CNFC International Corp. is the largest multi-national fisheries enterprise of China.
It has more than 220 of bottom trawlers, long-liners, merchants carriers and bunker service vessels operating mainly in Atlantic, Indian Ocean Arabian Sea and Mediterranean sea.
Main products are: cuttlefish, octopus, white and tiger shrimps, yellow croakers, bobo croakers, tonguesole, etc.. Its annual production is nearly 100.000 tons which export to the markets of Europe Union, Japan, United States, China, etc.. In South-east Asia and China we have competitive sales nets.
It has established two factories, one in Dakar and the other in Nouadhbou, both are approved by Europe Union and the United States.
It also dedicates to purchases and sales of fishing materials in all over the world and can provide any kind of labour service relating fishing sector.With high quality and varied products and years of operating experience, established a worldwide sales network, products in the market with high awareness, customers are mainly located in Europe, Africa, Japan, United States, China Mainland and Hong Kong. More than 270 million U.S. dollars in trade volume.
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