Jurong Fishery Port closure: S’pore has activated other supply routes, says Grace Fu
Senoko Fishery Port has been activated, and major wholesalers have also been asked to increase their stocks.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Soul of Business: Seafood Strategy: Aquaculture is key to prevent sustainability crisis – MONEY FM 89.3 – Omny.fm
On Soul of Business, experts have come out saying land grown foods alone will not be sufficient to feed the global population both in volume and diversity of food required. Shehzad Haque speaks with Andreas von Scholten, CEO of Barramundi Group,to get more insight as well as the solution to this sus…
CEO offers key insights into Barramundi Group and beyond
Andreas von Scholten, CEO of Barramundi Group, talks about the future of aquaculture, the importance of vaccines and building the company’s ground-breaking operations in Brunei.
Building Asia with UOB – Barramundi Group | UOB ASEAN Insights
In this episode, Andreas von Scholten, CEO of Barramundi Group, shares how UOB supported the company in building a more sustainable, end-to-end business model.
Fishing For Sustainable Growth – Barramundi Group
Dive into an innovative and sustainable farm off Singapore’s coast to discover the Barramundi Group’s unique farm to fork story.
Singapore set for aquaculture genetics and nutrition projects
Four projects involving research into aquaculture genetics and nutrition in Singapore have recently been awarded funding.
UOB rolls out green trade finance facilities
UOB has extended green trade finance facilities to two clients to help them build on their sustainability initiatives and strengthen their supply chain resilience. The clients are Musim Mas Group, a global distributor of palm oil and its derivative products, and Barramundi Group, an aquaculture comp…
New industry guidelines, framework to ramp up green finance in Singapore
A FINANCIAL industry taskforce, convened by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has launched a guide for climate-related disclosures and a framework for green trade finance.
Singapore to fund eight urban aquaculture projects
Eight urban aquaculture projects are among the 12 projects chosen to receive a share of $23 million in funding from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA).
Study to assess viability of southern waters for fish farming
Amid initiatives to ramp up local food production, the authorities here are looking into the possibility of commercial fish farming in the waters south of the mainland.. Read more at straitstimes.com.