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SZLC joins the 11th China Fisheries & Seafood Expo

China Fisheries & Seafood Exposition was held at the Qingdao International Exhibition & Convention Center, Shandong on November 1-3, 2006.

Luen Thai Fishing Venture and Liancheng Representatives include Willie Tan, Luen Thai Private Group CEO; Samuel Chou, President of LTFV Far East; Xiehe Li, Vice President and General Manager of SZLC; Helen Pan, Processing Division; Eva NG and Elaine Yeung, Sales Division; Moulder Huang and Zhang Bing from SZLC; and JingHong Li, Suzette Pasustento and Ruth Wang from Luen Thai Private Group Corporate.

The company partnered with Luen Thai Fishing Venture., Ltd. to set up a strong exhibitor for promoting company image and the products. As one of the largest supplier of the fresh and frozen tuna in the mainland, the company saw this exposition as a window to show the mainland customers more about tuna and also a great chance to further tread on the ground of the fresh and frozen tuna market in the mainland diversifying the life of the mainland residents.

posted 22 Jan 2007

SZLC and Shanghai University join hands in Tuna Fishing Research

Recently Liancheng Overseas Fishery (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd partners with Marine college of Shanghai University to work on the long-line tuna fishing techniques research at Marshall waters. This research which is expected to last about half a year stresses the principle of developing ecological and environment-friendly fishing, and aims to improve the fishing efficiency of bigeye tuna by further studying the tuna breeding and migration behavior in the area and testing the water temperatures and the content of the microorganism.

The research will last about 150 days by doing data collecting and analyzing at the surrounding 174 points around the Marshall waters. More emphases will be put on the major fishing grounds to achieve systematic and scientific theory for directing the company’s fishing operation.

This is the second cooperation between the two sides. The first cooperation took place in Palau, western Pacific in 2005 which was about the same research subject.

posted 26 Oct 2006
SZLC plans to expand China distribution network

The Shenzhen Liancheng Overseas Fishery Company, with a fleet of 40 vessels operating in Marshall Islands, FSM and Palau, started last year to bring back self-caught tuna to China. It has so far shipped back over 200 tons of tuna products and marketed in Fujian, Guangdong, Zhejiang and Beijing.

In order to flourish China market and have more people in China able to enjoy this healthy product, SZLC plans to greatly extend its distribution network to other major cities in China, such as Shanghai, Shenzhen, Qingdao, Dalian coastal regions, and Wuhan, Changsha in Central China. SZLC also welcomes partners around the country to join in the distribution operation.

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posted 24 Oct 2006
Four rescued off Marshalls after 34 days adrift

MAJURO-Four sailors from Chuuk of Federated States of Micronesia were rescued by a Chinese long-line vessel from their small boat that broke down and had them drifting for more than four weeks in the ocean.

The drifting boat and the trapped crew were spotted on Sept. 4 by vessel FYY047, owned by LianCheng Overseas Fishery (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. of China. The Chinese fishing company is a partner of Marshall Island Fishing Venture in Majuro and Luen Thai Fishing Venture, which is based in Hong Kong.

FYY047 was on its routine operation at N3°59'00''E168°58'00'' in Majuro waters when they spotted the small vessel with its crew waving a red banner for rescue.

There were four exhausted persons on board: one woman, one boy and two men. The woman and boy couldn't even stand up. They were brought aboard FYY047 and were given water and food immediately.

After the broken FRP boat was lifted to the fishing boat, the survivors were brought back to MIFV's fishing base in Majuro and were transferred to immigration authorities at Majuro. They are expected to be home soon.

The four sailors had set out for sport fishing on Aug. 2. Soon after, the boat's engine malfunctioned. The three men and one woman from Micronesia drifted nearly 1,500 kilometers and survived on fish and rain water before being found. It was 34 days later when they were spotted and rescued by FYY047.

The four say that they were ignored by a passing fishing boat less than a week after being lost at sea. They told reporters that five days after being blown off course in a storm, they were approached by an Asian fishing vessel with the identification plate J8HN2. The vessel came within 15 meters before motoring away despite their pleas for help.

The four Micronesians included Tender Haser, who was campaigning on the outer islands ahead of national elections next March for the Federated States of Micronesia Congress.

The four say that after the harrowing experience of watching the Asian fishing boat take off, they saw five other vessels, but none came close enough to see them. At times, the ocean waves threatened to swamp their three-meter boat.

“They were the biggest waves I've ever seen. They must have been over 15 feet,” Haser said.

Asked if they thought they would die, Haser's nephew Jeremy Jenny, 18, said: “We all believe in God, so we weren't worried”.

This is the second rescue operation since last year by vessels from the same Chinese company. On May 5, 2005, another rescue was carried out by SLC802 at waters N7'17”, E170'46”. The vessel was on her way back to fishing base when it spotted a small raft struggling about 200 meters away from a half sinking FRP boat. The Chinese crews rescued 14 sailors-all Japanese-confined in the raft boat and took them to Marshall Island Fishing Venture's base in Majuro

Liancheng Overseas Fishery was established in 2002 in Shenzhen-China's first Special Economic Zone. The company is engaged in distant water fishery, domestic trade, fishing gear and bait supply and import and export of seafood products. It is considered as China's most prominent fresh tuna operator in Center and West Pacific region. The company partners with MIFV and Luen Thai Fishing Venture on base and fleet management.

posted 19 Oct 2006

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