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Craig Cammilleri (left) Glenn Wheeler and Ross Cammilleri are keen to pursue new opportunities, such as aquaculture and live export. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Fremantle Octopus to extend reach

AN innovative technique for octopus fishing that provides greater catch and cost efficiencies is a key part of agribusiness Fremantle Octopus’s planned expansion in Western Australia and interstate.

Last month, the company opened a sophisticated investor raising in the hopes of securing $4.95 million to bankroll the strategy, led by Cottesloe-based fund manager View Street Partners.

Fremantle Octopus was established in 2002 by brothers Ross and Craig Cammilleri, and has already grown significantly in the years since, now holding most of the licences in the Western Australian octopus fishery.

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East Perth-Common Sense Finance
Great to see innovative technology in the fishing industry. A true game-changer.

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WA Revenue most recent financial year

34th-Perth Markets$5.8m
35th-Wildcross$5.2m
36th-Fremantle Octopus$5.0m
37th-Latitude Fisheries$5.0m
38th-Bunge$4.0m
79 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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