Export of non-edible aquatic fish abroad
Exports of more than 4,000 tons of non-edible aquaculture abroad Konarak, Director General of Fisheries of Sistan and Baluchestan announced a $ 16 million export of non-edible aquatic aquaculture from Kanarak to China, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka last year alone.
Hedayatullah Mirmoradzehi in an interview with ISNA reporter, referring to the fishing potential of Kanarak city in the south of the province, said: Kanarak has 6 fishing docks with 450 dinghies and 1,260 fishing boats.
Referring to the activities of 10,000 fishermen in the city, he added: “Seafood products of Kanarak city are processed in 11 canning factories and 16 packaging companies and exported to and from the country.” Since the beginning of last year, it has been exported from Kanark to China, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
Mirmoradzehi, referring to the export of non-edible aquatic animals abroad, said: “Last year alone, the export of non-edible aquatic products in this city has earned more than 16 million dollars and more than 800 jobs have been directly created.”
Explaining the exported non-food products, he said: “More than 4,000 tons of non-edible fish, including squid, fish table, eel, horse mane, crab, oyster and catfish have been exported to these countries.” Director General of Sistan and Baluchestan Fisheries To organize the port and boats of Kanark fishing pier, he said: this pier, as one of the largest fishing piers in the country, needs 235 billion tomans of credit to build a breakwater and organize 650 fishing boats stationed in it, which is done in several phases. It becomes.
Mirmoradzehi said that the purpose of organizing the Kanarak wharf was to turn it into a modern port and added: “By organizing this wharf, all the steps of unloading, processing, packing and exporting fishing will be done in this port.”