Greece is located at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Situated on the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula, it shares land borders with Albania to the northwest, the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north and Turkey to the northeast.
Greece has a longstanding tradition in the fisheries and maritime sector. There are several factors highlighting aquaculture as one of the key productive sectors where Greece possesses competitive advantages and dynamic potential for economic growth. The main factors are favourable environmental and climatic conditions, the availability of adequate sea and inland areas, the experience and scientific know-how, the existing infrastructure and skilled human resource.
Greek aquaculture is dominated by the farming of marine finfish in offshore cages, specifically of gilthead sea bream and European sea bass followed by Mediterranean mussels.
With an objective to explore new business avenues in Fishing and Aquaculture our International Business team visited Greece earlier this month. “We had some very productive meetings with our existing partners and potential clients. We discussed regarding the market potential and great progress we have made in the last few years in the Aquaculture segment. We are confident that this visit will further enhance our partnerships for mutual benefit.” said Kunal Israni.