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Launching of NBOS Program "Kejayaan Nelayan, Kebanggaan Negara" by Y.B. Senator Datuk Professor Dr. Sim Kui Hian

Date:           20 June 2015 (Saturday)


Time:           5.00pm - 8.00pm

RSVP:          Cr. Cooplay Nyipa (017-892 8577) or Mr. Lim Swee Fung (016-893 9191)



Phase 1: Kampung Sebuyau

SEBUYAU: Local fishermen at Sebuyau will soon be able to enjoy Borneo Industrial Fishery's (BIF) subsidies with the successful roll-out of Phase 1 of BIF's operations in Sebuyau.

Phase 1 development at Sebuyau will call for the development of a Jetty managed together with LKIM for the benefit of all local fishermen in the area. Additionally, sorting and trading platforms will be developed to improve infrastructure bring modern marine fishing technology to the traditional fishermen.

Sebuyau has approximately 300 traditional fishermen that stand to benefit from BIF's development scheme.


NBOS subsidy to bump up fishing income in August

KUCHING: Local fishermen have more reason to go out to sea and bring back a large haul with the implementation of the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) — ‘Kejayaan Nelayan Kebangaan Negara’ programme which will commence this year on Aug 1.

Borneo Industrial Fishery (BIF) Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Chong Ted Shen said that fishermen stand to earn higher income with this programme.

The initial programme involves eight villages and 110 fishermen, and it will be expanded to include the whole of Sarawak and then whole of Malaysia, he said.

“The current government subsidy programme is RM100/ton for table fish only, but under this programme, fishermen will get additional RM850/ton for table fish, RM150/ton for surimi and RM150/ton for trash fish.

With Y.B. Senator Dr. Sim (third from right), Sam T.S. Chong (second from right), Belayong Ak. Nyuak (second from left) and Laksamana Pertama Maritim Ismaili (first from left)