For most of our employees working at BioMar is not just a job. They experience that they have highly interesting work, good colleagues and a true possibility to impact the development of an efficient and sustainable global aquaculture. At BioMar you will meet many different groups of employees ranging from leading researchers to newly educated process operators.

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    Working cross-borders

    All new employees arrive at BioMar with dreams and aspirations.

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    BioMar appoints new MD for Vietnam

    From February, the BioMar Viet Uc joint venture in Vietnam will be headed by Managing Director Duong Anh Tu, who has an extensive commercial experience from the feed and food sector in Asia.

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    BioMar stops all commercial activities with and within Russia

    Following the invasion of Ukraine, BioMar Group shuts down all trade activities with Russia. The decision includes sales of finished products as well as the sourcing of raw materials.

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    Tomorrow is a new challenge

    In the heart of BioMar work are our process operators.

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    BioMar appoints Managing Director in Australia

    BioMar is pleased to announce the appointment of David Whyte as the Managing Director of their new fish feed manufacturing plant in Tasmania.

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    Special bag design marks 60 years with BioMar

    BioMar marks 60 years in aquaculture with specially designed feed bags at the Brande production facility where it all started.

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    Dr. Kyla Zatti: a journey of hard work and innovation in fish nutrition

    At BioMar, we are honoured to work with a group of brilliant and dedicated North American women driving aquaculture development.

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    BioMar and Earthworm Foundation take lead on responsible shrimp

    Earthworm Foundation, an international non-profit undertaking social and environmental projects, is partnering with BioMar to drive responsible shrimp projects in Ecuador.

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    Mutual growth

    At BioMar we strive to develop our staff. Taking part in developing the business is often a very effective basis for mutually beneficial growth.

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    Dr. Helen Hamilton: a story about passion in sustainability

    Helen Hamilton, Global Sustainability Manager at BioMar Group, is one of our North American women who has made significant contributions to the aquaculture industry

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    I am passionate about my work!

    At BioMar, celebrating a 25th, 30th, and even a 40th or more years’ work anniversary happens quite often as we have many colleagues who have been with us for many years.

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    Is farmed seafood sustainable?

    Sustainable production of aquaculture products is about taking informed choices.

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