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PROYECTO INTEGRAL DE

MARICULTURA EN MAR ABIERTO,


EN LAS AGUAS DEL ESTADO DE
CAMPECHE

Sagiv, Shalom.
Director General de MayaFish
USSEC
EXPORTACION

NEW ORLEANS

MIAMI

PORT PROGESS
MERIDA, YUCATAN
24-48HOURS
PROCESSING
PLANT
MAYA PORT
FISH HARVEST

ADMIN
FOR HATCHERY
SALES

SYSTEM
EGGS CAGE
TO 40 30KM
GRS
About us

Maya Fish PTE raises Red Drum


(Sciaenops ocellatus), a species of fish
that fortunately grows fast and has an
existing market in the United States. The
company has a hatchery for production of
larvae and fry, a nursery for fry 600
meters from shore, an oshore farm
which is 30 kilometers from shore, and a
fish processing plant. The fish are sold in
the USA.
Red Drum Natural History
The Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), also known as channel bass, redfish, spottail bass or simply reds,
is a game fish that is found in the Atlantic Ocean from Massa- chusetts to Florida and in the Gulf of
Mexico from Florida to Northern Mexico. Red Drum get their name due to the fact that they are reddish
and make a croaking or drumming sound when distressed. It is the only species in the genus Sciaenops.
Scientists believe that the black spot near their tail helps fool
predators into attacking the red drum's tail instead of their head, allowing the Red Drum to escape.
Planta de proceso
Processing Plant
The company rents the processing plant which was built in 2011 and 2012. The plant was specifically
designed to process fresh fish from the farm. Whole fish can be either be gut- ted or filleted. The plant
can process up to one ton of fish an hour when operating at full capacity. The plant has received
certification as a HACCP approved processing plant by the health department of Mexico and the FDA in
the United States.
Global Trends
Population growth and health-conscious culture are increasing global demand for fish.
FAO forecasts that global fishing demand will be exceeded by 2030.

Shortage
Demand Supply
Hatchery
Hatchery
Hatchery
Food Production
Farm
Farm
Farm
Harvesting
Harvesting
Processing
Processing
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