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Commercial Fishing & Seafood Industry Contacts - Kenya

Leading Kenyan seafood processors, exporters and wholesale fish suppliers of Soft shell crab, blue crab, live mud crab, live Alaskan crabs, Live Dungeness crab, crab meat, Nile perch - H&G, Portions, Loins, Fillets, Nile perch fish maws, Salmon products, Rock lobster, slipper lobster, Vietnam lobster, lobster tail, Boston lobster, west coast lobsters, Black Tiger shrimp, vannamei shrimp, scampi, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, big eye tuna, yellowfin tuna, white fish, haddock, hake, jacopever, john dory, kingklip, monkfish, sailfish, marlin, swordfish, dorado, mahi mahi, Spanish mackerel, yellowtail, Maasbanker, horse mackerel, pilchards, sardines, barracouta, snoek, tilapia, Cape gurnard, red mullet, ribbon fish, mussels, cod roe, cod fish products, cod liver, European oysters, Pacific oysters, red snapper

 

 

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Advertise your seafood company Transvic Seafoods Ltd
Leading Kenyan seafood processors, exporters and wholesale fish suppliers of Soft shell crab, blue crab, live mud crab, live Alaskan crabs, Live Dungeness crab, crab meat, Nile perch - H&G, Portions, Loins, Fillets, Nile perch fish maws, Salmon products, Rock lobster, slipper lobster, Vietnam lobster, lobster tail, Boston lobster, west coast lobsters, Black Tiger shrimp, vannamei shrimp, scampi, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, big eye tuna, yellowfin tuna, white fish, haddock, hake, jacopever, john dory, kingklip, monkfish, sailfish, marlin, swordfish, dorado, mahi mahi, Spanish mackerel, yellowtail, Maasbanker, horse mackerel, pilchards, sardines, barracouta, snoek, tilapia, Cape gurnard, red mullet, ribbon fish, mussels, cod roe, cod fish products, cod liver, European oysters, Pacific oysters, red snapper
Contact: Gareth Wamba
City: Nairobi
Tel:  +254732762545
Fax: -
Skype:  Transvic Seafoods Ltd
Email: transvicseafoodltd@gmail.com
Brinkley Limited
Importers, exporters and wholesale suppliers of frozen Pacific Mackerel.
Contact: Karim Hassanali
City: Mombasa, Coast Province
Tel: +254 775 243666  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email: info@brinkleyltd.com
Crustacean Processors.
Exporters and processors of Octopus vulgaris, spiny lobster, Palunirus Argus, ornatus
Contact: Asif verjee
City: Mombasa
Tel: 412 319 587  Fax: -
Skype: asifverjee
Email: crustacean@ikenya.com
Invesco Cargo Solutions Ltd.
Invesco cargo solutions ltd is a Kenyan owned company doing customs documentation for both road, sea and air we also does clearing and forwarding both local, transit and international, We have been in this industry for nine years though directors are having over 15 years. The company is having twelve employed staff. The company is based at the capital city of Kenya. For any information needed, don't hesitate to contact us.
Contact: Bernard Osalos
City: Nairobi
Tel: 20 224 8290  Fax: 20 224 8290
Skype: -
Email: invescocargo@yahoo.com
Kiboma Seafoods
Importers, suppliers to local market frozen rock lobsters, jumbo prawns, king prawns, tiger prawns and other fish and fishery products.
Contact: Fatma Yusuf
City: Mombasa
Tel: +254 736 225555  Fax:
Skype: -
Email: yusufaliysf1962@gmail.com
Lakevic Food Supplies Limited
Lakevic Food Supplies Limited is Kenyan registered exporters of Lake and Sea food ranging from Nile perch and tilapia products, live mud crabs, prawns, shrimps and lobsters among other lake and sea foods. We are based at the lake city of Kisumu and the port city of Mombasa with over 10 years of experience in the industry, sourcing fish products from Lake Victoria and Indian Ocean in East Africa. Our number of employees are between 10-25. Our target market is Middle East, Far East, Europe, Africa, US and parts of Asian sub-continent.
