THE INDUSTRY FACES
Dr Marcin Korczynski becomes Technical Support Manager
r Korczyński has been with Pancosma for six years before taking on his new role with the company. He obtained his PhD in animal sciences in 2011 and has previous experience in product development and formulation.
This is part of the company’s efforts to strengthen their presence in the region.
Dr Marcin Korczynski
Dr Korczyński will report to Ronal Kräft, Sales Director for Central, Eastern and Northern Europe.
Dawid Kolacz appointed Area Sales Manager
awid Kolacz is one of Pancosma’s new team members as the company announces his appointment to their sales team dedicated to the Central and Eastern European region.
His appointment is part of the ongoing efforts by Pancosma to strengthen their presence in the region. He will report directly to Ronald Kräft, Sales Director for Central, Eastern and Northern Europe.
Dawid is trained in animal nutrition and has prior sales experience in the area of premixes and feed additives.
Matt Taylor appointed CEO of The Western Rock Lobster Council
att Taylor has been appointed CEO of The Western Rock Lobster Council (WRLC) in Freemantle, Australia.
Kim Colero, Chairman of the WRLC, commented, “Matt will be an excellent addition to the WRLC and we are excited about his future contribution to both the WRLC and the industry as a whole.”
Mr Taylor has always been a strong advocate for the fishing and aquaculture industries, prior to working for the Australian government; he was a commercial fisherman across numerous sectors and has completed a degree in aquaculture and seafood science. He will start in his new position on July 10, 2017, for the Council, which represents the commercial western rock lobster fisherman of Western Australia.
Chris Oliver joins NOAA Fisheries
C Chris Oliver
hris Oliver will oversee the management and conservation of recreational and commercial fisheries including some aspects of marine aquaculture, the preservation and maintenance of safe sources of seafood and the protection of marine mammals, marine protected species, and coastal fisheries habitat within the US exclusive economic zone. He commented, “I understand how important stakeholder involvement, transparency, and best available science are to making the right policy decisions. I intend to rely heavily upon the regional expertise of the eight fishery management Councils and the associated NOAA Fisheries Regions and Science Centers, and to ensure they have the resources necessary to effectively tackle region-specific issues.” He has been executive director of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, for the past 16 years. With the Council since 1990, he also served as a fisheries biologist and then deputy director. During his time as executive director he developed the limited access privilege programmes and fishery cooperatives and catch share programmes, the North Pacific’s on-board observer programme, numerous by catch reduction programmes, extensive habitat protection measures, commercial and recreational allocation programmes, and coastal community development programmes.
Bente Torstensen appointed as ‘Director of Aquaculture’
B Bente Torstensen
ack in our May edition of International Aquafeed magazine we published an industry faces piece about Bente Torstensen regarding her incredibly impressive appointment as Nofima’s Director of its Aquaculture division. Due to an editing error we printed incorrect personal pronouns for her.
Bente is due to start her new role on August 1, 2017 and the team here at International Aquafeed wish her our absolute best in her new role and our apologies for the previous mistypes in our May acknowledgement. 56 | July 2017 - International Aquafeed
Published on Jul 4, 2017