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GBT’s Copano Bay Site Given the “Green Light” by TPWD

July 14th, 2016|Categories: Aquaculture, Pacific White Shrimp, Sustainable Aquaculture, Texas Parks and Wildlife|

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) issued Global Blue Technologies (GBT) its “Exotic Species” permit paving the way for Texas and the Nation to experience firsthand GBT’s “game changing” shrimp aquaculture technology. Effective April [...]

US Needs To Step Up Aquaculture Game

July 14th, 2016|Categories: GBT-USA|

The following article by April Forristall appeared in the May 21 edition of SeafoodSource.com. Its theme – that the United States must up its role in aquaculture production – is the genesis of the motivation [...]

GBT Inks First International Project: Japan

July 14th, 2016|Categories: GBT-International|

GBT-International is honored to announce the signing of a joint-venture agreement to build a shrimp aquaculture facility using the GBT technology in Japan. This will be the first GBT facility located outside of the United [...]

Interview with SSPI President Jim Salmon

July 14th, 2016|Categories: Interview|

Jim Salmon is the consummate professional. James SalmonThat professionalism is the touchstone of his career within the U.S. seafood industry, the military, and now with Global Blue Technologies. Jim has been chairman of the National [...]

GBT Inks First International Project: Japan

June 29th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|

GBT-International is honored to announce the signing of a joint-venture agreement to build a shrimp aquaculture facility using the GBT technology in Japan.  This will be the first GBT facility located outside of the United [...]

GBT Chairman David Wills Interview-The State of GBT Today

July 14th, 2014|Categories: Interview|

John Aquilino: David, you and I have been partners for the past 20 years. Some 15 years ago, we sat down together to decide what path our company should follow. Since the beginning we focused [...]