The Nueva Pescanova Group is a Spanish company specialized in the fishingm, farming, processing and commercialization of seafood products, present in in 27 countries on four continents, with more than 12,000 employees.
The Spanish firm sells its products in 80 countries and is also one of the world's leading shrimp producers, while it sells more than 70 seafood products.
The company has developed an ambitious Strategic Plan with horizon 2020 based on four fundamental levers: a new commercial ambition focusing its efforts in the so-called Big 5 (Spain, Portugal, France, Italy and USA); Cost optimization; The management of the processes and the centralization of all the subsidiaries of the organization in a single vertical organization.
In its continuous commitment to innovation, the company will build in O Grove (Galicia, Spain) the Pescanova Biomarine Center, one of the largest and most modern aquaculture research centers in Europe.
In the aquaculture sector, this Spanish multinational grows a total of 45,000 tonnes per year on its more than 8,000 hectares of farms spread all over the world.
The Nueva Pescanova Group also has a strong commitment to the sustainability of natural resources and the local communities in which it is present. Corporate Social Responsibility is ingrained in our DNA.
We fish in the best fishing grounds of the southern hemisphere, catching and selecting the best species. The Group’s fleet consists of 72 fishing units.
The Spanish multinational grows a total of 45,000 tonnes a year on its more than 8,000 hectares of farms spread throughout the world. Some of the most important countries in Aquaculture are: Spain, Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, Brazil and Guatemala.
Nueva Pescanova has specialized production centers in 11 countries in Africa, America and Europe that have a high degree of innovation.
The Spanish company has its own commercial offices in 9 countries and markets its products in 80 countries around the world.
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