Poseidon Ocean Systems expands to Chile

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British Columbian steel cage maker to build team in Puerto Montt.

Poseidon Ocean Systems, a Canadian company specialising in the development of salmon farming infrastructure and life support systems, has announced that it will be expanding its offerings to the Chilean market.

The opening of an office in Puerto Montt is the next step in the company’s expansion and growth plans.

Poseidon’s aquaculture steel cage system is engineered for aggressive waters. They are used by Cermaq off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Loch Duart has also chosen Trident’s Hybrid Steel Cage for its sites in North West Scotland.

A 40m x 40m pen Trident System in BC Canada. PHOTO: Trident System

Poseidon’s CEO and co-founder Matt Clarke said in a press release that he is “excited to bring our solutions to the Chilean market and to build a team in Puerto Montt”.

“This move marks the beginning of a new chapter in Poseidon’s history of being a trusted partner to salmon farmers, and we are looking forward to developing strong relationships in Chile,”  added Clarke.

Poseidon Ocean Systems, a specialist aquaculture company, was established by Mathew and Heather Clarke in 2015.


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