Molofeed appoints new sales director for Asia

Editorial Staff

Molofeed uses salmon oil and other types of marine protein sources in its capsules for early stage larvae feeding.

Molofeed, a Norwegian company that uses salmon oil to produce innovative larval diets for marine finfish and shrimp, has announced the appointment of Chelsea Andrews as its new Sales Director for Asia. This move is part of the company’s strategy to strengthen its presence in the Asian markets.

With a background in business strategy and sales in the aquaculture and technology sectors, Andrews’ career includes roles at Saint-Gobain, XpertSea, and American Penaeid, where she drove significant product and regional market growth, especially in Asia.

At Molofeed, she will focus on developing sustainable sales strategies in the Asian aquaculture market.

Known for its microencapsulation technology that produces small-sized particles for early stage larvae feeding, Molofeed offers nutritional solutions to the aquaculture hatchery industry across EMEA, LATAM, and APAC regions. The company’s microcapsules were created as a solution to live feed availability, and to ultimately replace it.

Founded in 2015 by Ingmar Hogoy, Molofeed commissioned its first factory in Bergen, Norway, in 2017 and has since developed several innovative products in collaboration with partners in Scandinavia, South America, and Asia.

As Molofeed continues to expand its research and development capabilities, including the establishment of the Molofeed Marine Aquaculture Research Centre in Natal-Brazil, the first of its kind in Latin America.


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