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The Partnership Fund and Israeli companies signed a memorandum

Posted on: 04 May 2017

The partnership Fund together with Aquamaof Aquaculture Technologies and JVS I.G. Capital Investment, the two Israeli companies, signed a memorandum of understanding.The memorandum envisions building a high tech fish farm in Georgia, which will provide a variety of fish products, for local consumption and export. The staff will be trained accordance with the international standards."Our country is unique in terms of fish production. I am happy that our water resources will be utilized. The memorandum which has been signed today aims to introduce modern technologies in fish production, which would be new for the sector locally and which will expand the production and rise competitiveness,” David Saganelidze, CEO of the Partnership Fund said. The partner companies will conduct a feasibility study to evaluate viability of the project in Georgia, while the Partnership Fund will involve in the project after the assessment process is over.

 

 

Aquamaof Aquaculture Technologies Aquamaof Aquaculture Technologies

 

Aquamaof Aquaculture Technologies Aquamaof Aquaculture Technologies is an Israeli based company which for more than 20 years provides research and development, professional consulting and outsourcing services for aqua farming in over 50 locations around the world.

 

JVS I.G. Capital Investment I.G. Capital Investment

 

JVS I.G. Capital Investment I.G. Capital Investment provides consultancy and corporate services, including assisting business and government to develop and settle on the global market. The company also has a brokerage service.

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