Japanese seafood processing plant built in Binh Dinh

Japan’s Binh Dinh Evertrust firm began construction on a seafood processing and preservation plant, the first of its kind in the Nhon Hoi economic zone in Quy Nhon city, in the central province of Binh Dinh on October 10. 

At the groundbreaking ceremony.

Costing nearly 8 million USD, the plant sits on a site of 5ha and is designed to process and preserve 2,000 tonnes of aquatic products each year. It will also offer services including hot baths, Japanese cuisine and cultural products for visitors. 

The first stage of the project is scheduled to be put into operation by mid-2019.

General Director of Evertrust Kosaburo Kimura expressed his wish to turn the plant into a source of tuna for both domestic and foreign supplies so that more consumers can access Vietnamese tuna. 

Permanent Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Phan Cao Thang said the project will contribute to improving the capacity of seafood processing, which is a strength of Binh Dinh, as well as diversifying tourist services and generating more jobs.

Source: VNA

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