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International Vistit for On Site Washing Operational Team From Badinotti Chile To Canada A few weeks ago, Marcelo García, the person in charge of on-site washing operations in Badinotti Chile, traveled to Badinotti Canada to learn and share good practices with the local team. Marcelo said; “the experience was wonderful in several ways, first because […]

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Badinotti´s New On Site Washing System   The new on-site washing system presented by Badinotti is characterized by generating low levels of noise, vibration and pollution, which means a sustainable process. In addition, it does not generate greater net damage, because the robot has no cables or other moving parts that get in contact with […]

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Badinotti Group Net Loft Acquisition In Puerto Montt, Chile last Friday Badinotti Group announced the acquisition of V&V Ltda, a net loft with operations in Chile´s Aysen Region. V&V was the first of its kind, founded in 1989, and has a significant market share in the region. It services the local salmon farming industry and […]

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TEMPEST: BADINOTTI`S SQUARE METAL CAGES May0 2019 Our square metal cages have been specifically designed to hand out with present and future operational and safety needs. We provide an integral service, focused on constant improvement and resources optimization. In order to achieve this goal, we use our knowledge in nets, mooring and cages, to help […]

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SUCCESSFUL SUBMERSIBLE CAGE PROJECT DESIGNED BY BADINOTTI WAS INSTALLED IN A MEXICAN FISH FARM May 2019 In the first week of May, our CEO, Christian Torres, traveled to La Paz, Mexico to visit our client Kampachi Farms to verify all the Badinotti products and services acquired by them. Firstly, the Oceanis 1 (submersible cage) operation, […]

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