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06/07/2021

Digital transformation solutions in aquaculture development

On March 4, 2021, in Ho Chi Minh City, a strategic cooperation signing ceremony took place between Investment Fund – Group – Startup towards the digital transformation of value chains in the high-tech aquaculture industry. The signing ceremony was carried out under the support of the National Startup Support Center (NSSC) – National Agency for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Development (NATEC). 

Over the past time, the shrimp industry in particular and the seafood industry in Vietnam, in general, has long affirmed their important role in both domestic and international exports with an export target of 4.4 billion USD in 2021. According to international reports, Vietnam has been one of the largest shrimp suppliers in the US and Japanese markets for many years. These are inherently two demanding markets in terms of food quality requirements, especially fresh seafood, showing the strength and potential of the shrimp industry. 

Besides the development ability of the industry, Vietnam’s shrimp industry also faces many challenges such as the ability to control diseases, monitor the health of farmed shrimp, and preservation methods to ensure the quality of shrimp when it arrives in customers. 

Accordingly, the signing units include Haicorp Hi-Tech Agricultural Development And Investment Group Joint Stock Company – Investment Fund to promote hi-tech agriculture development; Tep Bac Limited Liability Company; XIXO Joint Stock Company; Vietnam Startup TV; Insurance startup VIFO; BIO.AZ Vietnam Co., Ltd – a science and technology enterprise specializing in the production of microbial products has signed a cooperation agreement. 

Thereby, the parties commit to accompanying and applying technology, using each other’s resources and advantages for sustainable development. Haicorp Group cooperates with investment funds in the field of agriculture, start-up investment funds, and other parties to invest in hi-tech shrimp farming technology over 2 million USD in 2021 and towards a scale of 15 million USD in 2022. This is a sign that innovation and creative startups are gradually contributing to the economic value chain. 

The representatives of the signatories all affirmed that the signing ceremony today has an important meaning, contributing to promoting the building of a database of the shrimp industry towards digitizing the shrimp industry and at the same time building the image of the shrimp industry. Photo and widely promote agricultural production activities to potential domestic and international partners.

On March 4, 2021, in Ho Chi Minh City, a strategic cooperation signing ceremony took place between Investment Fund – Group – Startup towards the digital transformation of value chains in the high-tech aquaculture industry. The signing ceremony was carried out under the support of the National Startup Support Center (NSSC) – National Agency for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Development (NATEC). 

Over the past time, the shrimp industry in particular and the seafood industry in Vietnam, in general, has long affirmed their important role in both domestic and international exports with an export target of 4.4 billion USD in 2021. According to international reports, Vietnam has been one of the largest shrimp suppliers in the US and Japanese markets for many years. These are inherently two demanding markets in terms of food quality requirements, especially fresh seafood, showing the strength and potential of the shrimp industry. 

Besides the development ability of the industry, Vietnam’s shrimp industry also faces many challenges such as the ability to control diseases, monitor the health of farmed shrimp, and preservation methods to ensure the quality of shrimp when it arrives in customers. 

Accordingly, the signing units include Haicorp Hi-Tech Agricultural Development And Investment Group Joint Stock Company – Investment Fund to promote hi-tech agriculture development; Tep Bac Limited Liability Company; XIXO Joint Stock Company; Vietnam Startup TV; Insurance startup VIFO; BIO.AZ Vietnam Co., Ltd – a science and technology enterprise specializing in the production of microbial products has signed a cooperation agreement. 

Thereby, the parties commit to accompanying and applying technology, using each other’s resources and advantages for sustainable development. Haicorp Group cooperates with investment funds in the field of agriculture, start-up investment funds, and other parties to invest in hi-tech shrimp farming technology over 2 million USD in 2021 and towards a scale of 15 million USD in 2022. This is a sign that innovation and creative startups are gradually contributing to the economic value chain. 

The representatives of the signatories all affirmed that the signing ceremony today has an important meaning, contributing to promoting the building of a database of the shrimp industry towards digitizing the shrimp industry and at the same time building the image of the shrimp industry. Photo and widely promote agricultural production activities to potential domestic and international partners.

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