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Title: INTEGRAÇÃO DAS ATIVIDADES PRODUTIVAS EM UMA AGROINDÚSTRIA DE PEIXE: UMA APLICAÇÃO DA TEORIA DE FILIÉRE
Other Titles: Integration of the production activities in a fish agro-industry: an application of the filière theory
Authors: Dutra, Alberto Silva
Barros de Azevedo, Denise
Al-Alam Elias, Sandro
Authors (Email): Silva Dutra, Alberto (alberto.dutra@bol.com.br)
Barros de Azevedo, Denise (deniazevedo@hotmail.com)
Al-Alam Elias, Sandro (saaelias@uol.com.br)
Keywords: agro-industrial productive chains
integration
fish.
Issue Date: 2008-01-01
Abstract: This work has the objective of identify the fish operational flows in a rural establishment based on the theory of agribusiness productive chains (APC) and using as analysis tool one of the applications of the Filière concept. The fish farm worked with fingerlings fattening, firstly, and further it developed the activity of fingerlings production, fish rearing and fish industrialization processing. It was observed that the producer search, a lower dependence of the links in this chain allowed better capacity of activities coordination developed inside of the the farm and in the relationship with partners for fish production. However, there are some deficiencies such as in the purchase of fish for complement the supply for industrial processing, and also in the fish commercialization
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/48442
Institution/Association: Organizações Rurais e Agroindustriais/Rural and Agro-Industrial Organizations>Volume 10, Number 1, January/April 2008
Total Pages: 12
From Page: 88
To Page: 99
Collections:Volume 10, Number 1, January/April 2008

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