Las Tunas.- The Camaronera Sanros business unit, based in Las Tunas, plans to increase the capture plan by 200 tons in 2023, so it would be possible to reach around 650 tons per year.

With an investment process that plans to expand the areas for crustacean cultivation; The 164 workers, 80 of them directly involved in production, must overcome many obstacles to increase yields, Reimundo Mendosa, director of the UEB, explained to the press.

The men and women who work in this shrimp farm, located in Santa Rosalía, in the south of the province of Las Tunas, stand out for their efficient harvest control. Priority is given to strengthening the shrimp before sending them to the fattening ponds.

In 2022, Sanros was recognized as the best of its kind in the country for the levels of efficiency and diversification of its productions.

Author: Julian Velázquez