JAN 24, 2024 10:30AM EST
TAIPEI, TAIWAN / ACCESSWIRE / January 24, 2024 / Nocera, Inc. (NASDAQ:NCRA) ("Nocera" or the "Company"), a fully integrated sustainable seafood company focusing on manufacturing and operating land-based Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems ("RASs"), today announced significant progress in the feasibility assessment of its Alabama fishery. The assessment has reached a critical milestone on the geological assessment of aquaculture water sources, the installation of equipment on the land, and the configuration of power supply for the equipment have all been completed in the feasibility assessment. The Company is gearing up to commence the design and equipment phase for its aquaculture projects set to begin this year. Nocera is actively engaging with local governments, universities, institutions, and relevant companies in Alabama to foster collaboration and communication.
Nocera is committed to contributing to the local community by creating job opportunities, industry-academic partnerships, and financing for the project. The Company remains steadfast in its belief that these efforts will bring about positive changes in the future of the aquaculture industry beginning with Alabama and in time moving into other states.
In addition, Nocera is strategically expanding its aquaculture initiatives in the Asian region. Countries such as Taiwan, China, Vietnam, and Thailand are set to witness a series of aquaculture developments. Nocera recognizes the potential in all the following: the Taiwanese government's support for fishery-solar synergies; the cost reduction in equipment manufacturing in China; and the cost control measures in Vietnam and Thailand targeting fish fry, fingerling, and feed.
Andy Jin, Nocera CEO, stated, "These are exciting times for Nocera. As we embark on these pivotal initiatives, we are one step closer to seeing our mission to enhance and revolutionize the future of the aquaculture industry bear fruit. By focusing on collaboration, innovation, and sustainable practices, Nocera aims to make a lasting impact on both local and global aquaculture landscapes."
About Nocera, Inc.
Nocera (NASDAQ:NCRA) is a fully integrated sustainable seafood company that provides land-based recirculation aquaculture systems for both fresh and saltwater fish and invests in fish farms by building high-tech RASs. The Company's main business operation consists of the design, development, and production of large-scale RASs fish tank systems, (aquaculture) for fish farms along with expert consulting, technology transfer, and aquaculture project management services to new and existing aquaculture facilities and operators. For more information, please visit the company's website at www.nocera.company.
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