Medan (21/02) – Regal Springs Indonesia (PT Aquafarm Nusantara) together with the Marine and Fisheries Service Office (Dinas Kelautan dan Perikanan) of North Sumatra Province collaborated to support the development of local craft industry ecosystems and North Sumatra MSME activities by participating in the North Sumatra Craft Fest activities organized by the National Crafts Council Region (Dekranasda) of North Sumatra Province at the Tiara Convention Center, Medan on 21-23 February 2023.
Head of Corporate Affairs Regal Springs Indonesia, Andrew Rooroh explained that collaboration with stakeholders, both with fostered partners and the government, is one of the company’s efforts to play a role in accelerating economic growth through the handicrafts sub-sector. “We fully support Dekranasda’s efforts as a forum for craft industry players in optimizing the potential of artisans in North Sumatra. This is the right opportunity and collaborative momentum to open and increase market access as wide as possible,” he said.
Head of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office of North Sumatra Province Ir. Aspan Sofian, MM also expressed a similar hope. “First, we would like to thank Regal Springs Indonesia for participating and collaborating with the Provincial Government of North Sumatra, especially the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Service to promote products that have been produced in North Sumatra. In the future, we hope that this collaboration will continue and improve further, and that Regal Springs Indonesia, which is well established in the field of fisheries, can also share its experience and knowledge, especially with the community around the operational area, so that it can indirectly help economic growth and public health,” said Ir. Aspan Sofian, MM
Currently Regal Springs Indonesia is trying to optimize forming partnerships with community groups and MSMEs around the company’s operational areas. “We realize that the role of MSMEs is very large in economic growth. Apart from community empowerment programs in the fields of education and health, one of our steps going forward is to participate in promoting local products, especially products made from processed Tilapia fish, such as shredded fish, fish crackers and others,” said Regal Springs Indonesia CSR Manager Agam Sinaga .
In this participation, the Regal Springs Indonesia booth and the Maritime Affairs & Fisheries Service of North Sumatra Province also received visits from North Sumatra Dekranasda Chairperson Nawal Lubis, North Sumatran Dharma Wanita Association (DWP) Chair Dian Arief S Trinugroho, and North Sumatra Regional Police Bhayangkari Chair Rita Panca Simanjuntak.