Our Commitment

Antarctica is the last great frontier, which is why it is so important to approach all it has to offer with great care. This is why sustainability is such a top priority in all aspects of our operations—from our krill fishing techniques to our harvesting technology. Sustainable fishing has been part of our vision every step of the way.

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We regularly conduct third party research to make sure our operations are sustainable and eco-friendly. The ultimate goal of this research is to assess the health of the krill biomass, along with the animal populations that depend on krill as a food source.

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CEO's Message

Sustainability is important to us, and should be important to you. There would be no point in operating this fishery without taking into consideration the sustainable management of this natural resource.

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The Aker BioMarine Story

Our Partners

Conservation in Antarctica requires constant communication with the appropriate authorities and environmental experts. Entities such as CCAMLR and the Marine Stewardship Council help us manage the sustainable harvest of krill in Area 48.

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About Krill

Krill very are small creatures, but don’t let size fool you. They have an enormous role to play in the Antarctic food chain. With that in mind, we take all of the necessary precautions to make sure this natural resource remains healthy at all times.

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WWF Discusses Krill Sustainability


We could not and should not operate in the Southern Ocean without following the regulations. That’s why we rely on the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) to set the rules. In fact, with the help of WWF-Norway and MSC, we go above and beyond these rules to make sure we are applying the very best practices for the sustainable management of krill.

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