Stirling Aquaculture acts for new investors and existing farmers in the development and improvement of aquaculture businesses. Stirling Aquaculture also plays a pro-active role in this process, identifying opportunities and presenting them to investor groups, its in-depth knowledge of commercial production ensuring that projects are set up in the most cost effective way and with the latest technology.
Stirling Aquaculture carries out market opportunity studies for companies interested in supplying the aquaculture sector, making use of its extensive database of industry statistics, knowledge of world-wide developments, and international contacts.
Stirling Aquaculture provides the commercial awareness, technical authority and impartiality required by financial institutions and insurance companies in undertaking tasks such as assessment of business plans and company valuations, due diligence, evaluating insurance claims and acting as expert witnesses.
Public sector institutions, including government research laboratories, universities and regulatory agencies often have an important role to play in promoting primary research and supporting technology development. Stirling Aquaculture often acts in partnership with such institutions in building new facilities, and as a further benefit, research and training links have often been established with the Institute of Aquaculture.
Public sector administrators, regulators and policy makers rely on Stirling Aquaculture for independent and well informed assessments of the aquaculture sector on which to base their policies and actions. Studies carried out by Stirling Aquaculture make full use of world class specialists from the Institute of Aquaculture. Our global network of contacts enables us to provide an international and multidisciplinary perspective whenever this is required.
Development Agencies find in Stirling Aquaculture a competent project management unit with extensive international experience. It has an unrivalled pool of technical expertise available on-site through the Institute of Aquaculture, which has been involved in developing appropriate technologies for tropical aquaculture for over 20 years.