Helgeland Aquaculture Research Station is the largest privately owned research station. The station is working on experiments on salmon, cod and trout for various clients.
HHS is headquartered in Sandnessjøen and research station at Dønna.
HHS has 8 employees through their broad expertise and can, in addition to R & D activities also perform fish health, environmental studies, site assessments and contribute expertise in small and large projects. This combination is quite unique and gives HHS and our partners several benefits:
A good overview of relevant issues for research work
Comprehensive understanding of the interaction between location, environment and fish health
Acquisition and updating of new knowledge directly to the cage edge
One foot in the R & D, one foot in the commercial industry and a broad network of contacts in biology, research, fish health and sanitary environments HHS makes an attractive partner.
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