The island of Coetivy is situated more than 290km away from the main island, Mahe and its crystal clear waters cannot carry any pollutant neither shrimp disease, except from its own farm. The elongated shape of the island makes it possible to pump sea water from one side and discharge on the other side. The island has her own hatchery with a capacity of 50 million post larvae per year.
The island also has a complete processing plant, where shrimps are processed and frozen within hours after harvesting. In august 1995, a shrimp feed factory was set up to produce fresher and better quality feeds. The first shrimps grown completely on this feed are now harvested and are showing both faster growth and reduced feed conversions. The quality of the feed also made it possible to keep high density ponds.