Contact: Tyson Odowa
City: Kisumu, Mombasa
Tel: +254 716 532 521  Fax:
Skype: tysono11
Email: tysonodowa@gmail.com
Peche Foods
We are one of the leading exporters of chilled and frozen nile perch fillets. Peche foods is an EU approved ISO 9001 certified and HACCP fish processing factory in Kisumu-Kenya. We can supply Nile Perch (Lates niloticus ) and Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) as skinless fillets, skinon fillets, Loins, cubes, Head less and gutted and Steaks.
Contact: Johny Pattampady | Mr Namaan
City: Kisumu
Tel: +254 717036790
 Fax:
+254 572021524
Skype: -
Email: gm@pechefoods.com
om@pechefoods.com
Pwani Sealife Kenya Ltd
Exporter of Live lobster, live mud crabs, live shrimps, live Ornamental Aquarium Fish. Fresh & frozen tuna, crabs, squid, cuttlefish, grey mullet, hamour, red mullet, leather jacket fish, red snapper, rainbow runner, mahi, swordfish, trevally, barracuda, sardinella, Indian mackerel, ribbon fish, emperor, Asian sea bass, barramundi, pony fish, half beaks, anchovies, sardines, flying fish, silver biddies, gar fish, nile perch, octopus, black tiger shrimps, white flower shrimp.
Contact: Jeffrey Weru
City: Mombasa
Tel:   +254 732 360 508
 Fax:
-
Skype:  seafood.kenya
Email: pwanisealife.kenya@aol.com
Scanfish TR
Seafood Exporters with markets in the Middle East, Hongkong & Tianjin, China and Singapore. Registered since 2001. Employees are less than 10. Live Lobsters - Panulirus Ornatus. Live Mud Crabs - Scylla Serratta
Contact: Tony Gathungu
City: Mombasa
Tel: 041 336 778 /728 861 442  
 Fax:
041 336 776
Skype: -
Email: scanfish04@yahoo.com
Sun Fire And Safety Supplie Ltd.
Sun Fire is been involved in safety surveys and inspection onboard marine vessels at MBA port. The firm has been in operation since the year 2002 todate. Sun Fire's founder Director (Munyoki MWENDWA) is a U.S.A trained Safety Engineer and Lloyd's Maritime Academy U.K trained Marine Surveyor with Merit accreditation in ISM Code.
Contact: Munyoki Mwendwa
City: Mombasa, Coast
Tel: 722 871 754  Fax: 412 230 878
Skype: nyoki
Email: nyoki@sunfirekenya.com
Advertise your seafood company Transvic Seafoods Ltd
Leading Kenyan seafood processors, exporters and wholesale fish suppliers of Soft shell crab, blue crab, live mud crab, live Alaskan crabs, Live Dungeness crab, crab meat, Nile perch - H&G, Portions, Loins, Fillets, Nile perch fish maws, Salmon products, Rock lobster, slipper lobster, Vietnam lobster, lobster tail, Boston lobster, west coast lobsters, Black Tiger shrimp, vannamei shrimp, scampi, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, big eye tuna, yellowfin tuna, white fish, haddock, hake, jacopever, john dory, kingklip, monkfish, sailfish, marlin, swordfish, dorado, mahi mahi, Spanish mackerel, yellowtail, Maasbanker, horse mackerel, pilchards, sardines, barracouta, snoek, tilapia, Cape gurnard, red mullet, ribbon fish, mussels, cod roe, cod fish products, cod liver, European oysters, Pacific oysters, red snapper
Contact: Gareth Wamba
City: Nairobi
Tel:  +254732762545
Fax: -
Skype:  Transvic Seafoods Ltd
Email: transvicseafoodltd@gmail.com
Victolapia Investments
Victolapia is the lead cage culture company in Horn and East Africa. Victolapia is specialized in Tilapia growing using state of the art cage technology. Also feed and fingerlings.
Contact: Elijah Okeyo
City: Kisumu
Tel: +254720876995  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email: victolapia@gmail.com


