In 2006 Actemsa, the Galician company, located in Pobra do Caramiñal A family owned and Escuris-Villa, has just acquired 100% of the capital of Brazil's Santos Leal Food Industries (IALS), the largest producer of tuna loins from Brazil.
IALS was owned Brazilian oil multinational Iparanga, the second largest oil producing country, which has decided to divest all of its business outside the hydrocarbon sector and focus on the oil field. "IALS is the first fishing group in Brazil, capturing 30% of tuna there," said Escuris. In the purchase are included, according to this official of the company, seven tuna boats, fish meal plant, a refrigerator with a capacity of 6,000 tons, a processing plant and its own port
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