REVOLUTIONIZING THE RUSSIAN AND THE KOREAN FISHING MARKETS

The recent tour of our International Business team to Far Eastern Russia and South Korea was a highly successful one. The objective of this tour was to meet our existing partners for further business development and explore new business avenues in Trawl Fishing. We are aggressively expanding our brand reach in these markets to promote our trawl netting business.

Tufropes is a leading supplier of high-quality Trawl fishing Nets to some of the World’s best brands. Our focus is to expand our strategic partnerships with our Channel Partners in Russia and Korea.

Far Eastern Russia is the easternmost part of Russia, comprising the Pacific Ocean islands, coastline and a swath of eastern Siberia. The Russian Far East contains some of the world’s most diverse, productive, and healthy river and ocean ecosystems, and it is a global priority for wild salmon conservation. Russia’s three main salmon producing regions in the Far East – Khabarovsk, Sakhalin Island, and the Kamchatka Peninsula – account for a third of the Pacific Rim’s wild salmon.

South Korea officially the Republic of Korea is a country in East Asia. South Korea occupies the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea to the north, China across the sea to the west and Japan a short ferry ride to the southeast. Fisheries production in South Korea has fluctuated most years since the late 1990s though the overall trend has been upward due to strong growth in marine aquaculture output and better fish stock management. Coastal and offshore fisheries production remains stable while aquaculture production has doubled in size during the past decade.