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Support for Integrated Fisheries Cultivation, Regal Springs Indonesia and IPB Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Forge Cooperation

Bogor (12/06) To support the development of integrated fisheries cultivation, Regal Springs Indonesia (PT Aqua Farm Nusantara) and the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) are collaborating in a strategic partnership. This commitment was realized by both parties with the signing of a Master Cooperation Agreement at IPB on Wednesday (12/06).

The signing was represented by the Director of Regal Springs Indonesia, Tri Dharma Saputra, and the Dean of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University, Prof. Dr. Fredinan Yulianda MSc.

In his speech, Tri Dharma said that IPB University is one of the best universities in Indonesia with a vision and mission aligned with Regal Springs Indonesia, which is to advance the sustainable integrated fisheries sector and industry, including supporting the Blue Food Movement.

“This master cooperation agreement is a strategic foundation and step whose benefits we hope will not only be for the company and academic parties. However, the results of this collaboration can serve as a reference for the wider community, especially the aquaculture community,” explained Tri Dharma.

The Dean of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University, Prof. Dr. Fredinan Yulianda MSc, in his speech, said, “Regal Springs Indonesia is currently the best integrated producer and cultivator of Tilapia fish. This is a strategic collaboration between both parties, and today we realize that commitment,” said Fredinan.

Fredinan added that currently, FPIK IPB is also focused on the transformation of the Blue Food or Blue Food Movement. The concept of the Blue Food Movement plays an important role in preventing stunting and malnutrition. IPB University is also committed to playing a role in realizing the Blue Food Movement and food security in Indonesia.

For additional information, the Master Cooperation Agreement includes key aspects, such as:

  • Environmentally friendly and sustainable integrated fisheries and aquaculture resources.
  • Human resources in the fisheries sector, including but not limited to education for human resources or development of human resources involved in various aspects of fisheries and aquaculture.
  • Utilizing science and technology in conducting research, education, and community service.
  • Collaborating in integrated fisheries development activities, human resources, knowledge and technology, and other integrated activities that are environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Internship activities for students are also very open to be carried out, so that FPIK IPB students can enhance their knowledge and skills in the industrial world.