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  • EVENTPreview/Review June 6 - 10, 2011 Online & accessible From: March 2011 - Until: June 2012
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  • P erendale Publishers Limited launches it’s ‘Event Preview/Review’ service for 2011. Each ‘Event Preview/Review’ will focus on one industry event completely, bringing you all the information you’ll need to know in order to attend. We will link you through to the organiser’s website for complete details and also through to those advertisers who are supporting the publication of this document.‘Event Preview/Review’ documents are digital and will be updated following the event to bringyou a variety of views on the outcome from various individuals and companies. The documentwill remain online until the next event takes place, providing useful information to those planningto attend the next! Contents 4 CoNfErENCE iNformaTioN Technical Program Tentative Schedule Conference time table (Tentative) 8 CoNfErENCE iNformaTioN World Aquaculture 2011 Sessions 10 World aquaCulTurE 2011: KEY faCTS Admission / Opening Hours Venue Hotel and Travel Visa Information 12 EXHiBiTor iNformaTioN Exhibitor List Provisional Floor PlanPlease join our Twitter list for World Aquaculture 2011 and we will keep you up-to-date on all thelatest information, changes and news relating to the event – and published in our digital EventPreview/Review document. 3
  • eVent newsWorld aquaCulTurE 2011 – aquaculture for a Changing WorldWorld Aquaculture 2003 in Salvador de Bahia was one of the most highly attended WASmeetings ever held. On June 7 – 10, 2011, the WAS, in conjunction with Fenacam, will onceagain hold a World Aquaculture meeting in Brazil; this time in the northeast city of Natal with itsbeautiful beaches, and diversified aquaculture sectors. For this meeting, attendance is expectedin excess of 3,000 participants, representing over 50 countries. The 4-day program will hostin excess of 60 sessions complementing general categories such as: Aquaculture and HumanHealth, Crustacean Culture, Finfish Culture, Mollusc Culture, Aquaculture for a Changing World,Production Systems, and Feedstuffs-Feeds-and Feed Additives; finishing up with assorted SpecialTopics including genetics, education, engineering, economics, and much more.These sessions will be augmented with a Farmers Day/Industry Program including a FenacamShrimp Farmers Session, and a Finfish Farmers Session with an emphasis on Tilapia, RecirculatingSystems, and Marketing. There will also be a series of short-courses available before theconference on June 6th including: Biofloc Technology, Marine Ornamental Species, ShrimpInfectious myonecrosis Virus (IMNV), and Job Opportunities for the Aquaculture Professional.An exciting and highly represented trade show and exhibition will also be held in conjunctionwith this meeting, with over 95% of booths, representing over 200 companies from more than30 different countries, already sold. For more information on the conference and trade showplease see www.was.org or contact Mario.stael@scarlet.be. Complementing this tremendousaquaculture event is an array of exciting farm tours which are planned both before and after theconference, with specific dates and details available at www.fenacam.com.br. Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
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  • ConferenCe informationTechnical Programaquaculture for a changing world finfish Culture Evolving to an ecosystem approach for aquaculture Finfish genetics Organic aquaculture: a new trend for a new society Finfish reproduction and broodstock management Aquaculture and climate change Finfish morphology and physiology Measuring sustainability in a changing world Finfish health Aquaculture and biodiversity: a new profitable approach Catfish, carp and other freshwater finfish species Periphyton-based aquaculture: productivity and Grouper, eel, bass and other finfish species profitability? Finfish larvae management and nutrition Animal welfare: a concern of consumers Finfish nutrition and feeding