PESCA CHILE is a fishing company owned by GRUPO PESCANOVA, a Spanish corporation that for more than four decades has been pioneer in the frozen fish industry development. PESCANOVA operates one of the greatest fishing fleets in the world, with an important presence in the main international markets. Presently, PESCA CHILE exports more that 30 marine species in 200 different presentations to thirty-eight countries in the world. The company counts with a fleet of fourteen fishing vessels, the greatest fleet operating in Chilean waters, four processing plants along the country certified
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