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Exports of Peruvian scallops rose by 5.17 per cent in 2009. (Photo: Stock File)

Investment Fishing Group ventures into aquaculture

PERU
Wednesday, June 02, 2010, 16:50 (GMT + 9)



The firm Investment Fishing Group will begin to export scallops to France in an effort to take advantage of the increased demand for Peruvian products overseas and the rise in prices internationally.

With this initiative, the firm, which offers management and personnel outsourcing services, will venture into the global aquaculture market.

“The idea is to purchase production from a third party and head up the processing, packaging and export,” explained the director of the firm, Santiago Freundt.

The first shipments would be realised during the second half of 2010. In addition, one of the mid-term plans the Group is to enter the US market.

The executive, who also owns shares in Pelagic Fishing Group, commented that given the absence of jack mackerel and mackerel, he decided to invest around USD 35 million to acquire a large trawler vessel to fish the resource within and beyond the 200-mile area.

For this reason, the company abandoned the project to built a canning plant in Pisco.

"We prefer to follow the resource before investing on land. And without a doubt it was the best decision, because we just finished fishing 3,000 tonnes of jack mackerel off the coasts of Chile which will help us to compensate for the decline in the canning business,” Freundt indicated.

The boat Francisca possesses an incorporated plant with the capacity to process 250 tonnes of frozen fish per day, and store 4,000 tonnes, El Comercio reports.

Meanwhile, the Commission for the Promotion of Peruvian Exports and Tourism(PromPeru) reveals that the scallops exports grew 5.17 per cent in 2009.

Last year, the main market for Peruvian shipments of scallops (fresh and frozen) was France, which purchased 4.9 million tonnes worth USD 33.6 million.

The second destination market was the US, with Italy, the Netherlands and Spain further behind.

PromPeru emphasised that the share of the region of Piura in the country’s scallops exports increased 5.3 per cent last year, with respect to 2008.

By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com
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