strategies Bio-remediation and nutrient recycling Carnivorous finfish feeds and nutrition Integrating finance into sustainability models Tilapia Achieving social responsibility in financially sustainable Tuna, cobia and yellowtails aquaculture development Flatfish Exotic species: environmental and economic impacts Salmonid aquaculture Best Management Practices and waste treatment Finfish markets, marketing and economics Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture mollusc Cultureaquaculture and Human Health Mollusc genetics and biotechnology Seafood for a healthy body and mind Mollusc reproduction, nutrition and grow-out Advances in seafood processing Environmental and health management Food safety and security Mussel culture Aquaculture certification Oyster culture Drugs and therapeutants Octopus culture Pearl and queen conch cultureProduction Systems Cage-culture other Species Culture Bio-floc systems Macroalgae Recirculation systems Microalgae: bioenergy and bioproducts Land-based pond culture Amphibian and reptile aquaculture Offshore aquaculture Ornamentals Brazilian indigenous speciesfeedstuffs, feeds and feed additives Plankton culture Feedstuffs and feed additives Culture of fish and crustaceans for bait Prebiotics and probiotics New candidate species Fish meal and oil extension Alternative feedstuffs and aquafeeds Special Topics Antimicrobials in aquaculture feeds Functional genomics in aquaculture Bio-economic modeling and aquacultureCrustacean Culture Aquaculture for the rural poor people Marine shrimp maturation and hatchery management Aquaculture engineering (AES session) Marine shrimp genetics Aquaculture economics (IAEEM session) Marine shrimp feed and nutrition Education, extension, and technology transfer Marine shrimp health Aquaculture policy and regulations Marine shrimp grow-out management R & D of aquaculture in Brazil Freshwater prawns - Macrobrachium Latin American and Caribbean aquaculture Crayfish, crabs and lobsters African aquaculture Shrimp markets, marketing and economics Student career seminar Freshwater Prawn Working Group - GTCAD Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
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  • ConferenCe informationTentative ScheduleMonday, June 6 Registration Open & Exhibit Set-up 1000 - 1700 VIP Reception 1730 - 1800 Opening Ceremonies 1800 - 1900 Welcome Reception 1900 - 2100Tuesday, June 7 Registration Open 0730 - 1700 Awards & Plenary Session 0830 - 1030 Refreshment Break 1030 - 1130 Trade Show Open 1030 - 1900 Sessions 1130 - 1230 Lunch 1230 - 1400 Sessions 1400 - 1730 Happy Hour & Posters 1730 - 1900 Student Reception 1900 - 2100Wednesday, June 8 Registration Open 0800 - 1500 Sessions 0830 - 1030 Refreshment Break & Posters 1030 - 1100 Sessions 1100 - 1230 Trade Show Open 1030 - 1900 Lunch 1230 - 1400 Sessions 1400 - 1530 Refreshment Break & Posters 1530 - 1600 Sessions 1600 - 1730 Happy Hour & Posters 1730 - 1900Thursday, June 9 Registration Open 0800 - 1500 Sessions 0830 - 1030 Refreshment Break & Posters 1030 - 1100 Sessions 1100 - 1200 Trade Show Open 1030 - 1700 Lunch 1200 - 1330 Sessions 1330 - 1500 Refreshment Break & Posters 1500 - 1530 Sessions 1530 - 1730 Exhibit Move-out 1700 - 2200 President’s Reception 1930 - 2200Friday, June 10 Sessions 0830 - 1000 Refreshment Break & Posters 1000 - 1030 Sessions 1030 - 1200 Lunch 1200 - 1330 Sessions 1330 - 1500 Refreshment Break & Posters 1500 - 1530 Sessions 1530 - 1700 Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
