ZAGREB, July 1 (Hina) – Cromaris sold 956 tonnes of fish and processed products in June, which was 18% more than in June 2019, this leading company in the aquaculture sector in Croatia stated on Wednesday.
The sales revenues increased by about 20% this June as against the same month in 2019.
In the first half of 2020, the corona crisis slightly affected the level of sales, however, the adverse effect was offset by higher prices. As a result, 2020 H1 business revenues are likely to be similar to the company’s performance in the corresponding period in 2019.
Cromaris, a member of the Adris Group, introduces itself on its website as “a company that specializes in growing, processing and sale of indigenous Adriatic fish.”
“We were established in 2009 through a merger of Croatian and European aquaculture pioneers. Our fish has present in the European market for over 40 years.”
More than 80% of the factory’s production is exported.
“We are currently present in the markets of Croatia, Italia, Slovenia, Germany, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Hungary.”