Lim Shrimp sea cucumber farm in China hits further delays

Published on
November 17, 2022
Lim Shrimp Organization's sea cucumber farm in Yingkou, China.

A large sea cucumber farm project in northern China has been further delayed due to complications resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The farm, being built in the Yingkou Free Trade Industrial Zone, is being built at an estimated cost of USD 25 million (EUR 22.6 million) by Singapore-based Lim Shrimp Organization.

Construction on the site was completed in 2021, but operations were stalled by a lack of follow-through by the local government to connect it to the local power grid 

Photo courtesy of Lim Shrimp Organization

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