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AgriMarine Joins Industry Experts At Boston Show

by the Fish Site Editor
21 March 2011, at 12:00am

US - AgriMarine Holdings, the leader in floating closed containment technology and production for sustainable aquaculture, is pleased to announce its attendance and participation at the International Boston Seafood Show taking place on March 20-22, 2011 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

Phil Fitzpatrick, Senior Advisor at AgriMarine has been invited to present during the Salmon Summit being held on Monday, March 21st at 12:30pm. The panel of industry experts will discuss the issues surrounding the sustainability, health aspects and marketing of salmon, one of the world's most popular fish. Commenting on the opportunity to reach a large and knowledgeable audience, Phil Fitzpatrick remarked, "Commercial scale-up of new technology will lead to change and improved farming practices. AgriMarine is strategically positioned in this new frontier as major customers commit to sustainable seafood policies and are demanding improvements to current farming practices".

"This show is an international platform where the seafood industry comes together to network, identify trends and learn about the latest in seafood technology and products," said Mary Larkin, Vice President of Seafood Expositions.

Since 1982, The International Boston Seafood Show has attracted thousands of seafood professionals from more than 130 countries, making it the largest annual seafood show in the United States. Attendees include buyers from leading restaurants, hotels, resorts, institutions, seafood markets and supermarkets, as well as distributors/wholesalers, processors, importers, exporters, brokers and traders. The show features approximately 870 exhibitors in more than 1,700 booths representing all facets of the seafood industry including fresh, frozen, live, value added, branded and private label, as well as processing equipment and services ranging from machinery to refrigeration.

the Fish Site Editor