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  • ConferenCe informationConference time table (Tentative)Tuesday, June 7Grouper, Eel, Bass and Other Marine Finfish Species 11:30 12:30Student Career Seminar 11:30 12:30VIII International Shrimp Farming Symposium FENECAM 11:30 12:30Finfish Nutrition and Feeding Strategies 11:30 17:30Evolving to an Ecosystem Approach for Aquaculture 11:30 17:30Freshwater Prawn - GTCAD Working Group - Workshop 11:30 17:30Tuna and Yellowtails 14:00 15:30Marine Shrimp Health 14:00 17:30Recirculating Systems 14:00 17:30Education, Extension, and Technology Transfer 14:00 17:30Latin American and Caribbean Aquaculture 14:00 17:30IAFI 14:00 17:30Farmers Finfish Session 14:00 17:30Catfish, Carp and Other Freshwater Finfish Species 16:00 17:30Wednesday, June 8Advances in Aquafood Processing 8:30 10:30Marine Shrimp Genetics 8:30 10:30Periphyton-based Aquaculture: Productivity and Profitability? 8:30 10:30Sea Ranching 8:30 10:30Oyster Culture 8:30 12:30Brazilian Indigenous Species 8:30 12:30Finfish Nutrition and Feeding Strategies - continued 8:30 12:30VIII International Shrimp Farming Symposium FENECAM – con’t 8:30 12:30Finfish Health 8:30 17:30Aquaculture Engineering Session (AES) 8:30 17:30Marine Shrimp Maturation and Hatchery Management 11:00 12:30Open Ocean Aquaculture 11:00 12:30Food Safety and Security 11:00 15:30Sustainable Aquaculture: General 11:00 17:30Cage-Culture 14:00 15:30R & D of Aquaculture in Brazil 14:00 15:30Cobia 14:00 17:30Mussels, Pearl, Clams, Scallops and Queen Conch Culture 14:00 17:30Farmers Finfish Session - continued 14:00 17:30Microalgae: Bioenergy and Bioproducts 16:00 17:30Thursday, June 9Measuring Sustainability in a Changing World 8:30 10:30Feed Additives for Health 8:30 10:30Antimicrobials in Aquaculture Feeds 8:30 10:30Scientific Publication in Aquaculture 8:30 10:30Mollusc Reproduction, Nutrition and Growout 8:30 12:30VIII International Shrimp Farming Symposium FENECAM – con’t 8:30 12:30Fish Meal and Oil Extention 8:30 12:30Freshwater Prawns - Macrobrachium 8:30 15:00 Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
  • Finfish Physiology, Morphology and Reproduction 8:30 17:30 Aquaculture Economics (IAEEM) 8:30 17:30 Functional Genomics in Aquaculture 11:00 12:00 Drugs and Therapeutants 11:00 15:00 Tilapia 11:00 17:30 Octopus Culture 13:30 15:00 Achieving Social Responsibility in Financially Sustainable Aquaculture Development 13:30 15:00 European Community 13:30 15:00 Marine Shrimp Feed and Nutrition 13:30 17:30 Alternative Feedstuffs and Aquafeeds 13:30 17:30 General Crustacean Culture (Cray fish, crabs, lobsters etc) 15:30 17:30 Amphibion and Reptile Aquaculture 15:30 17:30 Aquaculture for Rural Poor People 15:30 17:30 friday, June 10 Mollusc Environmental and Health Management 8:30 10:00 Aquaculture Policy and Regulations 8:30 10:00 Finfish Genetics 8:30 12:30 Best Management Practices and Waste Treatment 8:30 12:30 VIII International Shrimp Farming Symposium FENECAM – con’t 8:30 12:30 FinFish Contributed 8:30 17:00 Ornamentals 8:30 17:00 Bio-floc Systems 8:30 17:00 Mollusc Genetics and Biotechnology 10:30 12:00 General Aquaculture Contributed 10:30 17:00 Finfish Larvae Management and Nutrition 13:30 17:00 Alternative Therapies (pre and probiotics) 13:30 17:00 Marine Shrimp Feed and Nutrition - continued 13:30 17:00 N Aq Me ua etBetter Performance cu us ltr a e, t W Nutrattract - natural feed attractant Na o ta rld Better Fecundity lB ra zil T Nutrafeed - Crustacean semi-moist maturation diet Nutra-Kol Pty Ltd o Better stress resistance Western Australia, Australia co Nutragreen - natural herbal remedies Tel: +61 8 9403 2287 Fax: +61 8 9403 2287 Naturally... Email: info@nutrakol.com ‘Tailor--made’ Nutrition and natural health solutions for broodstock and larvaeNutroKol_190x58mm.indd 1 16/02/2011 11:38 11
  • ConferenCe information World aquaculture 2011 Sessions WORLD AQUACULTURE 2011 SESSIONSTue Jun 7 8:30 - Opening & 10:30 Plenary 1130 - VIII International Freshwater Prawn Student 12:30 Shrimp Farming GTCAD Career Seminar Finfish Nutrition 14:00 - Farmers Recirculating Working Group Education, Extension, and Feeding 17:30 Finfish Systems Workshop & Technology Transfer Strategies 17:30 - 19:00 Happy Hours and Posters 19:00 - 21:00 Student ReceptionWed Jun 8 8:30 - VIII International Continued 10:30 Shrimp Farming Oyster Culture Finfish Nutrition 11:00 - Symposium Aquaculture Finfish and Feeding 12:30 Fenecam Engineering Health Strategies H 14:00 - (AES Session) Mussels, Pearl, 15:30 Farmers Clams, Scallops Cobia 16:00 - Finfish and Queen Conch 17:30 Culture Bi 17:30 - 19:00 Posters & Happy HourThu Jun 9 8:30 - VIII International Mollusc Feed Additives 10:30 Shrimp Farming Aquaculture Reproduction, Finfish for Health 11:00 - Symposium Economics Nutrition and Physiology, 12:00 Fenecam (IAEEM session) Growout Morphology 13:30 - Octopus Culture and Tilapia 15:00 Marine Shrimp Reproduction 15:30 - Feed and Nutrition Amphibion & 17:30 Reptile Aquaculture 19:30 - 22:00 Presidents ReceptionFri Jun 10 8:30 - VIII International Mollusc Envirn. 