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Siam Candian - Quality distributors of a wide range of seafood worldwide. Number 1 quality seafood from Thailand, Vietnam, China, India, Myanmar, Indonesia and Bangladesh

Seafood Inspection in Vietnam. Pangasius, clams, black tiger shrimp, cephalopods, seawater fish

Commercial Fishing & Seafood Industry Contacts - Philippines A - C

 

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Advertise your seafood company Vinaquality Corporation
Vinaquality corporation is a producer and exporter of various frozen seafood from Philippines and Vietnam. For 15 years we have provided top quality products such as octopus, bay scallops, yf/be tuna, black tiger and vannamei shrimps, round scad/muroaji, bonito, groupers, reef fish, soft squids, cuttlefish, giant squid tube, pangasius fillet and swimming crabs.
Contact: Raul Bautista
City: Las Pinas, Metro Manila
Tel:  +63 28730442
Fax:
+63 28730442
Skype: rmb1971
Email: raul@vinaquality.com
AJG Bangus Fry & Fingerlings, Enterprises
Importer, Distributor, Wholesaler of Cultured Milk Fish "Bangus" Live Fry & Fingerlings in the Philippines. You can pick-up the fry in my office or I can also transfer in your nearest Airport via Philippines Airlines or Cebu Pacific. Supply ability is whole year round and No Limit. All schedules are by arrangement within 2-5 business days. You can visit my fish pond located at Bulacan, Bulacan.
Contact: Pong Gamilla
City: Malabon, Metro Manila
Tel: +63 (02) 281 5386  Fax: -
Skype: pogzkie10
Email: Email AJG Bangus Fry & Fingerlings, Enterprises
Akimasa Marine and Allied Ind. Corp
We are seafood processor mainly tuna, swordfish, marlin and other species like tiger shrimp, snapper, grouper with -60C freezing facility.
Contact: Lory T.Yeh - Director 
City: Davao City
Tel: (63-82) 295-8795 
Fax:
(082)295-1417
Skype: -
Email: Email Akimasa Marine and Allied Ind. Corp
Email Akimasa Marine and Allied Ind. Corp Philippines  
AS.MP Jellyfish Processing & Trading Com
We are newly organized company for processing and trading salted jellyfish. We have been in our business since 1970s but we have been only supplying our processed product in our local market in the Philippines. We are trying to venture our product to international market. We can supply more than 20 tons with a negotiated price. We are reachable thru our email and phone number. Thank you.
Contact: albert songco
City: Cebu City
Tel:  +63 09082882688
Fax:
  -
Skype: -
Email: Email AS.MP Jellyfish Processing & Trading Com  
Asia World Crew Management, Inc.
Asia World Crew Management, Inc. is a dynamic manning agency, duly licensed and registered with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in providing and deploying professional seagoing personnel for all types of vessels at all levels. The company was established and registered in 1992 under Philippine law through the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). ASIA WORLD (AWCMI) is composed of dedicated and seasoned personnel who have a wide understanding of the Maritime Industry and are committed in upholding quality standards. It also aims to provide an efficient, and quality crew application processing and selection methodology services to cater to the uniquely diverse and sophisticated requirements of today's maritime industry. From a handful of applicants/clients and employees in 1992, ASIA WORLD CREW MANAGEMENT, INC. has registered a sustainable growth of 60-70% across the years.
Contact: Zeny C.Rabina
City: Manila
Tel: 25 218 839 / 25 218 838 
Fax:
25 218 838
Skype: -
Email: Email Asia World Crew Management
B-Life Seafoods
We are B-Life Seafood providing fresh / frozen quality seafoods available. We supply our products to restaurants, traders & small businesses around the area. OUR MAIN PRODUCTS ARE: Cream dory (Pangasius Fillet) Lumot/Squid (Good size) - Can accommodate volume order Black Tiger Prawns (depends on the availability) Tuna Belly & other tuna products (depends on the availability) Other products: Special Pork Siomai Tuna Products- Ready to Cook (Burgers, Fingers, Nuggets, etc.) Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Contact: Ronaldo Rondez
City: Paranaque
Tel: 2 497 8031  Fax: 2 851 1789
Skype: -
Email: Email B-Life Seafoods
BoYes AgriNutrition Products
Active Importer of Seafood products like Bonito, Squid, Mackerel, Moonfish, Black Tiger Shrimp and Cream Dory from Xiamen, China and Vietnam.
Contact: Abraham T. Esguerra
City: Bocaue, Luzon
Tel: 442 786 475  Fax: 442 786 475
Skype: boyesguerra
Email: Email BoYes AgriNutrition Products
Carlton Marketing
Seafood Exporters, Suppliers of all types of frozen and salted seafood products.  Lobster, Curacha, Crab, Squid, Seaweed, Eel, Fishmeal, etc. Leading wholesale seafood supplier ships fresh frozen seafood worldwide! Request wholesale quotes online now for all your fresh seafood needs.
Contact: Don Eleazar Balboa
City: Makati 
Tel: +63 915 344 0998  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email: Email Carlton Marketing
Cebu Tropical Reef Life, Inc
The company is dedicated to farming spiny Tiger lobsters of the specie Panulirus Ornatus in the Philippines since 1990. No less than 200 fisher families work with it to produce 20,000 kgs of marketable size lobsters per month. It can expand its production when the market warrants. It sells its produce to the local and export markets.
Contact: Eduardo Alegrado
City: Cebu City, Cebu
Tel: (63-32) 238 0984 
Fax:
(63-32) 495-5831
Skype: -
Email: Email Cebu Tropical Reef Life
Central Seafoods, Inc.
Central Seafoods, Inc. is a corporate entity established in 1999. CSI operates several buying stations in the Philippines. It has a combined production capacity of 2,400 metric tons per year. CSI is exporting mainly to the U.S.A. although exports to Japan, Korea and Hong Kong are steadily gaining. Processors, exporters and wholesalers of octopus, scallops, baby clams, cuttlefish, squid, spiny lobster, slipper lobster, abalone, crabs
Contact: Nelson C. Bascones
City: Cordova, Cebu
Tel: 324 967 070  Fax: 324 967 314
Skype: -
Email: Email Central Seafoods

