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Update Fresco Seafoods Ltd Fire

Update Fresco Seafoods Fire 8 June 2002

Issued on behalf of: Fresco Seafoods Ltd - Exporters, Contract Processors, Wholesalers of Quality Fresh & Frozen Seafoods

Media Statement Thursday 20th January 2001

Released by: Kathy Johnson, Finance Manager Fresco Seafoods Ltd

Fresco Seafoods is very pleased to report that Independent Fisheries in Christchurch have been extremely generous in providing us temporary accommodation to enable Fresco Seafoods to continue its Export Processing operation.

We intend to recommence this part of our business tomorrow (Friday 21st June). All Staff have been offered full employment.

We are currently seeking other premises to conduct our Wholesale Auction within the CBD area.

Fresco Seafoods is extremely grateful for the expedient response from our insurers in accepting our claim, and for the overwhelming support of our Industry colleagues and Crisis Management Team, who have been working around the clock to assist us in re-establishing our Export Processing Business as quickly as possible.

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