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4 April 2017

Fuelling sustainable growth: finding new ways to innovate

Learn how we've been investing in our unique network of R&D centers around the world

7 March 2017

Contract Win for Benchmark

Benchmark signs long-term agreement with SalMar to provide genetics, health and knowledge services

6 March 2017

Novel research on Amoebic Gill Disease (AGD)

Gill disease is one of the biggest challenges to production for most salmon farming nations.

27 February 2017

First International Fish Health Laboratory to Receive Accreditation from Sernapesca

FishVet Group lab will run official programs to certify the health status of fish farming in Chile

20 February 2017

Early Bird Offer – Aquaculture UK Conference 2017

Book online by Friday 10 March 2017 and take advantage of a 20% discount

23 January 2017

2016 Annual Report

Benchmark’s Annual Report and Accounts for the financial year ended 30 September 2016

10 January 2017

Benchmark wins ‘Science and Innovation’ award

The Award recognises a recent innovation that has boosted on-farm performance or profitability.

7 December 2016

Benchmark Capital Markets Day 2016

Presentation and videos available now

25 November 2016

Appointment of Non-Executive Director

Kevin Quinn joins the PLC Board

2 November 2016

Oscar Hennig appointed Operations Director for Benchmark’s shrimp breeding program

Having Hennig onboard will accelerate growth within our breeding business.

26 October 2016

Trading Update and Notice of Results

Benchmark announces that it expects performance for FY16 to be in line with the Board's expectations

4 October 2016

Vietnamese Aquaculture – Rapid growth of a booming micro-economy

Supporting our global partners in turning fragile life into solid growth.

27 September 2016

Construction underway of onshore salmon broodstock and egg production facility

The final 10,000 square meter facility will have the capacity to produce 150 million eggs per year

26 September 2016

Conference highlights disease, animal health and welfare remain aquaculture’s ‘most limiting factor’

Overcoming these challenges is essential to feeding a growing global population