On September 20, the inspection of the shrimp fleet in Mexico begins

Sinaloa.- Jesús Omar Lizárraga, president of the Union of Shipowners of the Pacific Coast, revealed that next September 20, the american authorities arrive in Mexico to carry out the inspection and evaluation from shrimp fleet.

The fishing leader explained that when this opinion is positive, the order is sent to the border so that the Mexican product can be marketed in the United States.

Lizárraga pointed out that the fishing sector has complied with the commitments that the Mexican government made with the American one.

“The expectations of Conapesca regarding the training courses that have been given were fulfilled,” said the leader. Everything that entails operating expenses so that a boat can go out to make the captures are extensive, from maintenance of paint, machine, refrigeration, hydraulic, electrical, mechanical and all spare parts, up to more than 2 million are spent of pesos.

He revealed that the most expensive item is fuel. The Pemex price is between 22 pesos per liter of diesel.

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The fishing sector hopes that the federal authorities will return the subsidies, especially that of marine diesel.

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