Introducing Maccaferri KikkoNet...for the Engineered Aquaculture of the Future!
New frontiers for environmentally sound solutions for aquaculture and mariculture industry
KikkoNet is the innovative net made of UV stabilised, extremely strong and lightweight Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) monofilaments, woven into a double twisted hexagonal mesh, with specific and unique characteristics. Net pens fabricated from KikkoNet provide optimum conditions for the growth of many fish species. Compare the whole-life-costs of KikkoNet to your current net and see how you can reduce operational costs whilst increasing your yields today!
When KikkoNet is used within aquaculture cage systems, farm operations benefit from its built-in innovation and technology.
Engineering a better solution
Maccaferri Malaysia is a wholly owned subsidiary of Officine Maccaferri Spa, a Company at the heart of the Maccaferri Industrial Group. Headed by the holding company, S.E.C.I., Societa’ Esercizi Commerciali Industriali, the Group operates within diversified sectors; Civil & Environmental Engineering, Food & Agribusiness, Real Estate & Construction, Energy, Tobacco, Mechanical Engineering and Biotechnology.
The goal of the Maccaferri Industrial Group is to think and act with professional skill and transparency, applying a global approach in respect of cultural diversity, valuing the environment and the communities where our production facilities are located. The efforts and investments towards production innovations allow the Maccaferri Group to be present on all five continents.
Through technological innovation, geographical expansion and focussed diversification, this evolution has continued with advanced solutions for the Aquaculture market.
Aquaculture Division, through its strong network of partners and distributors, now supplies KikkoNet worldwide. Completely pre-assembled net pens can be fabricated as per customers’ specifications and supplied on site, ready to be easily integrated with the floating collar and the mooring system of the fish farm.