As the largest archipelago in the world, the sea plays an undeniably central role in Indonesia. With territorial waters that are almost four times greater than the land area, the country benefits from the sea for its economic, geopolitical, cultural and natural environment. Located at the center of a major maritime trade route, the sea is a gateway that connects Europe, the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Its coastal and marine waters are one of the most fertile fishing grounds in the world.
Indonesia is the second largest producer of fish in the world. While these resources present abundant natural capital, there are also material and human resource challenges in managing them effectively. Therefore, Marine and Fishery become one of the sectors within the scope of AMRO Holding’s investment in Indonesia that plays a role in achieving its noble goals.