According to Public Relations and International Affairs of Qeshm Free Zone Organization, Hamed Abdollahi added: Three European companies from Norway, a company from France, and a Spanish company, along with three Asian companies from South Korea, China and Turkey, attend this exhibition, which will be held from January 17-19, at the Hall of Qeshm International Exhibitions.
According to him, the introduction of investment opportunities in the aquaculture sector, familiarity with the latest technologies in the field of the fisheries industry, the holding of workshops, focusing on fisheries and the fishing industry, the necessary arrangements for direct contact with domestic and foreign activists of this industry, is part of the objectives of this exhibition.
The director of agriculture and fishery of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization, from the agricultural, livestock and fisheries industries, has named as the main pillars of the resistance economy, adding: Qeshm has very good and high capacities in the field of production and employment of fisheries industries, and with the arrival of the Tadbir-o-Omid government, a realistic look is at the fishing industry of the island.
He said: in this exhibition, the owners of aquaculture equipment and fish breeding in cages, seafood producers and suppliers, breeders and fish producers, fish breeders, fishery products processing companies, producers of machinery for transportation and transportation of fish and fish products fishermen, and aquatic food producers, are present.
Abdollahi also described the opportunities for maritime investment, including maritime industries, maritime industries and shipbuilding, fisheries and aquaculture, and the identification of Persian Gulf fish stocks as side events at the three-day exhibition in Qeshm.
According to this report, applicants can contact for 35252650 with pre-registration number 076 for further information.
It is worth mentioning that the first international exhibition of fishery, aquaculture and related industries in Qeshm was held last year with more than 30 domestic and foreign companies on the island.