Ngoc Trai Co., Vietnam
In Vietnam, Mr. Ho Van Trai, owner of Ngoc Trai Co., plays an important role as the main importer and distributor of INVE Aquaculture products. Mr. Van Trai supplies over 100 local feed stores with the best solutions available on the market.
Supported by Dr. Nguyen – a renowned aquaculture specialist of Nha Trang University who recently joined INVE Aquaculture – Mr. Van Trai works closely with local farmers to help them improve their results while controlling the risk of disease and failure.
With increasing density due to the intensified production of seafood produce, preventive solutions as an alternative to medical treatment are a critical success factor.
Dr. Huu Dung Nguyen
Ngoc Trai Co. supplies INVE Aquaculture products to over 100 local feed stores in the main aquaculture regions of Vietnam, including a number of dedicated INVE shops.
The success of the family business has allowed Mr. Van Trai’s children to study abroad. Today they contribute new business knowledge to the professionalization of the company.
$ 20 million turnover
What started out as occasionally introducing new feeds to friends and family has turned into a blooming business with an annual turnover of $ 20 million in INVE product alone.
EDUCATING LOCAL FARMERS IN EFFECTIVE FEED PROTOCOLS
On top of running his own seabass hatchery and farm, Mr Suthi Mahalao, advises local farmers in his area on how to benefit from the added value of INVE products and protocols.
SUPPLYING OVER 100 LOCAL FEED STORES
In Vietnam, Mr. Ho Van Trai, owner of Ngoc Trai Co., plays an important role as the main importer and distributor of INVE Aquaculture products.
ECONOMIES OF SCALE IN SHRIMP PRODUCTION
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THE LARGEST FRESH WATER AVAILABILITY IN THE WORLD
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TRAINING LOCAL PEOPLE INTO A KNOWLEDGEABLE WORKFORCE
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BETTER SURVIVAL AND LARGER PL
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99% SURVIVAL IN FRESHWATER HATCHERY
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TOTAL INTEGRATION AND AUTOMATION
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INVESTING IN THE FISH PRODUCTION OF TOMORROW
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