Working together for sustainability and innovation

Together with our members and partners we want to impact the industry to drive forward digital transformation and to improve fish welfare.
Lerøy Seafood Group ASA

Industrial areas of priority

Climate, environment, and circular economy

Digital transformation and digitalization

Fish health and welfare

Novel feed ingredients

Future competence and talent attraction

Competence program
To secure sustainable growth in the seafood industry, there is a constant need for knowledge to support the development in the seafood value chain.
Seafood Circular program
Competence program
To secure sustainable growth in the seafood industry, there is a constant need for knowledge to support the development in the seafood value chain.
Seafood Next
Competence program
To secure sustainable growth in the seafood industry, there is a constant need for knowledge to support the development in the seafood value chain.
Seafood Trainee
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Our projects

We develop projects for cost-effective and sustainable production of seafood.

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Our services

We provide a range of services and activities for our members within our core areas: knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Our meeting arenas

Partners, seafood experts and business leaders meet for inspiration, industry update and knowledge sharing.

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Latest news

Towards a more digital industry

Digitalization and digital transformation are both part of our focus areas here in the cluster. These two terms are often used together, but what is the difference between them and how are they taking shape in our industry?

Mattilsynet vil teste mer datadrevet tilsyn

Da AquaCloud inviterte eksperter fra ulike felt til å snakke på webinaret «Datadeling i havbruksnæringen» ble det tydelig at Mattilsynet ser for seg større grad av datadrevet forvaltning fremover. Ingunn Midttun Godal, CEO i Mattilsynet, fremhevet viktigheten av samarbeid og tillit fremfor forskrifter og tvang.

A digital twin

The difference between the digital numbers which appear on our screen and the living creatures swimming around in fish farms is apparent. But if we gather enough information, they suddenly become quite similar. Imagine a digital copy of a fish, who mimics the behaviour and physiology of a real one.

Huge interest for webinar about data sharing

September 1st, AquaCloud invited experts from different fields to talk about the possibilities and challenges of data sharing in aquaculture.

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Who we are

A collective effort

Our member companies and partners represent the entire value chain of the seafood industry.
Who we are

A collective effort

Our member companies and partners represent the entire value chain of the seafood industry.
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Contribute to innovative and sustainable solutions and enable the growth of our industry.