Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Holland company to buy fish from Indonesia

Holland fish-processing company Esro Food Product is going to import fisheries products from Indonesia from three major fish-producing provinces, Jakarta, East Java, and South Sulawesi, starting from September. For a start, Esro will import at least 3 containers of shrimp and kakap fish from Jakarta, while further calculating imports from East Java and South Sulawesi. This was revealed by Director of Foreign Marketing at the Department of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Saut P. Hutagalung yesterday in response to the more open European market following the European Union Commission's decision to loosen quality requirements for Indonesian fisheries.

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