South Korea: Cooperation between Fisheries Cooperative and Incheon Port Authority to expand sales channels for seafood
Supply Chain Management
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Published Dec 9, 2023
The National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives signed a business agreement with the Incheon Port Authority and member associations of fisheries cooperatives to promote the export of fisheries products and strengthen the competitiveness of export companies. The agreement includes cooperation in revitalizing seafood exports through Incheon Port, supporting fishery product export companies, and promoting the Incheon Port cargo volume incentive project. In order to promote the export of marine products, the Incheon Port Authority is exempting port facility usage fees for certain land and buildings used by fisheries cooperatives.
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[Reporter Kim Gwan-tae, Korea Farmers and Fishermen Newspaper] On the 5th, the National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives signed a ‘business agreement to promote the export of fisheries products from Incheon Port and strengthen the competitiveness of export companies’ with the Incheon Port Authority (hereinafter referred to as IPA) and the member associations of fisheries cooperatives (Gyeongin West, Incheon, and Jeju Fish Farming Fisheries Cooperatives). Attending the signing ceremony on this day were Yang Dong-wook, executive director of the National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives, Lee Gyeong-gyu, president of IPA, Park Cheol-soo, head of the Gyeongin Western Fisheries Cooperative, Cha Hyeong-il, head of the Incheon Fisheries Cooperative, and Oh Dong-hoon, executive director of the Jeju Fish Farmers' Cooperative. Through this agreement, the Fisheries Cooperative and IPA will cooperate in revitalizing seafood exports through Incheon Port and strengthening the ...