Aller Aqua Founding Gold Sponsors of WAS African Chapter
To continuously support the development and growth of aquaculture in Africa, Aller Aqua are proud to be founding sponsors of the African Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS).
In recent years Aller Aqua has grown significantly in the African markets. This has happened based on the company’s “Let’s grow together approach” paired with the quality of the feed, the results the feed creates for customers and not least dedicated staffs and knowledgesharing.
“It is important for us to continue to have a positive impact on aquaculture globally. Aquaculture is experiencing significant growth, particularly in Africa, and it is vital to support initiatives which help ensure that growth of aquaculture is facilitated all over Africa. This is done through research as well as sharing knowledge. Besides our own activities, we can help achieve this through our support of the WAS African Chapter and their efforts. I am pleased that WAS have chosen to focus on aquaculture in Africa and through the African Chapter recognize the large diversity on the continent. We experience it when meeting with customers from the various African countries” Niels Lundgaard, Commercial Director for Africa explains.
On 7th November 2018, all requirements for formation of the African Chapter, WAS were completed and the WAS Board voted the African Chapter into official status. Word Aquaculture Society states in their official announcement that this result follows much hard work by many people and organizations after the African Chapter concept developed initial momentum during World Aquaculture 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa, of which Aller Aqua was Gold Sponsor.
Aller Aqua has factories in Egypt and Zambia, and subsidiaries in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. We distribute feeds to Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Benin, Cameroon, Angola, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Madagascar.
Read the official press release from WAS here.