Participating in an international exhibition like Conxemar 2023 has a great relevance in terms of promotion of Italian fisheries production. The presence for the first time of 26 companies from the fishing and aquaculture sector in the Italian stand is certainly important both in terms of the exchange of knowledge and good practices but also with a view to possible commercial agreements between companies as well as for the promotion or enhancement of Italian processing companies and their products, their technologies and business methodologies.
Eleonora Iacovoni, (Italy)
Guinea-Bissau’s expectations for this 24th edition of Conxemar are to bring partners to meet our fisheries (INIPO) and marine protected areas and Biodiversity (IBAP) institutions, responsible for the preservation and sustainability of our fisheries resources and proactively share with fishing companies present at CONXEMAR investment opportunities in Guinea- Bissau. We also set out to enhance the exchange of experiences and reinforce Article 10 of the Protocol to the Fisheries Agreement between Guinea-Bissau and the European Union, in promoting the economic integration of European Union operators in the fisheries sector in Guinea- Bissau as a whole.
Justiniano Gomes, (Guinea-Bissau)
As the Exporter Association, we organize the Turkish national participation in the international exhibitions worldwide. This is the first time that we are taking part in the Conxemar Exhibition and our aim is to make our fisheries sector known to the world. Turkey is taking important steps to become a global brand in the aquaculture sector. We believe that with our participation in the Conxemar exhibition we will be able to make our brand known around the world.
Gülden Polat, (Turkey)
Spain is the second largest market for Irish seafood exports in value terms, with €64 million exported in 2022
Tara O’Hanlon, Bord Bia, (Ireland)
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to transform the shrimp industry, improving efficiency, reducing costs, optimizing production and addressing challenges such as diseases and changing environmental conditions
José Antonio Camposano, National Chamber of Aquaculture (Ecuador)
Our goal at Conxemar has been to provide a central hub where buyers looking for Alaskan seafood products could find suppliers to meet their needs
Hannah Lindoff, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, (USA)
In today’s marketplace, to remain relevant to the consumer, companies must innovate in both products and formats
Isabel Lorea, Mowi, (Norway)
We have proactively shared with the fishing companies present at Conxemar the investment opportunities in Guinea-Bissau, a country on the West African coast with the best fishing and marine biomass resources
Justiniano Gomes, National Association of Industrial Fishing Enterprises, (Guinea-Bissau)
Argentina has one of the fishing grounds that has not only demonstrated sustainability, but shows very marked cases of growth. We must continue with management policies that ensure the level of sustainability to which we aspire.
Carlos Liberman, Undersecretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Nation and President of the Federal Fisheries Council, (Argentina).
Turkey ranks first in trout production and second in sea bream and sea bass in Europe. We have participated for the first time in the Conxemar fair to make our fishing sector known to the world.
Gülden Polat, Istanbul Fish and Animal Products Exporters Association, (Turkey).