Reference to article posted by James Wright Is a ‘baby food’ bottleneck looming for aquaculture? Many R&D projects were set-up with the goal of reaching that holy grail of Artemia replacement. I agree with Sergio Nates that it will be very difficult to find a complete replacement. What we have seen so far are rather…
I&V-BIO is proud to announce its celebrating the 2nd year of I&V-Bio Indonesia, Lampung!
I&V-BIO supports the fight against Covid-19. Good hygiene is important!
I&V Bio team had another successful weekend at the “Thai Shrimp Day” event held on February 15-16 2020 @ Wang Thai Hotel, Surat Thani Province.
We are proud to introduce the launch of our latest I&V Bio facility in Ecuador!
I&V Bio Co., Ltd. is honored to be exhibiting and launching booth for the first time in Chachoengsao province. In this event, we had the chance to meet with customers who have a variety of choices for aquaculture such as sea shrimp, lobster, sea bass, crab and tilapia.
I&V Bio is extremely proud to announce that our brand new Artemia nauplii facility is ready to deliver the Vietnamese Aquaculture market. INSTART 1 is now available.
I&V-BIO completed construction of a state of the art facility in Kakinada, India in partnership with the GEEKAY group.