Industry News

The shrimp industry is never static. In this increasingly dynamic world of aquaculture, Global Gen endeavors to update you on our latest developments and general industry news.

Industry News

Unlocking genetic potential with Global Gen

At Global Gen we believe that sustainability and shrimp farming performance begins with better genetics. As our genetic selection program continuously evolves so too does the ability for our shrimp fry to perform across Asia. One of Global Gen’s customers in North Sumatra, Indonesia, is unlocking this growth potential of our Vannamei broodstock genetics. Using …read more

Global Gen Invited to judge the Aquaculture Innovation Challenge 2019 (Indonesia)

Following the highly successful competition in Vietnam which saw a firm that produces fish feed from insects take home a cash price of VND 250 million, the AIC is at it again but this time in wonderful Indonesia.¬† The AIC or Aquaculture Innovation Challenge is all about seeking¬†bright minds from across the world and enabling …read more

Annual Meeting for Global Gen China shrimp breeding operations

Global Gen SPF vannamei breeders by PT Bibit Unggul, have been marketed in China since 2009 and are currently seeing great success in new markets in northern China. The local agent for distribution, Global Gen China (Shenzhen Global Lianzhong Biotechnology Co., Ltd) is making plans for a market push of Global Gen breeders in 2017. …read more

Global Gen Genomics: Driving Asian Shrimp Culture Forward

The shrimp farming industry is being shaped by genomics as faster growing and more disease tolerant strains are developed, including in Asia where several producers are improving their breeding stock. One such company, PT Bibit Unggul, has for the last 10 years been developing Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) breeding stocks of P.vannamei at its facility …read more

Global Gen Self-Declaration OIE 2013

Self declaration from the production company PT Bibit Unggul (Global Gen) of freedom from nine OIE-listed or regionally important penaeid shrimp (crustacean) pathogens. Submitted to the OIE on 3 May 2013 by Dr Syukur Iwantoro, Delegate of Indonesia to the OIE, Director General of Livestock and Animal Health Services, Ministry of Agriculture, Jakarta, Indonesia. Background …read more

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