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Engaging in productive discussions with Director of Primary Products Export Development, Directorate General of National Export Development of the Republic of Indonesia at BISFE 2023, exploring exciting opportunities for new collaborations

Indonesia’s thriving fisheries, aquaculture and seafood sectors are set to take the international stage with the much-anticipated INDO FISHERIES 2024 EXPO & FORUM, an international exhibitions and forums on Fish farmers, fish feed, Captured fish equipment, Aquaculture industries, Seafood and food processing and Cold storage. Incorporating with Indo Livestock, Indo Feed, Indo Dairy, Indo Vet, and Indo Agrotech 2024 Expo & Forum, this prestigious event promises to be a convergence point for experts, business, and enthusiasts from all corners of the globe, uniting to explore, innovate, and enhance these vital industries.

Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world with approximately 17,500 islands spread from Sabang to Merauke and from Aceh to Papua. Based on the data from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia has around 7.81 million square kilometers divided into land of around 2.01 million square kilometers, and the remaining is  for about 3.25 million square kilometers consists of waters. The potential of marine and fisheries is enormous as well as the biodiversity stored in it.

Indonesian fisheries exports in January-June 2023 were recorded at around 2.8 billion US dollars. Based on export value, the most exported commodities after shrimp are tuna and tiger prawns, many of which are sent to Japan. In the January-April 2023 period, shrimp exports reached 567 million US dollars, followed by tuna-skipjack-fin tuna with an export value of 282 million US dollars, and squid-cuttlefish-octopus with an export value of 195 million US dollars. As Indo Fisheries sees that potential, in 2024 Indo Fisheries is optimistic to achieve a target of 700 companies from 50 countries including 10 country pavilions.

Indonesia, with its rich marine resources and dynamic seafood production, stands as one of global leaders in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Indo Fisheries 2024 Expo & Forum will serve as a bridge between the international community and Indonesia’s thriving industry. The event  aims to facilitate trade, knowledge exchange, and technology transfer to further develop and sustain these industries.


Meet our team at Busan International Seafood and Fisheries Expo (BISFE) 2023!

We, the organiser of INDO FISHERIES 2024 EXPO & FORUM, are promoting the aforementioned event at Busan International Seafood and Fisheries Expo (BISFE) 2023 on 1 – 3 November 2023. Please visit us to discuss your participation and we’re eager to customize your involvement. You can find us in Bexco BUSAN at Booth H21 and we look forward to meeting you.


For further information, please contact:

Senior Sales Manager:

Ms. Devi Ardiatne

Email: devi@napindo.com

Mobile: +62 878 8288 5518              

Junior Sales Manager:

Ms. Agnes Nilam Sunardi

Email: agnes@napindo.com

Mobile: +62 823 1093 9951