Harry Yuli Susanto has worked in the aquaculture sector for 21 years, building on extensive field experience while working alongside multiple stakeholders in the industry. · Currently work as director of PT. Alter Trade Indonesia (PT. ATINA), processor and Exporter of Frozen Shrimp and Seafood Products.
He has helped to support the development on Southeast Asia Aquaculture and Fisheries through the Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC), a group of stakeholders working to build their own fisheries and shrimp aquaculture improvement tools. He is also member of “Aquaculture Technical Advisory Committee” – Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program. The Aquarium’s Seafood Watch® program is part of a comprehensive initiative to improve the sustainability of global fisheries and aquaculture through scientific research, policy leadership, industry partnerships, and business and consumer engagement. He also one of directors of the “Indonesian Fishery Producers Processing & Marketing Association” (AP5I) a entrepreneurs and professional associations in the field of processing, production, and marketing of fishery products. AP5I move in the corridors of the Law and Regulations applicable regulations issued by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the competent authority.
He also co-founder “Indonesian Shrimp Forum” (FUI) a group of multiple shrimp aquaculture stakeholder. Play a strategic role in analyzing the main obstacles and challenges, as well as formulating priority policy recommendations for the development of a sustainable shrimp industry in Indonesia. He has played a key role in his organization’s focus on development of small-scale aquaculture producers engaging in a unique “people-to-people” trade connecting between producers and consumers with the developing world handling “eco-food” items.