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Ace Aquatec welcomes new chief technology officer

14 August 2023

Ace Aquatec welcomes new chief technology officer

Ace Aquatec, the award-winning aquaculture technology company, has announced the appointment of Keith Davidson as Chief Technology Officer, who brings with him a wealth of experience leading global technology teams.

Having managed teams across the USA, Canada, India, China, Europe and Asia, Keith has worked with technology companies at every stage, from start-ups to multinational corporations. A deep curiosity for all things science and technology led him to the role and his extensive experience of aligning technology strategies with overall business goals will support Ace Aquatec to achieve its aim of developing world-class ethical technology for the growing global aquaculture sector. 

Speaking about his new appointment, Keith Davidson said: “There are few professional opportunities that come along where you have the chance to work across almost every engineering discipline. Ace Aquatec products span mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and AI and as a technologist and engineer at heart this is an ideal opportunity to work in a field where technology is truly used for good. I plan to take this opportunity to build on the fantastic work already being done by Ace Aquatec’s world class technology team to provide fully integrated intelligent aquaculture products that support our customers to operate efficiently and humanely.”

Nathan Pyne-Carter, CEO of Ace Aquatec said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Keith to the executive team and everyone at Ace Aquatec is looking forward to working with him on the further development of our high-welfare aquaculture technologies. Keith’s core principles clearly align with our ethos, and we are delighted he is joining at a time of growth for the company and sector as a whole."

Ace Aquatec is a leading aquaculture technology company. They partner with world-leading experts in various scientific fields to apply technological developments across aquaculture and marine industries.