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

 

Fishery is a key component of the Philippine primary sector – agriculture, fishing and forestry. About one million people or five percent of the country’s labor force depend on fishery for livelihood. It contributed an average of 4% to gross domestic product and 19% to gross value added in agriculture, fishing and forestry. The Philippine Tuna is a major industry that accounts about 12% of total fish production. It is an important component of the national economy, generating more than 120,000 jobs and US$280 million in annual exports. The total landings in the Philippines exceed 400,000 metric tons annually. The Philippines ranks second in world tuna catches, and fifth among canned tuna producers.

 

Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission - Commission for the Conservation and Management  of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the  Western and Central Pacific Ocean

 

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for Philippines - 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.

 

Bureau of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources Philippines - The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is the government agency responsible for the development, improvement, management and conservation of the country's fisheries and aquatic resources. It was reconstituted as a line bureau by virtue of Republic Act No. 8550 (Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998). The bureau is under the Department of Agriculture. This site includes fisheries legislation and catch statistics.

 

Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA) - Includes agriculture and fisheries statistics information for Philippines. Export products information and incentives.

 

The Southern Philippines Boat Owners and Tuna Association (SPBOTA) is composed of five (5) large commercial fishing companies that are operating super seiner fishing vessels (above 250 gross ton carrying capacity). It consists about 18 purse seine set. One purse seine set is composed of about seven (7) support vessels (i.e. catcher boat, carriers, and service boats). Total vessels are 126 and manned by at least 1,170 crewmen.

 

Tuna Cooperative - The primary objective of the cooperative is to engage in the joint production and processing of tuna and fishing products and marketing thereof, as well as generate funds and extend credit to the members for productive and provident purposes. It is an agricultural multi-purpose cooperative which shall be opened to all fish producers and traders.

 

Tuna Canners Association General Santos (TCAGS) - It is comprised of six (6) tuna canneries all based in General Santos City. The 6 canneries have a combined production capacity of about 700 metric tons per day.

 

Fresh Frozen Seafood Association - Tuna Processors Philippines, Inc. (FFSA-TPPI) pioneered the production of sashimi quality frozen tuna that is processed with so-called "filtered smoke technology". It strategically positions itself in the global trading environment, thus still maintaining the lead in producing premium quality tuna products.

 

The South Cotabato Purse Seiners Association (SOCOPA) is consists of 41 fishing companies that operate group purse seine fishing vessels (carrying capacity is about 20 to 150 gross tons). This group has at least 160 purse seine sets or 1,120 vessels and manned by approximately 10,500 crewmen.

 

Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) - NACA is an intergovernmental organisation that promotes rural development through sustainable aquaculture. NACA seeks to improve rural income, increase food production and foreign exchange earnings and to diversify farm production. The ultimate beneficiaries of NACA activities are farmers and rural communities. Current member governments are Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, I.R. Iran, Korea (DPR), Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.

 

Ocean Health Index Philippines - 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 Philippines

 

ASEAN Seafood Federation (ASF) - ASEAN Seafood Federation (ASF) has been established on May 12, 2009, joining the leading national seafood producers and exporters’ associations of ASEAN countries. Its core members are: Brunei Darussalam Aquaculture Producers Alliance Cooperative (BAPA), Fresh & Frozen Seafood Association of the Philippines (FFSAP), Indonesian Frozen Seafood Association (AP5I), Malaysian Frozen Food Processors Association (MFFPA), Myanmar Fishery Products Processors & Exporters Association (MPEA), the Thai Frozen Food Association (TFFA) and the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP)

 

Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - For four decades, SEAFDEC has been recognized by the Member Countries as an organization that promotes sustainable fisheries development in the region on various aspects. Activities are conducted under interdisciplinary approach covering – responsible fisheries and aquaculture technologies and practices, post-harvest technology, international and intra-regional fish trade, fisheries management concepts and approaches, policy and advisory services, and addressing international fisheries issues.

The Umbrella Fish Landing Association (UFLA) is composed of about 100 members engaged in fishing and fish trading. Some of its members also include fish vendors and scalers. This group supplies the domestic market requirements for tuna, reef fishes and small pelagics.

 

The Chamber of Aquaculture and Ancillary Industries of Sarangani, Inc. (CHAINS) a non-stock, non-profit organization of 27 aquaculture and ancillary firms founded in 2001 and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 15 March 2002. It advocates aquaculture development as a strategy to alleviate poverty and stimulate countryside economic growth. Its various projects include joint ventures with fisherfolk cooperatives cum growership arrangements with market consolidators.

 

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 Philippines

 

 

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