GBT Inks First International Project: Japan

GBT-International is honored to announce the signing of a joint-venture agreement to build a shrimp aquaculture facility using the GBT technology in Japan.  This will be the first GBT facility located outside of the United States. Contracts were signed after nearly a year of intense discussions with and in-person visits to GBT’s operations in Texas (that included multiple “tastings” of …

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Interview with SSPI President Jim Salmon

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Jim Salmon is the consummate professional.  That professionalism is the touchstone of his career within the U.S. seafood industry, the military, and now with Global Blue Technologies.  Jim has been chairman of the National Fisheries Institute, the organization that represents the entire U.S. seafood industry.  He was Vice President in charge of literally every aspect of supplying seafood to General …

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GBT Chairman David Wills Interview-The State of GBT Today

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    Interview with GBT Chairman, David K. Wills  John Aquilino:  David, you and I have been partners for the past 20 years.  Some 15 years ago, we sat down together to decide what path our company should follow.  Since the beginning we focused on trying to do things better for those in need of medical research, better in terms …

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US needs to step up aquaculture game

The following article by April Forristall appeared in the May 21 edition of  Its theme – that the United States must up its role in aquaculture production – is the genesis of the motivation behind Global Blue Technologies’ every action.  After literally lifetimes spent seeking solutions to key problems plaguing humanity and the environment, the individuals behind GBT knew …

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GBT’s Copano Bay Site Given the “Green Light” by TPWD

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) issued Global Blue Technologies (GBT) its “Exotic Species” permit paving the way for Texas and the Nation to experience firsthand GBT’s “game changing” shrimp aquaculture technology. Effective April 15th, the Exotic Species Permit entitles GBT to legally purchase, transport, and raise in Texas non-native Pacific White shrimp (Penaeus vannamei), arguably the finest tasting …

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The Honorable Sannoshin Arai: Opening the Door To Asia

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April 9, 2014 (Corpus Christi, Texas) After a whirlwind tour in March of potential farm sites, meetings in Japan, GBT Chairman David K. Wills and team in Texas received Honorable Sannoshin Arai. Mr. Arai is a life-long advocate of the absolute importance that every food product available in his homeland regardless of the source must be of the highest quality, …

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GBT’s Koji Fusa and Family Visit Copano Bay Site

  Global Blue Technologies’ principals and staff welcomed GBT’s Koji Fusa and his family who flew from their home in England to visit GBT’s Copano Bay facility in Taft/Rockport, Texas.  Mr. Fusa hosted GBT Chairman David Wills when he toured Japan on March 5th to assess a potential location and meet with supporters of the GBT aquaculture system in preparation …

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El Salvador’s Interest in GBT Heating Up

March 26, 2014 (Washington, D.C.) Republic of El Salvador’s Ambassador Ruben I. Zamora met with GBT CFO Stephen LaPointe in Washington DC to continue discussions on bringing the GBT aquaculture system to that country.  It was the third meeting between Ambassador Zamora and officials from the Global Blue Technologies family of companies in as many months. Following El Salvador’s Presidential elections, …

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Bad Weather Delays Construction

Taft, Texas (March 24, 2014)  Unprecedented poor weather has affected Texas during the winter and early spring of 2014 causing delays in construction at GBT-Cameron’s Copano Bay production facility.  These delays were reported on by Tom Seaman of Undercurrent news in the following story:   Bad weather delays construction at giant land-based Texas shrimp farm   March 24, 2014, 6:22 …

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