KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs) IMPACT

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KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs) IMPACT

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Consumer Driven Production: Integrating Innovative approaches for Competitive and Sustainable Performance across the Mediterranean Aquaculture Value Chain
www.performfish.eu
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WORK PACKAGE 7 – KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPIs) IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND CODE OF CONDUCT
The Challenge
While aquaculture is recognised as an important sector for the local economy in the Mediterranean, there is a need for a reliable system to measure its environmental and technical performance at a local and regional scale. Existing performance indicator systems depend on information that can be difficult to collect, or that producers are reluctant to share publicly. Several initiatives are currently being developed, such as the Global Aquaculture Performance Index (GAPI) and the World Aquaculture Performance Indicators (WAPI) – though none specifically addressing Mediterranean sea bass and sea bream. Hence the need to develop a system to cover these species in collaboration with the producers, ensuring reliability of data and uptake by the industry.
Proposed Solution PerformFISH has developed a KPI-based benchmarking system specifically designed for European sea bass and gilthead sea bream production. This system has been validated by industry and is based on 55 KPIs that can be easily measured by producers. Based on the benchmarking system results, PerformFISH will also develop a Code of Conduct to increase the transparency of objectives and practices of the Marine Mediterranean Fish Farming (MMFF) sector. The MMFF Code of Conduct will provide guidelines to formulate industry Best Management Practices (BMPs) to ensure responsible performance, set harmonised standards and improve consumer perception.
Industry Consultation
To agree on the most informative KPIs and to identify the type and quality of production data that MMFF companies could provide for benchmarking.
• Asociacion Empresarial de Acuicultura de Espagna (APROMAR, Spain)
• Syndicat Français de l’Aquaculture Marine et Nouvelle (SFAMN, France)
• Associazione Piscicoltori Italiani (API, Italy) • Croatian Chamber of Economy-Croatian
Aquaculture Association (CCE-CAA, Croatia) • Federation of Greek Mariculture (FGM,
Greece)

KPI Validation Process

Nov 2017 Preliminary selection of KPIs • Preliminary list of KPIs (133) • Selection of KPIs • Glossary

June – Aug 2018 Development of data collection methodology
• Methodology for KPI data recording at industrial facilities
• Development of datasheets for data collection

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Dec 2017 – April 2018 Industry Consultation Process
• Consultation with Producers’ Associations and farm managers
• Parametrisation of data recording (inputs/outputs)
• 55 KPIs selected by industry

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Sept – Oct 2018 Industry Training on KPIs
• Training on KPIs to farm managers (Croatia, Spain, Italy, Greece, France)
• Manual on Standard Operating Procedures

PerformFISH Virtual Research Environment (VRE)
• Single access point for Producer’s Associations and Companies
• Security and privacy ensured by implementing the most advanced IT technologies
• High-scalable environment ensuring long-term sustainability
• Fine-grained user access-control at farm level
• Automatic data validation anonymisation and encryption
• S tatistical tools for KPI analysis

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PerformFISH KPI System

Four overarching KPI categories

35 Technical
Performance Indicators (T-KPI) for ranking biological performances of batches and technical efficiency.

14 Environmental
Performance Indicators (ENV-KPI) to assess the impact of farming practices on the preservation of biodiversity and habitats, the use of natural resources, water, space and energy use, and its ecological footprint.

9 Welfare
Performance Indicators (W-KPI) to assess welfare at different life stages and in relation to different culture systems and husbandry practices.

2 Economic
Performance Indicators (E-KPI) for estimating productivity and efficiency of aquafarms.

Going Forward (2019-2022) The benchmarking system is currently being tested by 20 MMFF companies across 40 farm sites. The resulting realtime data provided by the companies will represent current operational values across the industry. This baseline information will be used, not only to establish realistic quantitative production targets, but also to evaluate the success of the PerformFISH solutions on operational performances. Based on the results of the testing, the KPIs will be adapted to provide a fully validated system that can be used by the industry after the end of the project.
Find out more: www.performfish.eu
@PerformFISH_EU www.linkedin.com/company/performfish/

Carrying out testing of Key P erformance Indicators over 3 years

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Contact Us:
WP7 Leader: Giovanna Marino email: [email protected]

Communication & Press: Emma Bello Gómez email: [email protected]

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 727610 (PerformFISH). This output reflects the views only of the author(s), and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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