Copeinca finished on January 8th its second fishing season quota, and ended second in the year processing 13.73% of the total Peruvian quota of 6,175,000 MT, of which 10.7% came from own catch. Copeinca produced 196,773 MT of fishmeal and 46,000 MT of fish oil. 100% of fishmeal was SD, fish oil production had a 5.92% yield, fishmeal production had a 23.6% yield and the total yield was 29.5%.
For the second fishing season of the year (November - January) Copeinca processed 14.68% of the total Peruvian quota of 2,500,000 MT, of which 10.7% came from own catch. Total production for the second fishing season was 85,089 MT of SD fishmeal and 22.015 MT of fish oil.
It is noteworthy that the second fishing season formal completion is scheduled for January 31st.
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About Copeinca ASA
Copeinca ASA is one of the largest fishmeal and fish oil producers in Peru. The Company produces its fishmeal and fish oil from anchovy harvested off the coast of Peru, and most of its production is exported. Key countries for export are China, Japan, Germany, Canada, Chile and Denmark. Typical customers are fish and animal feed producers as well as refineries for omega-3 products. Copeinca ASA runs its operations out of Lima and has its own fleet. Copeinca ASA operates 5 plants located in strategic locations all around the Peruvian coast line. The Company has around 1,400 part and full time employees.
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