Posted: Thu Dec 02, 2010 11:42 pm Post subject: AQUA AQUARIA INDIA 2011 - Asia's Largest Aqua Show!
AQUA AQUARIA INDIA 2011
one of the largest aquaculture and aquarium shows in Asia, hosted by the Marine Products Exports Development Authority (MPEDA). Hitherto MPEDA had been organizing the aqua and aquaria shows separately and for the first time, both the events INDAQUA and INDAQUARIA has been clubbed together as AQUA AQUARIA and is being hosted by MPEDA from 6th to 8th February 2011, at Chennai.
GREEN CERTIFICATION & BLACK TIGER
MPEDA has initiated a scheme for “Green certification of Ornamental Fish”. We believe it is the first of its kind in the world. The vision of this scheme is “Conservation and sustainable development of ornamental fish sector" involving collection, farming and marketing through a value chain system enabling certification at all stages.
TECHNICAL SESSIONS & EXHIBITION
The three days event comprises technical sessions to be conducted by the renowned International experts on aquaculture and ornamental fish, providing technical and marketing support in both the fields.
The show envisages apart from technical sessions, participation of International and Indian exhibitors in large numbers. 230 stalls exclusively 100 stalls for aquaculture, 100 stalls for ornamental fish, 20 stalls for machinery and equipments, feed, packaging, additives, aquarium accessories and equipments, 10 stalls for aqua products will be available to exhibitors from India and abroad to showcase the latest available technologies and quality inputs.
PARTICIPATION OF FARMERS
Apart from participation of International and Indian delegates and exhibitors, more than 750 farmers from various states who are engaged in fish farming particularly ornamental fish and Black tiger Shrimp are likely to participate in the event with an opportunity to learn about the trade and to get updated on the latest technologies of production and marketing.
The show provides excellent opportunity for the farmers to learn about the advancement in technology and practices both nationally and internationally in both the sectors. It will also be a forum especially for the ornamental fish growers to exhibit their products for marketing.
This year we have improved our website with a view of automating the entire online registration process. Delegates can register online and can attend the various technical sessions and seminars by renowned aquaculture and ornamental fishes culture experts from Europe and various parts of the world.
Companies who are interested in exhibiting can book their stalls online, by choosing the stalls at their discretion. We have over 230 stalls exclusively 100 stalls for aquaculture, 100 stalls for ornamental fish, 20 stalls for machinery and equipments, feed, packaging, additives, aquarium accessories and equipments, 10 stalls for aqua products.
We have early-bird registration scheme untill 31st December, 2010 with 25% discount in stall rates.
Posted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:48 am Post subject: Re: AQUA AQUARIA INDIA 2011 - Asia's Largest Aqua Show!
World renowned experts on aquaculture and aquariculture would be speakers in the technical session as part of Aqua Aquaria India 2011. Some of the proposed technical sessions are listed below. Delegates, Exhibitors will have access to all the technical sessions.
Subject - Speakers
BMPs in Tiger shrimp Aquaculture and future prospects - Dr. Darryl E.Jory, USA
Hatchery Operation of L.Vannamei under bio-Secured conditions by using SPF brood stock - Dr.Steve Arce, USA
Farming practice of L.Vannammei across the world with reference to India - Dr.Balasubhramaniam, India
High Quality brood stock devolopment of Scampi - Dr. Amir Sagi, Israel
Potential for Cluster Organic shrimp farming in India - Dr.Jens Kahle, Germany
Sustainability and emerging issues in market access for aquaculture products - Dr.Melanie Siggs Seaweb,UK
Green Certification of Ornamental Fishes - Dr. A. Ramachandran, Cochin
Marine ornamentals: Market expectations - Svein A Fossa, Norway
EU market for ornamental fish - Joseph Itzkovich, Israel
Ornamental fish health in transit - Dr. Alex Ploeg, OFI
An update on the Global Ornamental Fish Trade - Dr. Alex Ploeg, OFI
Re-circulating system for ornamental fish production - Dr. Krishnakumar, Chennai
Biosecurity and health management - Shane Willis, Australia
Collection and breeding of marine crustaceans and Sea anemones - Dr. Nuno Simoes, Mexico
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