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Giles Cadman is Chairman of The Cadman Capital Group, a group of cohesive, complementary companies,
operating in the international trade, retail, leisure and investment markets.

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  • A Brief World History Of Aquaculture

    Date: August 17th, 2018 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Caribbean Sustainable Fisheries
    A Brief World History Of Aquaculture

    With all the seemingly new innovations surrounding aquaculture, you may be tempted to believe that farming fish is a recent phenomenon...

  • National Lobster Hatchery Wins Aquaculture Award!

    Date: July 22nd, 2018 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Sustainability, Caribbean Sustainable Fisheries
    National Lobster Hatchery Wins Aquaculture Award!

    I have exciting news to share! The National Lobster Hatchery (NLH) has been crowned the winner of the Stewardship & Sustainability...

  • Lobster Sales Are Soaring In The UK!

    Date: June 25th, 2018 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Caribbean Sustainable Fisheries
    Lobster Sales Are Soaring In The UK!

    Lobster sales continue to soar in the UK. As someone involved in the aquaculture industry, this headline looks promising. However,...

  • A $250-Million-Dollar Salmon Farm may be Coming to...

    Date: August 31st, 2016 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: News, Sustainability, Caribbean Sustainable Fisheries
    A $250-Million-Dollar Salmon Farm may be Coming to...

    The Newfoundland and Labrador Government reached an agreement with a Norwegian-based company – Grieg NL Seafarms Ltd., which...

  • Great News! New Regulations for South Australian Aquaculture...

    Date: August 4th, 2016 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Caribbean Sustainable Fisheries
    Great News! New Regulations for South Australian Aquaculture...

    A win for sustainable aquaculture, indeed! Just this month, The South Australian State Government introduced key changes to aquaculture...

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