The Ecloserie Marine of Gravelines produces sea bass alevins (Dicentrarchus Labrax) and sea bass larvae (eggs just hatched): 16 to 18 million, 3 to 5g alevins selected every year and 400 to 500 million larvae. EMGI sells 15% of its production to farms in the Group and the rest is exported abroad: Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain. The alevins are delivered in vivier trucks (water-tank trucks). The larvae from the selection are sold abroad to non-competing hatcheries.
LOCATION: Gravelines (59)
DATE ESTABLISHED: 1987
TYPE OF PRODUCTION: Alevins. It takes between 4 to 5 months to produce sea bass alevins, weighing 3 to 5 grams, from a hatched egg.
SPECIES: European sea bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax)
ANNUAL PRODUCTION: The annual target is to produce and to sell between 16 and 18 million alevins.