10:00 Shrimp Farming Health Management Finfish Genetics 10:30 - Symposium Ornamentals Mollusc Genetics FinFish 12:00 Fenecam and Biotechnology Contributed 13:30 - Finfish 15:00 Marine Shrimp Larvae 15:30 - Feed and Nutrition Management & 17:00 continued Nutrition 17:00 - 18:00 Closing Cocktail Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
  • Tue Jun 7 8:30 - 10:30 Evolving to an Latin American & Grouper, Eel, Bass 1130 - Ecosystem Approach Caribbean & Other Marine Finfish 12:30 Marine Shrimp for Aquaculture Aquaculture Tuna and Yellowtails 14:00 - Health IAFI Other Freshwater Finfish 17:30 17:30 - 19:00 19:00 - 21:00 Marine Shrimp Periphyton-based Brazilian Advances in Wed Jun 8 8:30 - Genetics Aquaculture Indigenous Aquafood Processing Sea Ranching 10:30 Marine Shrimp Species Open Ocean 11:00 -Hatchery Management Food Safety Aquaculture 12:30 Sustainable R & D of and 14:00 - Aquaculture: General Aquaculture in Brazil Security Cage-Culture 15:30 Microalgae: 16:00 -ioenergy & Bioproducts 17:30 17:30 - 19:00 Measuring Fish Meal and Antimicrobials in Scientific Publication Thu Jun 9 8:30 - Freshwater Sustainability Oil Extention Aquaculture Feeds in Aquaculture 10:30 Prawns - Functional Genomics 11:00 - Macrobrachium Drugs in Aquaculture 12:00 Achieving Social and European Community 13:30 - Responsibility Alternative Therapeutants 15:00 General Aquaculture for Feedstuffs and 15:30 - Crustacean Culture the Rural Poor People Aquafeeds 17:30 19:30 - 22:00 Best Management Aquaculture Policy Fri Jun 10 8:30 - Practices and and Regulations 10:00 Bio-floc Systems Waste Treatment 10:30 - General 12:00 Aquaculture 13:30 - Alternative Therapies Contributed 15:00 15:30 - 17:00 17:00 - 18:00 13
  • world aquaCulture 2011: KeY faCtsadmission / opening HoursxxxxThe organisersWorld Aquaculture 2011 Conference ManagerP.O. Box 2302, Valley Center, CA 92082 USATel: +1 760 7515005Fax: +1 760 7515003Email: worldaqua@aol.comWeb: www.was.orgVenueNatal Convention Center, Natal, BrazilHotel and TravelSpecial airfares and hotel prices have been arranged for visiting Natal. Contact arituba Turismothe official show travel agency below who can help with airline reservations. Contact: Aline OliveiraThey also will make your reservation at all the hotels that have special rates for Email: aline@arituba.com.brattendees of World Aquaculture 2011. To get the special hotel rates, please book Tel: +55 84 3133-3880through Arituba Turismo. Web: www.arituba.com.brVisa informationBe sure to check with the Brazilian Embassy to see if you need a visa to enter Brazil from your country. Be sure tostart the visa application process early to make sure you get the visa in time.http://www.brazil.org.uk/embassy/index.html
  • “Natal is located in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte, which is the second-largest producer of oil in Brazil. Natal is an administrative center for oil production, and also exports a large amount of shark cartilage to Japan. Other exports include mangos, guavas, and cashew nuts”“The word “Natal” meansChristmas in Portuguese!” “Natal is the capital city of the northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil” “The total area of the city of Natal is 170 square kilometers” “ The population of Natal is approximately 720,000 people”
