Aquaculture for all

Canada Explores New Pelagic and Shellfish Markets

Economics Politics +2 more

CANADA - Barry Group Incorporated will receive C$22,980 through the Fisheries Technology and New Opportunities Programme to assist with the exploration of overseas markets for pelagic and shellfish.

Lucy Towers thumbnail

Barry Group Incorporated Explores International Markets with $22,980 from the Provincial Government

“The Provincial Government has made it a priority to foster the success of provincial seafood producers in international markets, as seen in our investments to support various marketing initiatives, and our achievements through CETA negotiations. This investment of almost C$23,000 continues our efforts to help the industry gain market share worldwide,” said Keith Hutchings, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture.

The funding will be used to help Barry Group Incorporated connect with potential clients in Russia, Europe, and Asia, and to strengthen existing relationships in developing markets.

“In order to remain globally competitive, it is extremely important for Barry Group to continually build our international customer base. I appreciate the Provincial Government’s support for international trade initiatives, and I look forward to building the reputation of Newfoundland and Labrador’s fine seafood around the world,” said Bill Barry, CEO, Barry Group Incorporated.

Through sound fiscal management and responsible decisions, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is strengthening the business environment, encouraging the development of innovative industries, and building a vibrant economy.