Myeik District ships over 4,400 tonnes of fishery products to Thailand in November 2023

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The file photo shows that trading activities of the fish auction market in Myeik. Photo: Myint Oo (Myeik)

According to the Fisheries Department of Taninthayi Region, Myeik District shipped a total of 4,471.35 tonnes of fisheries products to Thailand in November 2023, generating US$ 4.73 million.
The aquatic products are transported to Thailand from Myeik District through the Mawtaung and Kawthoung-Ranong border trade routes, said U Zaw Min Oo, the Deputy Director of the Fisheries Department of Taninthayi Region.
“Taninthayi Region primarily transports aquatic products from Myeik District. Some products are transported through the Mawtaung border trade post, while others are directly exported from Kawthoung to Ranong. In November, a total of 4,471.35 tonnes of products were exported; among them, 3,330 tonnes were sent from Kawthoung, and 1,141.35 tonnes were exported from the Mawtaung post. Fresh fishes were exported from Mawtaung, while fish meals were exported from Kawthoung,” said U Zaw Min Oo.
Aqua products from Taninthayi Region, especially fish, prawns, farming fishes, and other marine products from Kawthoung, Dawei and Myeik districts are exported via five transport channels. Some products are transported after delivery to Yangon Region via both land and water transport. — ASH/ TMT

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