  • Natal Convention CentereXHiBitor information Natal, Brazil June 6 -10, 2011 Provisional floor Plan BREAKS 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 16 83 85 87 89 139 141 143 209 211 213 215 15 82 84 86 88 138 140 142 208 210 212 214 225 226 75 77 79 81 133 135 137 201 203 205 207 14 74 76 78 80 132 134 136 200 202 204 206 227 67 69 71 73 127 129 131 193 195 197 199 13 66 68 70 72 126 128 130 192 194 196 198 228 12 229 59 61 63 65 121 123 125 185 187 189 191 11 58 60 62 64 120 122 124 184 186 188 190 230 10 51 53 55 57 115 117 119 177 179 181 183 9 50 52 56 56 114 116 118 176 178 180 182 231 8 232 43 45 47 49 109 111 113 169 171 173 175 42 44 46 48 108 110 112 168 170 172 174 BREAKS 7 35 37 39 41 103 105 107 161 163 165 167 6 34 36 38 40 102 104 106 160 162 164 166 5 234 27 29 31 33 97 99 101 153 155 157 159 4 26 28 30 32 16 18 100 152 154 156 158 235 3 236 19 21 23 25 91 93 95 145 147 149 151 2 237 18 20 22 24 90 92 94 144 146 148 150Exhibitor1list 238 289 240 241 242 MAIN ENTRANCEstand Company name Country1-3 Aquatic Ecosystems Usa4 In-Situ Usa5 Reed Mariculture Usa7 Ese & Intec Usa8 Sbae Belgium9 Revista Panorama Da Aquicultura Brazil10+11 Advanfis Malaysia13 A-Mi Corp. Korea14 Ec Dg Research Eu17 Ceara Brazil18 Blocked For Sponsor19 Blocked For Sponsor20 Blocked For Sponsor21 Blocked For Sponsor22 Guabi Brazil Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
  • 26-33 Malta Cleyton Mexico 34 Wenger Usa 35 Gtc Nutrition Usa 36-38 Brusinox Brazil 42 Biomar Brazil 46-47 Ziegler Usa 48-49 Prilabsa Brazil 50-51 Engepesca Brazil 52 Piscicultura Fine Fish Brazil 53 Xpertsea Canada 54 Coopecon Aquavalepratigi Alimentos Brazil 58-60 Aquativ France 62 Larvi Aquicultura Brazil 63-65 Faivre France 64 Etec Colombia 66 Nutrakol Australia 67 Blue Aqua Singapore 72-73 Instrutherm Brazil 74 Ibram Brazil 80 Zhejiang Fordy Machinery Ltd China 79/81 Genereach Taiwan 90-93 Novus Usa 94-95 Ispah Usa 96 Akvaforsk Inc. Norway 98-100 Bernauer BrazilProcess Technology and Complete Plants- for the Aqua Feed Industry In 2008 ANDRITZ FEED & BIOFUEL delivered a complete solution to Ems- land-Aller Aqua in Germany. Having built Europe’s most modern fish feed factory in Golßen, Emsland-Aller Aqua has an optimum playing field. With the aid of the most modern machines available, e. g. the latest in extruder technology, product developments can also be put into practice quickly.New process lines and plants • Process equipment upgrades and replacements • Spare-and wear parts • Service and maintenance programmes • Optimization and support.Leading technologies - Global presence - Local service Together, we make it work!ANDRITZ FEED & BIOFUELEurope, Asia and South America: andritz-fb@andritz.comUSA and Canada: andritz-fb.us@andritz.com www.andritz.com 17
  • eXHiBitor information99 Icc Industrial Brazil102 Aquatec Brazil108 Emicol Brazil110 Inve Usa114-119 Fri-Ribe / Nutreco Brazil120-124 Guaraves - Aquavita Brazil126-131 Ecomar Brazil132-136 Trevisan / Acquasystem Brazil144-151 Evialis France152-155 Irca Brazil156 Ocean Food Brazil160 Poli-Nutri Brazil164-167 Alltech Usa168-169 Camanor Brazil170-172 Alisul Brazil176 Sansuy Brazil180 Wiley Blackwell Usa182 Ernetec Brazil183 Innovative Heat Concept Llc Usa184-189 Embrapa Brazil190 Integral Mix Brazil192-193 Aquamar Brazil196 Agroinova Brazil197 Panorama Acuícola Magazine Mexico198 Acqua Imagem Brazil199 Singapore Biotrade Singapore Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011
  • 200-206 Marine Equipment Brazil 208 Nutriad Brazil 218-219 Bnb Brazil 226-227 Banco Do Brasil Brazil 228-230 Acquamaster Bolivia 231 Servimar Norte Brazil 232 Intermas Sl Spain 233 Conffidence Eu 234-235 Biomin Austria 236 Auburn University Usa 237 Andritz Feed & Biofuel Usa 238-239 Was 2011 World 240 Empy Real 75 Usa 241 Alfakit Brazil 242 Northwest Marine Techn Usa 243 Rio Grande Do Norte Brazil Griffin Industries Inc Usa Engormix Argentina Intrafish Norway Aquafeed Uk Asiamedialine Malaysia Awf World Infopesca Uruguay Xpertsea Canada Wiley Blackwell Usa Naturally ahead Naturally ahead in phytogenics! Biomin® P.E.P. is made with a unique blend of essential oils and a functional carrier to provide a synergistic formula. It is designed specifically to support digestion and improve feed conversion. For enquiry, please e-mail aqua@biomin.net www.aqua.biomin.netAd_PEP_IAF_CIL_4_11.indd 1 20.04.11 08:42 19
  • The beach at Natal Perendale Publishers - Event Preview/Review of World aquaculture 2011 Is produced by Perendale Publishers Ltd For more information visit: www.perendale.co.uk