits, water quality control measurements, feed and feed additive products and formula, automatic aquaculture equipment, smart aquaculture systems and platforms, seafood processing equipment, seafood, and many more.

An exhibitor from Canada will debut their professional bioreactors for the aquaculture and biotech industry. The bioreactor is used to produce biosecure algae and rotifers on-site at aquaculture hatcheries. It can also be used to produce omega-3 oils and antioxidants in biotech. This bioreactor is fully automated, touchscreen controlled and self-cleaning.

Another exhibitor will display their professional full line of water testing instruments which measure pH, ORP, Temp., RH, DO, TDS, conductivity, turbidity and chlorine. 90% of their products are exported to all over the world. Companies such as Extech, Omega, Cole-Parmer, ATP, RS and ABB have been loyal customers of this exhibitor for a long time.

Other than advanced technologies and fancy smart equipment, series of thematic conferences given by top-notch speakers on topics including “An overview of Asian aquaculture,” “How to utilise 21st century know-how on traditional aquaculture industry?” etc., will also take place at the Expo.

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