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  1. Aquaculture:

    Garware –Wall Ropes Ltd. emerged in 1976 with commitment, dedication and a blend of science, art and practical intelligence, Garware –Wall Ropes Ltd. is proud to have developed such a significant business, which it hopes will contribute to the wider diversification of the Indian economy through the growth of the Fishing and Aquaculture Industry. More than that, Garware –Wall Ropes Ltd. Company is committed to maintaining and developing its operations to the general benefit of Indian society economically, socially and environmentally.

    Global
    Over 90% of the world's living biomass is contained in the oceans, which cover 71% of the Earth's surface. At present, we harvest about 0.2% of marine production. (You might think that there is room for growth).Marine sources provide about 20% of the animal protein eaten by humans. Another 5% is provided indirectly via livestock fed with fish. 60% of fish consumption is by the developing world. In Asia, about 1 billion people rely on fish as their primary source of protein. Estimates suggest that seafood production from wild fish stocks will be insufficient to meet growing U.S. and Global demand for seafood products in the next century. The fishing enterprise employs some 200 million people worldwide.
    The world fish harvest consist of 93.2 million tonnes captured by commercial fishing in wild fisheries, plus 48.1 million tonnes produced by fish farms. In addition, 1.3 million tons of aquatic plants (seaweed etc.) were captured in wild fisheries and 14.8 million tons were produced by aquaculture. The number of individual fish caught in the wild has been estimated at 0.97-2.7 trillion per year (not counting fish farms or marine invertebrates).Fish harvested consist through commercial fishing and aquaculture.

    India
    Fishing in India is a major industry in its coastal states, employing over 14 million people. Fish production in India has increased more than tenfold since its independence in 1947. Fish output in India doubled between 1990 and 2013.India has 8,129 kilometers of marine coastline, 3,827 fishing villages, and 1,914 traditional fish landing centers. India's fresh water resources consist of 195,210 kilometers of rivers and canals, 2.9 million hectares of minor and major reservoirs, 2.4 million hectares of ponds and lakes, and about 0.8 million hectares of flood plain wetlands and water bodies. As of now, the marine and freshwater resources offered a combined sustainable catch fishing potential of over 4 million metric tonnes of fish. In addition, India's water and natural resources offer a tenfold growth potential in aquaculture (farm fishing) harvest levels of 3.9 million metric tonnes of fish.

    Garware –Wall Ropes Ltd has Global presence with its comprehensive range of net-based fishing gear includes pelagic trawls, semi pelagic trawls, bottom trawls, and shrimp trawls, purse seine nets, crab pots. Garware –Wall Ropes Ltd also delivers customized solution for the aquaculture and offshore industry.


    Garware Wall Ropes Ltd is one of the largest global producers of fishing and aquaculture netting. These high quality fishing and aquaculture net, manufactures at its modern and integrated manufacturing facility, are sold in more than 70 countries around the world.
    The seamless integration of technology, manufacturing facilities, trained operators, qualified engineers and best-in-class shop floor management practices ensure that you get the end products which is rich in benefits and unmatched in performances.

    www.garwareropes.com

    contact: +91 9325342448
    zbutt@garwareropes.com

    ZIA BUTT

    For Garware Wall Ropes Ltd. (India)

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