APCI urges the Indonesian Government to hasten SNI ImplementationIndonesian Pangasius Industry Association (APCI) urges the Indonesian Government to hasten the implementation of the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for pangasius fish. APCI states that the implementation of SNI for pangasius will help to protect the domestic...
Indonesian pangasius flies to Dubai
The Indonesian Catfish Entrepreneurs Association (APCI) is preparing to fly to DUBAI – to join the event as one of the exhibitors at the Middle East SEAFEX, October 30 – November 1, 2018 at the Dubai World Trade Center.
Building the Indonesian Pangasius Brand in the Export Market
Patin or also known as Pangasius is becoming a hot discussion among stakeholders of aquaculture in Indonesia. In line with the government program to make pangasius as a commodity directed at industrialization.
Tulungagung Regency Produces 56 Tons of Pangasius Fish Daily
In one day the Tulungagung Regency produced 56 tons of catfish. Of the total production, 12 tons were processed into fillets (boneless fish meat).