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[NEWS RELEASE] Regal Springs Indonesia Participates in Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2024

Surabaya (05/07) Regal Springs Indonesia (PT Aqua Farm Nusantara) recognizes that the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2024 (APA24) presents a crucial opportunity for Indonesia to enhance investments in the fisheries sector. In support of the government’s efforts to drive economic growth through aquaculture, Regal Springs Indonesia participated in APA24 held in Surabaya from July 3-5, 2024.

Regal Springs Indonesia, as one of the world’s largest producers of tilapia, utilized this platform to showcase its commitment to sustainable and innovative aquaculture practices. At the event, Regal Springs Indonesia exhibited its premium products, including its extensive by-product portfolio, and innovations in environmentally friendly tilapia farming at one of the APA24 stands.

Rudolf Hoeffelman, President Director of Regal Springs Indonesia, stated, “We are enthusiastic about participating in the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2024. This is an exceptional opportunity to share our experiences and knowledge in sustainable aquaculture and learn from other industry leaders.”

“We are committed to continuous innovation and supporting the sustainable growth of the aquaculture industry in the Asia-Pacific region,” he added.

Indonesian Vice President Ma’ruf Amin expressed appreciation for hosting APA 2024 in Indonesia during the opening ceremony. APA 2024 serves as a platform for investors, researchers, academics, and industry stakeholders in fisheries cultivation, both domestic and international.

“Through this meeting, we aim to achieve real synergy and collaboration between the government, business stakeholders, and academia to generate breakthroughs in enhancing productivity and sustainability in Indonesia’s aquaculture sector, thereby strengthening Indonesia’s position as a leading global fisheries producer,” he noted.

Regal Springs Indonesia’s efforts to support sustainable aquaculture include a strong commitment to the Blue Food Movement, ambitious strategies for by-products to promote circular economy practices, continuous efforts to maximize positive impacts on society through social and community programs such as the “Love Fish Campaign” (Gerakan Memasyarakatkan Makan Ikan – Gemarikan), active and innovative collaborations with universities and educational institutions, as well as initiatives in ecotourism and other environmental and social endeavors.