Nofitech at a glance

Nofitech provides land-based facilities and equip­ment to blue-chip salmon farmers. Its primary offering today is a recirculating aquaculture system (“RAS”), ModulRAS, which allows fish farmers to move parts of the fish's growth cycle onto land, and also offers facilities for the final growth stage, providing fish farmers with the option to locate all production on land.

Key developments 2022

Nofitech continues to experience strong growth and momentum, with revenues up over 60% from 2021. Furthermore, the company delivered two facilities, added to its already record-high backlog of signed projects, bolstered the organization across key geographies, and invested heavily in its R&D programs.


Aquaculture: land-based fish farming services and equipment



SDG aligment

SDG 12
SDG 14

Revenue (EURm)

Change from ‘21-’22


Carbon intensity: Tons CO₂e per EUR m revenue

Financial Services: 178
Nofitech: 180
Tech Hardware: 1046
Food & Beverage: 1447

Total tons CO₂ emitted

Change from '21-'22
14 229
14 367

Monetized climate impact

The figure represents the monetized value the company has on the environment. See chapter 4 for methodology.


Full time employees

Unadjusted gender pay gap4%

Gender balance, % females






All employees

Monetized employment impact (EURm)

The figure represents the monetized value the company has as a quality employer. See chapter 4 for methodology.


Via Summa Compliance


✔ Code of conduct
✔ Supplier code of conduct
✔ Economic Sanctions
✔ Competition Law/Antitrust
✔ Data Protection/IT Security
✔ Anti-curruption
✔ Whistleblower

How Nofitech is advancing ESG

Nofitech has high impact ambitions and are set to do their part in reducing their and their customers' negative externalities. As such, key members of management initiated several impact-related initiatives during 2022, including a conducting a life-cycle emissions analysis of their RAS module, outlining an impact roadmap for the company, and prioritizing key short-term impact actions.

Science Based Targets

Nofitech to start process to set Science Based Targets in h2 2023, with target commitment by Q4 2023 / Q1 2024.

What are the challenges Nofitech addresses?

estimated increase in food production needed between 2010 and 2050 to feed a growing population
lower GHG emissions per kg edible meat of salmon versus cattle. Yet, regulation limits growth in conventional fish farming

How does Nofitech help?

Reality today

Traditional aquaculture at sea has certain negative impact on life below water, both on the marine habitat and the fish themselves (e.g., disease and lice), and is thus regulated by quotas that limits the organic growth in sea-based farming.

Nofitech approach

Nofitech moves parts of, or the entire, growth cycle of fish farming onto land, reducing the pressures from sea-based farming on the ecosystem and enabling fish farmers to increase overall production.

Aspirational future

An efficient and sustainable aquaculture system that supports consumers with access to sustainable and affordable proteins.

What impact does Nofitech create?

CO2e per kg post molt production


As part of Nofitech's impact initiatives, the management are during H1 2023 prioritizing relevant impact KPIs to track going forward. These are intended to reflect the company's ambition of contributing to a more sustainable and healthier food system.

Who is impacted?

Salmon farmers in the North Sea Basin are impacted by receiving access to a more environmentally friendly production system given the compact, standardized, and modular nature of its facilities, which also increases the utilization of their salmon farming licenses.

What are the impact considerations?


Without Nofitech, farmers within the aquaculture industry would not have the opportunity to grow post-smolt at a cost-effective and affordable price. Nofitech continues to drive the industry towards innovation and technology improvements – and the effort leads the entire industry towards a more sustainable future.


Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) are complex systems with high densities of fish that have a high economic value. Thus, larger production issues can have significant consequences, not only in terms of lost monetary value for the fish farmer, but also for fish health and welfare.