Aquatics is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy in Italy, and the country’s most promising sectors.
The sector has been investing in new aquatics facilities, and has seen a surge in the number of aquatics students taking up the field, as well as new and established companies in the field.
But what is the impact of climate change on the aquatic industry?
And what do Aquatics players think?
In this exclusive interview with Giancarlo Galletti, Aquatics manager of product and strategy Giancarluca Gallettii, shares his views on the new climate, how aquatics players are adapting and what he hopes the industry can achieve in the coming years.
There are many new aquatises coming in, so there is a new market in aquatics, which we hope will continue and grow. “
I think the market is very happy.
There are many new aquatises coming in, so there is a new market in aquatics, which we hope will continue and grow.
We have a lot of projects and products coming out, such as new fish products, such a new brand for our new aquatic products, so we are trying to keep our products fresh and innovative.
At the same time, we have to adapt to the new realities.
For example, if we are going to make our fish more nutritious, then we have an obligation to do so.
Therefore, we are adapting our products.
Our products are now more in line with the new aquaponics regulations.
If the climate continues to change, we will have to adjust.
This is why we need to be ready for the new situation.
It will be a very hard time to adjust to the climate, and that’s why we have a great opportunity to continue growing our business.”
“We are ready, and we are ready to adapt.
As we see this, the market, the companies, and all aquatists are happy.
The industry is still growing, and so we must be ready to take advantage of the market.”