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Aker BioMarine

World Largest Krill Harvester

World Wild Fund for Nature

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World Wild Fund for Nature

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Aquaculture Directory


Fat Replacer

Ingredients Insight


Captain and Fleet Captain

American Seafoods Group LLC


Assistant Director of Sales Operations

The Coca-Cola Company


Consultant

McKinsey & Company


Head of Sales In Quarterly Planning

Proactively


Senior Vice President, Medical and Regulatory Affairs and Research and Development

Pronova BioPharma ASA


Affiliations

Aker Seafoods Corp

Board Member


GOED Omega-3

Member


The RIMFROST KRILL COLLECTION

Fellow Krill Oil Producer


Association of Responsible Krill Harvesting Companies

Co-Founder


Superba Krill

Founder


Oriflame Cosmetics S.A

Board Member


Swedbank AB

Board Member


New Wave Group AB

Board Member


Biovitrum AB

Board Member


MareLife

Member


U.S. Combined Heat and Power Association

Member


Antarctic Wildlife Fund

Founder


NOK 1

Founder


US-China HPA

Member


Education

Aker Clean Carbon og oljeselskaper med fokus på norsk sokkel


BA

Media


MBA degree

University of Michigan , Ann Arbor


Master's degree

Norwegian School of Management


PhD


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The latest videos featuring Aker BioMarine, WWF-Norway, Superbaâ„¢ and Aker BioMarine executives.

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Aker BioMarine is a vertically integrated krill ingredient supplier.
The fund was formed with the cooperated of Aker BioMarine, the world largest krill harvester, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Norway), which in the past has worked with Aker on sustainability concerns and the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition (ASOC). Working in concert with several environmental authorities, Aker BioMarine has spent hundreds of millions of dollars and more than a decade creating the most appropriate infrastructure for the harvest of krill. Currently, Aker BioMarine is the largest supplier of krill oil to the dietary supplement market globally. Matts Johansen Discusses the Latest Market Developments Matts Johansen, COO Aker BioMarine, discusses the omega-3 market during the Vitafoods 2013 show in Geneva, Switzerland. At the NBT awards dinner, held in conjunction with Vitafoods, Aker took home the award for "Most Effective Marketing Campaign". Currently, Aker BioMarine is the largest supplier of krill oil to the dietary supplement market globally. Aker Receives Environmental Excellence Award Matt's Johansen, COO, Aker BioMarine, sits down with the Kevin Robinson, editorial director of NBT magazine, to discuss how Aker got started and where it is headed in the future. Aker is dedicated to helping its customers build a good story around krill-based omega-3s, with an emphasis on good science and sustainability. Presenting at the Vitafoods trade show in Geneva, Switzerland, Nina Jensen of WWF explains what it takes and how Aker is helping achieve substantial conservation results in the Southern Ocean. Johansen stresses that Aker has kept sustainability at the forefront of its operations since day one and will continue to make it a top priority for the future. Aker BioMarine has been independently certified to the MSC's standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. Eco-Harvesting® Logo of Eco-Harvesting. Eco-Harvesting® is Aker BioMarine's environmentally friendly technology developed for catching krill. Aker BioMarine AS


Aker BioMarine Receives Nutrition Business Journal’s ‘2014 Sustainability Award’ - AkerBioMarine

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Aker BioMarine is an integrated biotechnology company - uniquely positioned to create value from krill harvesting and processing.
Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) has awarded Aker BioMarine its 2014 Business Achievement Award for Sustainability. "But even in that crowded landscape, Aker BioMarine stands out for its extensive efforts and deeply held beliefs when it comes to sustainability." Since its inception, Aker BioMarine has been fully committed to the sustainable harvest of krill and operating its fisheries under full transparency. "We believe Aker BioMarine should be held up as the example of what a sustainable fishery should look like, especially since ours is one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world." As a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets, Aker BioMarine believes it has a responsibility to all stakeholders involved to make sure it operates sustainably. Beyond the general operating requirements dictated by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) - the authority that regulates krill harvesting - the company has taken several extra voluntary steps to responsibly utilize the krill it catches. Aker BioMarine is also proud of its work with the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF-Norway) and other environmental non-government organizations (NGOs). Most recently, the company helped form the Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund, a first-of-its-kind partnership between industry, academia and NGOs operating in Antarctica. As the first and only krill harvester certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for sustainability and 100% traceability, Aker BioMarine continues to do its part to ensure the future of the krill fishery at large. In fact, it was recently re-certified by MSC earlier this month. MSC's standards are considered some of the strongest in the world for environmentally sustainable fishing. About Aker BioMarine Aker BioMarine is a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets. Aker BioMarine is dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived products. The company supplies biomarine ingredients through a 100% traceable supply chain. Aker BioMarine is the only krill harvester that has been awarded the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification.


