Fish Biotech Private Limited

During the year 2009, the promoters of KBK Innovation Hub visited Halifax,Canada to see first of its kind completely automated RAS Aquaculture farm farming Salmon. RAS technology was identified with the potential of making socio economic impact by engineering blue revolution in India. KBK Innovation Hub committed itself to invest time and resources in this project.

A research assignment was given to an international consulting firm Cushman Weikfield to map fish market dynamics of North India. Encouraged by the market potential as mapped by Cushman Weikfield report. KBK Innovation Hub launched a global hunt to identify the leaders on technology domain. The KBK team visited Australia to see 5 RAS plants of different sizes running successfully to farm Barramundi fish. The team KBK further went to Norway, Denmark and Holland to see various RAS based farms.

Finally, In the year 2012 Fish Biotech Pvt Ltd was incorporated as a 100 % subsidiary of T J Realty Scanners Pvt Ltd. KBK Innovation Hub has already invested 55 million INR (.8 million USD) on this project. Currently company is at the advance stage of setting up of Centre of excellence for aquaculture in Punjab in collaboration with Alpha Aqua AS, Denmark.

We build and operate based on a local and environmentally conscious approach while implementing the use of top technology

Why choose an RAS?

RAS refers to Recirculating Aquaculture System and describes a series of techniques for fish farming in which we can manage:

  • …Fish welfare
  • …Pollution free farming
  • …Sustainability
  • …Biosecurity
  • …Flexibility

Why is standard better?

These systems are based on a standard concept linked to the most up-to-date knowledge in the aquaculture sector.

With standardization of main components, we achieve replication, and with it a base line and an expansive and exponential pool for knowledge development, specialization of systems, and optimization.

Why modular?

By working with modules at ALPHA, we are taking the extra steps needed to avoid down-time of operation, increase safety by redundancy, allow isolation of production within the same system, and create a system that is prepared for expansion, updates and upgrades as we develop them. It’s time to think ahead and walk the future now.