Ghanim International Corporation inked a deal with Pure Fresh International recently, further enhancing the continuous production of blue shrimps and growth of aquaculture in Brunei.
The partnership also aimed to boost other seafood processing, trade of seafood products by promoting aquaculture development and exchange of related expertise and technologies.
Ghanim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Nur Rahman said that that the initiative of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing is aimed at the high demand, profit feasibility and the need to adapt to the growing blue shrimp market.
“We are pleased to step into the next phase of our relationship and strengthen the partnership into solid economic opportunities to develop Brunei into a leading aquaculture player in the world,” he said.
Pure Fresh International is a pioneer in the whole seafood industry chain in China with established infrastructure network from retail, e-commerce and wholesale business to cold chain storage and residential online-to-offline (O2O) community in China.
The ceo added: “We will be utilizing the technology and experience to supplement the fisheries and aquaculture sector sustainably through technology and knowledge transfer.”
For Pure Fresh International, it is also eyeing on halal-focused industry to broaden the company’s export portfolio.
Pure Fresh International Director Eyan Ou said: “Pure Fresh is very committed to participate in the development aspiration of Brunei to enhance the value chain sustainability and export responsibly to safeguard the future of the industry.”
The MoU signing ceremony took place at Indera Kayangan Ballroom,The Empire Hotel and Country Club witnessed by Second Minister of Finance and Economy and Minister at Prime Minister’s Office Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Dr Hj Mohd Amin Liew Abdullah.
The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN