APC sa is a private consulting company specializing in the fields of fisheries, aquaculture, seafood packing and processing plants, rural and regional development, and aquatic environment.

The specialization and extensive experience of APC (APC developed from “APC Ltd”, established in 1994, joined from 2002 to 2008 with the participation of Nikolaos Anagnopoulos as stakeholders in “LAMANS S.A.”, and later on with the final form “APC S.A.”), guarantees the successful fulfillment of our clients’ needs and requirements, both in private and public sectors.

AP Marine is a consultancy / research SME which specialises in the sector of Fisheries, Aquaculture.  AP Marine has since 2003 worked closely with all fisheries organisations and authorities in Cyprus and regularly consult the Pancyprian Associasion of Professional Fisherman (PAPF) (the largest association on the island concerned with coastal fisheries). Additionally, AP Marine has close professional relationships with the Polyvalent Vessel Owners Association and the Trawl owners association. AP Marine has consulted and assisted PAPF in other projects they have participated in namely the Leonardo Da Vinci funded project Fishtrain which involved fisherman in vocational training.

The AquaBioTech Group is an international research and development, engineering, technology provider and consulting company strategically located in the centre of the Mediterranean on the island of Malta, although operating globally with clients and projects in over fifty-five countries.  The AquaBioTech Group undertakes a variety of aquaculture, fisheries, marine surveying, aquarium and aquatic environmental projects through its regional offices and partners throughout the world.  The vast majority of the company’s work is related to the marine or aquatic environment, encompassing aquaculture developments, market research / intelligence, through to project feasibility assessments, finance acquisition, project management, technology sourcing and technical support and training.

European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union (EC/Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries). The call of the proposals, published under Commission decision C(2014) 6313 final , which approved funding for this and a number of other pilot projects.

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