Government Contacts & Information Resources for
Commercial Fishing, Seafood, Aquaculture, Marine & Oceans in Kenya

 

Fishery Industry in Kenya - Export Processing Zones Authority - Kenya has a long history of fishing with the Luo, Luhyia, and Abasuba ethnic groups having been active fishermen for more than five centuries. Until 20 years ago nearly all fish caught in Kenyan waters was consumed locally. Kenya started to export fish in the early 1980s, when fish processing factories were established around Lake Victoria. Thus over the past 20 years, the fisheries sub-sector has gradually evolved from a domestic consumption oriented industry to an export oriented industry with value added processing being applied.

Kenya is a coastal state with a marine coastline of 536 Kilometres and a well-developed marine fishing industry. In spite of this, Lake Victoria continues to dominate Kenya's fishing output source. The lake currently accounts for over 90% of the tonnes of fish caught while marine fishing accounts for only 4% of the total output. Kenya claims 6% of Lake Victoria's total surface area, with 43% being owned by Uganda and 51% by Tanzania. Lake wide fish production is estimated at between 400 – 500 metric tons with Tanzania landing 40%, Kenya 35% and Uganda 25%. The landed value of this catch is between USD 300 – 400 million annually.

The fisheries sub-sector provides employment and income to over 500,000 Kenyans engaged in fish production and related enterprises. In terms of contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP), Kenya's fishing industry has accounted for 0.3% of GDP for the period 1999-2003. Kenya’s annual average production for the period 1999-2003 was 171,000 metric tonnes with a value of approximately KShs 8 billion in 2003. About 30% of the fish is exported to countries in Europe and other non-European countries.

Fishing in Kenya is mostly carried out by artisanal fishermen operating small fishing boats in inland lakes and marine waters. A small proportion of fish in Kenya is obtained from fish farming (aquaculture). The inland lakes are Lake Victoria, Lake Turkana, Lake Baringo, Lake Naivasha and smaller Lakes including Chala and Jipe. About 92% of fish comes from Lake Victoria and the rest from the Indian Ocean (4%), inland lakes and rivers (3%) and aquatic culture (1%)

 

Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute - Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) is a State Corporation in the Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries. It is mandated to conduct aquatic research covering all the Kenyan waters and the corresponding riparian areas including the Kenyan's EEZ in the Indian Ocean waters. The Institute was established by an Act of Parliament (Science and Technology Act, Cap 250 of the Laws of Kenya) in 1979 and run by a Board of Management.

 

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for Kenya - aquatic species caught by country or area, by species items, by FAO major fishing areas, and year, for all commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence purposes. The harvest from mariculture, aquaculture and other kinds of fish farming is also included.

 

The Ocean Data and Information Network for Africa (ODINAFRICA) brings together marine institutions from twenty-five Member States of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO from Africa (Algeria, Angola, Benin, Cameroon, Comoros, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, United Republic of Tanzania, Togo, and Tunisia). The goal of the current phase of ODINAFRICA is to improve the management of coastal and marine resources and the environment in participating countries by: enhancing data flows into the national oceanographic data and information centres in the participating countries, strengthening the capacity of these centres to analyse and interpret the data so as to develop products required for integrated management of the coastal areas of Africa, and increase the delivery of services to end users.

 

AQUASTAT is FAO's global information system on water and agriculture developed by the Land and Water Division. It collects, analyses and disseminates data and information by country and by region. Its aim is to provide users interested in global, regional and national analyses with comprehensive information related to water resources and agricultural water management across the world, with emphasis on countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Information for Kenya

 

The fish species found in Kenya include:

Inland water bodies fish
Lake Victoria
- Alestes, Bargus, Barbus, Clarias, Rastrineobola, Haplochromis, Labeo, Lates Niloticus, Momyrus, Proptopterus, Schilbe, Synodontis, T. Niloticus, Tilapia

Lake Turkana - L. Niloticus, Tilapias, Labeo, Bargus, Citharinus, Disticodus, Clarias

Lake Naivasha - Black Bass, Cray Fish, O. Leucostictus, Tilapia Zilii

Lake Baringo - Tilapia, Protopterus, Clarias, Barbus

Tana River Dams - Tilapia, Common Carp, Clarias, Barbus, Labeo, Eels, Momyrus

 

Marine fish
Demersal
- Rabbit Fish, Scavenger, Snapper, Parrot Fish, Surgeon Fish, Unicorn Fish, Grunter, Pouter, Black Skin, Goat Fish, Steaker, Rock cod, Cat Fish, Mixed Dermasal

Pelagics- Cavalla Jacks, Mullets, Little mackerels, Barracudas, King Fish, Milk Fish, Queen Fish, Sail Fish, Bonitos, Tunas, Dolphins, Mixed Pelagics.

Crustaceans - Lobsters, Prawns, Crabs.

 

Ocean Health Index Kenya - The Ocean Health Index is a valuable tool for the ongoing assessment of ocean health. By providing a means to advance comprehensive ocean policy and compare future progress, the Index can inform decisions about how to use or protect marine ecosystems. The Index is a collaborative effort, made possible through contributions from more than 65 scientists/ocean experts and partnerships between organizations including the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Sea Around Us, Conservation International, National Geographic, and the New England Aquarium. Information for Kenya

 

Kenya Maritime Authority - Kenya Maritime Authority - Commercial shipping, maritime safety, marine training, vessel registration, seafarers book application, search and rescue, Piracy and marine environment status.

 

Aquacultural Association of Kenya
The Aquacultural Association of Kenya (AAK) is the National umbrella body of all fish farmers in Kenya. The association was started in the year 2007 and registered in year 2008 under section 10 of the Societies Act laws of Kenya. It is a non- political, non- religious membership association that aims at articulating issues affecting its members and the aquaculture industry at large.

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