Tri Marine’s ambitious plans for Mexico

By

SeafoodSource staff

Published on
December 12, 2011

Tuna and wetfish supply company Tri Marine Group recently announced changes to its global organization.

Jose Rodriguez, president of Baja Marine Foods, is now responsible for developing a large-scale freezing and canning project in the port of Sauzal. The facility will be the largest of its kind in Mexico.

Francesco Senzasono will succeed Rodriguez as general manager of Tri Marine International SRL in Panama. He previously served as CFO of Tri Marine in Panama.

Marco D’Agostini will transfer to Tri Marine International (Pte) Ltd. in Singapore, where he will manage commercial relationships in Southeast Asia, in addition to continuing to manage Tri Marine’s business in Thailand.

Matteo Mango, now responsible for sourcing and supplying tuna in the Philippines and Vietnam, will be based in Tri Marine’s Singapore office. In addition to managing Tri Marine business relationships in the Philippines and Vietnam, Mango will continue to focus on supplying tuna to emerging markets.

Antonio Orsini will join Tri Marine to manage the company’s global fresh and frozen tuna business for non-canning markets. Antonio comes to Tri Marine after successfully managing and growing the sustainable tuna supply business of New England Seafood in London.

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