RAS Technologies has designed, patented and constructed an indoor, closed-loop, commercial scale, land-based aquaculture production process which produces Pacific White Shrimp, marketed under the brand name Planet Shrimp.
The Company is rolling out its revolutionary recirculating aquaculture system (“RAS”) technology, which consists of our patented, stacked, shallow-clear water production system and internally developed, proprietary IT software, which allows for 24/7 real-time remote monitoring capabilities and data analytics. We have full traceability through the integration of a local hatchery supplying post larvae to stock the farm
Learn more about our company and take a sneak peak of our state-of-the-art facility located in Aylmer, Ontario.
- Bio-secure facility
- Fully compliant with CFIA / HACCP
- Located close to end-user markets
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Wild caught shrimp is quickly becoming a diminishing resource due to overfishing while legacy shrimp farming is unsustainable, fraught with declining yields arising from escalating levels of disease and environmental deterioration, reliance on harmful chemicals and limited product traceability.
The Company believes a shift has begun in consideration of more intensive, socially responsible, eco-friendly, closed-loop land-based farms.
Through 8 years of research and development, the Company has developed what it believes to be a revolutionary, proprietary, commercial-scale clear water recirculating aquaculture system in a 66,000 square foot facility in Ontario, Canada with additional space available for expansion.
The Industry Problem
RAS Technologies’ Solution
Scalable Platform Poised for Massive Growth
Expansion strategy underway with an initial focus on company-owned facilities close to urban markets in the United States. Management is focused on rolling out our patented, indoor, environmentally sustainable closed-loop RAS technology to supply safe, healthy seafood to the planet. Our indoor aquaculture solution is the socially responsible alternative to the rampant overfishing for wild caught that has significantly diminished stocks in the oceans and legacy farming’s continuing reliance on unhealthy chemicals and questionable farming practices.
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