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Thursday, January 19, 2017

19/01/2017: Great reaction to FISA’s new polyethylene netting

Fibras Industriales S.A., commercially known as FISA, has received great feedback from its customers following the introduction of its new Polyethylene netting for aquaculture and fishing during the Aqua Sur exhibition in Puerto Montt last month

Director of Business Development, Yoni Radzinski, mentioned that all the customers at the exhibition were extremely impressed with the quality of the netting especially setting of the knots on the PE predator nets.

 
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FISA had maintained its investment plan and product development quite until it was able to provide the most innovative top quality product from introduction.

Over the last couple of years the company invested close to US$2,500,000 in new machinery specifically designated for this product.

The investment included growth in extrusion capacity, new netting machines and state of the art depth stretcher.

Following the great reaction during the exhibition, some customers have already turned to FISA in order to jointly develop new polyethylene netting for their fish farms.

FISA is the largest multifilament fishing net factory in the Western Hemisphere with over 60 years in the market and manufactures a full range of netting for Purse Seine Fishing, trawling, long line fishing and fish farming cages.

The products include Raschel knotless netting, twisted knotless netting, braided knotted netting, Twisted Knotless “Shogun” netting , sports and safety netting along with the new addition of monofilament polyethylene netting.


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