After months of swinging record volume, Philippine Fisheries Development Authority – Davao Fish Port Complex (PFDA-DFPC) has registered its highest monthly unloading volume for the year this November, according to the agency’s Modified Integrated Corporate Reporting System (MICRS).
Based on the report, the PFDA-DFPC delivered 665 metric tons (MT) of fishery products or equivalent to a whopping 190.22% increase. This volume is almost triple compared to last month’s record and is by far the highest unloading jump of the year for the port.
Frozen tuna products claimed the top spot of fish species with the highest supply in PFDA-DFPC. Also on the list were moonfish and round scad.
As COVID-19 quarantine classifications ease and cases in the region decline, the PFDA-DFPC aims to sustain this upward momentum of fish unloading to continually supply and meet the needs of its clients and stakeholders.
(Mark Angelo N. Perez – Public Information Division)