About BioFishency

BioFishency Ltd. develops, manufactures and markets disruptive electro-chemical and biological aquaculture water treatment solutions for Recirculated Aquaculture Systems (RAS).

 

Based on Big Data analytics, and independent of water temperature, the company’s patented technologies enable the production of healthier seafood products, while it lowers the carbon footprint, makes land-based fish growing profitable, saves valuable resources and the space required for efficient fish farming, and eliminates off flavor, the number one challenge for the world’s fish farmers.

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Single Pass
Biofilters (SPBs)
In Various Capacities
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Fully Integrated
Growing Apparatus
In Various Capacities
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Professional
Services
(Design & Engineering, After-Sale Support, and Growing Facility Support Programs)

When machines become intelligent, they can better understand processes, connect data points, and draw optimal conclusions. They can optimize, observe and plan. Powered by robust AI and ML technologies, BioFishency helps lower the carbon footprint, yielding significant water and energy savings, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Driven by Big Data analytics, BioFishency helps its end-customers to optimize their operations, while dramatically reducing operational costs and saving valuable resources and the space required for efficient indoor fish farming.

 

Highly-sustainable and profitable, BioFishency’s water treatment solutions yield unprecedented results for investors, business partners, and end-customers alike. For investors, BioFishency’s market-proven solutions raise the bar on facilitating RAS by enabling optimal RAS operations, whereby required RAS systems can work to their full potential, and drive sustainability and profitability forward. For business partners, BioFishency solutions are exceedingly attractive to end-customers required to enhance their current RAS or to implement new RAS in their facility, rendering BioFishency a highly-sellable and profitable solution. In turn, end-customers benefit from maximized RAS ROI by minimizing CAPEX and OPEX, streamlined operations, and the delivery of superior quality end-products to market, on time – and on budget.

BioFishency – A new era in RAS water treatment

 

After decades of deployment in all four corners of the globe, Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) have made tremendous strides, however, in recent years, biofilter-based RAS has proven inefficient as a standalone water treatment solution. To meet the surge in demand for fish and combat fast-growing global populations in need of proteins, today’s RAS cannot keep up, and struggle to bring sustainable and profitable results. This is why so many RAS projects and RAS locations are currently at a standstill.

 

BioFishency is fundamentally more than a RAS water treatment solution. Not only is it the future of Aquaculture – it redefines the future of the industry.

BioFishency solutions were designed to render RAS more sustainable, more profitable, and more optimized. Simply put – a full conceptual replacement for traditional RAS systems, to overcome the existing challenges of RAS by delivering fully-controlled water treatment solutions that result in highly sustainable projects and increased CAPEX and OPEX.

 

BioFishency’s market-proven water treatment solutions:

 

    • Render land-based Aquaculture production sustainable and profitable
    • Guarantee profitable RAS for investors, partners, and end-customers
    • Deliver superior “one-stop” water treatment solutions
    • Power sustainable processes for a greener world – zero water discharge and the highest food conversion ratio
    • Eliminate the uncertainties of RAS via fully-controlled water treatment solutions
    • Seamlessly integrate into current RAS systems – your dashboard powered by our analytics

 

BioFishency brings together expertise from the aquaculture, agriculture, engineering, and business development sectors, backed by a skilled and professional management team. With offices and production facilities in Israel and China, and a global install base, BioFishency solutions have been successfully deployed in China, Nigeria, Congo, Bangladesh, India, and Israel.

BioFishency’s co-founders have been actively involved in the global aquaculture industry for over two decades. They are joined by a team of talented and industry-recognized professionals with combined experience and expertise in aquaculture, supply chain, engineering, and business development.

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Leadership

BioFishency’s co-founders have been actively involved in the global aquaculture industry for over two decades. They are joined by a team of talented and industry-recognized professionals with combined experience and expertise in aquaculture, supply chain, engineering, and business development.

Michael Isakov
CEO
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Michael Isakov
CEO
In his role as CEO, Michael brings 30+ years of experience in business development, leadership, and sales and marketing in the IoT, Wireless, Security, Internet Security, and Networking sectors. Prior, he held the position of CEO at Triple+, Managing Director, Security Management Solutions BU, at RISCO Group, and many other senior management roles at technology companies. He holds a BSc and MSc in Aerospace Engineering and an MBA in Marketing & Management from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa.
Cobi Levanon
Co-Founder & COO
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Cobi Levanon
Co-Founder & COO
As Co-Founder of BioFishency, Cobi is a true visionary and thought leader in the aquaculture industry. Prior to establishing BioFishency, he was a consultant and independent project manager for Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development which included a project dedicated to industrializing aquaculture in Israel. Earlier in his careers, Cobi established and managed the Dag Suf Farm in Eilat, Israel, accompanied the founding and operation of an intensive fish farm at Kibbutz Yizrael, and was a consultant to leading fish farms in Azerbaijan, Turkey, Nigeria, and the Ivory Coast. He holds a BSc in Agronomy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Rehovot).
Igal Magen
Co-Founder & CTO
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Igal Magen
Co-Founder & CTO
Igal brings years of aquaculture experience and expertise to the BioFishency team. Prior to co-founding the company, he held the position of Head of the Aquaculture Division, Israel Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Earlier in his career, he served as a consultant and project manager in the development of public and private aquaculture projects in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and select countries in South America, and the Caribbean, coupled with various USAID projects in Guyana. He holds a BSc and MSc in Marine Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Marine Sciences.
Einat Gurman
CFO
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Einat Gurman
CFO
As company CFO, Einat is responsible for the overall management and control of the company’s finances. She brings over a decade of experience and expertise managing the financial operations of multiple engineering and global pharma companies. Einat holds a BA in Economics and Accounting from the University of Haifa, and is a certified CPA.

BioFishency China

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In 2018, BioFishency China, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BioFishency Ltd., was established to promote the marketing, sales, distribution and customer support of BioFishency products in China and throughout the region.

Investors

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The Trendlines Group
http://www.trendlines.com/
An innovation commercialization company that invents, discovers, invests in, and incubates innovation-based medical and agricultural technologies to fulfil its mission to enhance the human condition. Intensely hands-on investors, Trendlines is involved in all aspects of its portfolio companies, from technology development to business building. Trendlines is traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX: 42T), and in the US, as an American Depositary Receipt (ADR) on OTCQX International (OTCQX: TRNLY).
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As a global investment fund based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, Aqua-Spark invests in sustainable aquaculture companies to generate return on investment, and foster a positive social and environmental impact. Funding supports small to mid-size organizations that are working towards the delivery of safe, accessible aquatic life, including fish, shellfish, and plants via sustainable processes.
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Israel’s leading and largest science and engineering university, made up of 18 faculties offering 50 undergraduate programs and dozens of graduate courses that cover the main science and engineering disciplines and associated fields such as architecture, medicine, and computer science; renowned for research in biotechnology, space science, nanotechnology, stem cell science, and energy. The Technion is located in Haifa, Israel.
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Ardag is the most established and largest mariculture company in Israel. Ardag’s expertise is growing fish from brood stock, through fingerlings and farming, to wholesale. The company operates fish farms in the Ashdod harbor and at Michmoret, as well as a commercial hatchery in Eilat. Ardag’s hatchery produces several species of marine fish, has a leading genetic program for seabream, and promotes innovation in the domestication of marine species and new technologies. Ardag holds 50% ownership of Caviar Galilee farm, operating in Kibbutz Dan. The Karat Caviar brand is one of the world’s leading brands, with 95% of the farm’s produce exported worldwide.