The Peru facility is due high open by year-end
Spanish seafood processor Nueva Pescanova is increasing in Peru with a EUR7m (US$8.4m) funding to construct a brand new manufacturing facility within the nation’s capital Lima.
The 8,000 sq m plant, positioned within the port space of Pucusana, could have the aptitude to course of 12,700 tons of cephalopods equivalent to squid and octopus yearly. It’s going to additionally course of fish together with mahi to be was surimi. The positioning additionally has extra capability to course of round an additional 900 tons.
Nueva Pescanova’s Novaperú subsidiary, which it based in Peru in 1995 with a plant within the San Juan de Miraflores district of Lima, will function the brand new facility. It is because of come on stream on the finish of the yr with 170 staff on board, a ten% enhance to the corporate’s present workforce in Peru.
Manuel Quintana del Hierro, the CEO of Novaperú, stated in an announcement: “The brand new plant will enable us to extend the productive capability of species equivalent to squid or mahi, in addition to the event of latest merchandise to enhance the vertical integration of the group. As well as, the brand new facility could have automated manufacturing traces that can enable power financial savings and enhance manufacturing effectivity.”
Final yr, Spanish lender Abanca elevated its stake in Nueva Pescanova to 80.46% after shopping for an extra 39.8% holding from two different native banks, Banco Sabadell and Caixabank.
Nueva Pescanova, primarily based within the Spanish metropolis of Pontevedra, had a turnover in 2020 of EUR905m, based on its web site.