Aker BioMarine receives Nutrition Business Journal’s '2014 Sustainability Award' - Ingredients Insight

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Aker BioMarine receives Nutrition Business Journal's '2014 Sustainability Award'
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by Aker BioMarine Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) has awarded Aker BioMarine its 2014 Business Achievement Award for Sustainability. "But even in that crowded landscape, Aker BioMarine stands out for its extensive efforts and deeply held beliefs when it comes to sustainability." Since its inception, Aker BioMarine has been fully committed to the sustainable harvest of krill and operating its fisheries under full transparency. The company has built what it considers the most appropriate infrastructure for harvesting krill and addresses sustainability on several different fronts, from third party research to environmental partnerships to technological developments. "We are ecstatic to have been awarded NBJ's 2014 Sustainability award," said Marte Haabeth Grindaker, sustainability manager, Aker BioMarine. "We believe Aker BioMarine should be held up as the example of what a sustainable fishery should look like, especially since ours is one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world." As a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets, Aker BioMarine believes it has a responsibility to all stakeholders involved to make sure it operates sustainably. Beyond the general operating requirements dictated by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) - the authority that regulates krill harvesting - the company has taken several extra voluntary steps to responsibly utilize the krill it catches. Aker BioMarine is also proud of its work with the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF-Norway) and other environmental non-government organisations (NGOs). Most recently, the company helped form the Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund, a first-of-its-kind partnership between industry, academia and NGOs operating in Antarctica. As the first and only krill harvester certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for sustainability and 100% traceability, Aker BioMarine continues to do its part to ensure the future of the krill fishery at large. In fact, it was recently re-certified by MSC earlier this month. MSC's standards are considered some of the strongest in the world for environmentally sustainable fishing.


Press Releases - Superba Krill

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Aker BioMarine's Director of Scientific Writing Contributes Chapter on Krill
About Aker BioMarine Aker BioMarine is a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets. Aker BioMarine is dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived products. The company supplies biomarine ingredients through a 100% traceable supply chain. Aker BioMarine is the only krill harvester that has been awarded the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification. Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) has awarded Aker BioMarine its 2014 Business Achievement Award for Sustainability. "But even in that crowded landscape, Aker BioMarine stands out for its extensive efforts and deeply held beliefs when it comes to sustainability." Since its inception, Aker BioMarine has been fully committed to the sustainable harvest of krill and operating its fisheries under full transparency. "We believe Aker BioMarine should be held up as the example of what a sustainable fishery should look like, especially since ours is one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world." As a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets, Aker BioMarine believes it has a responsibility to all stakeholders involved to make sure it operates sustainably. Beyond the general operating requirements dictated by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) - the authority that regulates krill harvesting - the company has taken several extra voluntary steps to responsibly utilize the krill it catches. Aker BioMarine is also proud of its work with the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF-Norway) and other environmental non-government organizations (NGOs). Most recently, the company helped form the Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund, a first-of-its-kind partnership between industry, academia and NGOs operating in Antarctica. As the first and only krill harvester certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for sustainability and 100% traceability, Aker BioMarine continues to do its part to ensure the future of the krill fishery at large. In fact, it was recently re-certified by MSC earlier this month. MSC's standards are considered some of the strongest in the world for environmentally sustainable fishing. About Aker BioMarine Aker BioMarine is a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets. Aker BioMarine is dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived products. The company supplies biomarine ingredients through a 100% traceable supply chain. Aker BioMarine is the only krill harvester that has been awarded the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification. Aker BioMarine Secures Sustainable Future for Krill in the Antarctic Southern Ocean Aker BioMarine has received Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) recertification for the sustainability and 100% traceability of its krill products, including krill oil. MSC's standards are considered some of the strongest in the world for environmentally sustainable fishing. "We are reassured that the scientific panel, after an in-depth review of the fishery, has concluded that Aker BioMarine's krill fishery does not negatively impact the krill population, does not negatively affect the ecosystem, and that the fishery is well-managed," said Sigve Nordrum, Sustainability Director, Aker BioMarine. Aker BioMarine's new MSC certificate will apply to the fishery for the next five years (2015 - 2020). The company first went through the MSC certification process in 2009 and has since undergone annual audits. To date, Aker BioMarine is the first and only krill harvesting company with MSC certification. Camiel Derichs, Regional Director at MSC said: "Aker BioMarine's Antarctic krill fishery has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to ensuring the sustainability of its fishing practices. Nina Jensen, CEO of World Wildlife Fund-Norway (WWF-Norway) also commented on this significant achievement: "As part of its environmental commitment, Aker BioMarine has made a significant effort to reach out to the rest of the industry to communicate the importance of sustainability," she said. Aker BioMarine further developed the fishery and the documentation, so that these four conditions were closed two years ahead of schedule. "By working with regulatory authorities, stakeholders and other organizations dedicated to the health of the krill biomass, collectively we can help demystify misconceptions and show that Aker operates one of the most sustainable fisheries in the world." About Aker BioMarine Aker BioMarine is a leading supplier of krill-derived products to the consumer health and wellness and animal nutrition markets. Aker BioMarine is dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived products. The company supplies biomarine ingredients through a 100% traceable supply chain. Aker BioMarine is the only krill harvester that has been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification. Aker BioMarine has been independently certified to the MSC's standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. Eco-Harvesting® Logo of Eco-Harvesting. Eco-Harvesting® is Aker BioMarine's environmentally friendly technology developed for catching krill. Aker BioMarine AS


Locations and contacts around the world.

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Aker BioMarine AS
Oksenøyveien 10, NO-1366 Lysaker, Norway P.O Box 496, NO-1327 Lysaker, Norway + 47 24 13 00 00 post@akerbiomarine.com Americas Contact Aker BioMarine Antarctic US 312 Amboy Avenue, Suite 1 Metuchen, NJ 08840 Aker BioMarine has been independently certified to the MSC's standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. Eco-Harvesting® Logo of Eco-Harvesting. Eco-Harvesting® is Aker BioMarine's environmentally friendly technology developed for catching krill. Aker BioMarine AS


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