Kiliç Deniz, Turkey (1)
Having heavily invested in hatchery knowledge and technology, Kılıç Deniz looks beyond its national borders to generate return on these investments.
Using its experience from the Turkish operations, Kiliç is moving onto interesting export markets, enabling the company to produce closer to where the end product is needed.
It is time to look beyond our borders and turn what we do best into an international business model.
Hatcheries Operations Director
In the Kiliç hatcheries fingerlings are fed 5-8 times a, until they reach 30-40 gr. Then they are vaccinated and transported to nursery cages .
Ø 50m offshore cages
Farming is done far off the Turkish coast to avoid interference with tourism activities. This requires especially built, robust cages and adaptation of the fingerlings to life at sea.
25 years of growth
Right after its foundation in 1990, Kiliç set out on a growth path that would lead it to be Turkey’s leading aquaculture business 25 years later. The company still continues to grow on an international level.