Cambodia business delegation visited the largest Barramundi producer and supplier in the world, MainStream Aquaculture

PHNOM PENH: The Innovation and Development Investors Association (IDI) led by Dr. Hor SereyVath, Chairman of the Board of Directors, organized a site visit for delegation to meet with MainStream Aquaculture, a Barramundi fish farming and breeding technology company and the world's largest producing about 25 million Barramundi fishes annually to supply in the market.

The founder of the company warmly welcomed us and stated their ambitious plan to expand their business and bring technology to Southeast Asia. Next step, we plan to conduct a joint feasibility study for the investment in MainStream Aquaculture technology in Cambodia and establishing a distribution hub based in Cambodia to supply for local market and export to ASEAN market and other FTA markets.

Mainstream was founded in 2001 with a vision to build a “business for the future” by becoming the world's leading provider of recirculating aquaculture products. Over two decades of innovation, Mainstream Aquaculture has developed proprietary technology in the form of land-based aquaculture systems and a Barramundi selective breeding program that has enabled its growth. The vertically integrated company has become one of the largest Barramundi producers and suppliers in the world and has evolved its vision with the aim of becoming the world's leading supplier of premium white fish.

As part of promoting trade and investment between Cambodia and Australia, the Innovation and Development Investors Association (IDI) in partnership with ID Capital Plc. (IDC), (KE), Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC), and Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) organized an Agribusiness, Trade and Investment Mission to Australia of Cambodian companies operating in the agriculture and food sector.

The Mission organized in conjunction with Cambodia-Australia Business Forum and ASEAN-Australia Summit of the year. This is a unique opportunity for Cambodian companies operating in the agriculture and food sector to connect with Australian companies during the mission.

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