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Commercial Fishing & Seafood Industry Contacts - Poland

 

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Baltimer Sp. z o.o.
Producers, processors, exporters, importers, wholesale suppliers and agents. We specialize in fresh fish commodities (fillets, whole round, h&g,) of the following species: cod (Gadus morhua), salmon (Salmo salar) and salmonidae, turbot (Psetta maxima) and other flat fish, perch (Perca fluviatilis), pike-perch (Stizostedion lucioperca), trout (oncorynchus mykiss), other freshwater fish species. We deliver fresh fish products. We also offer – at a competitive fee – services of filleting, gutting, other form of processing for any kind of fish.
Contact: Pawel Piotrowski
City: Sławno, Zachodniopomorskie
Tel:  +48 59 810 71 96 
Fax:
+48 59 810 71 96
Skype: baltimer.pl
Email:   biuro@baltimer.pl
Black-Fish Sp.J.M.Prusinowski i Wspólnicy
We are Black Fish company from Poland and we are dealing in various frozen fish like: salmon, panga, tilapia, hake, hoki, halibut. In any question feel free to contact me.
Contact: Joanna Konopko
City: Olsztyn
Tel: 89 533 1111  Fax: -
Skype: joanna.konopko123
Email:   joanna@black-fish.pl
Dagfish
A small fish processing company focused on sea fish - salmon, cod, seabass, mackerel, halibut. Main specialization are salmon products -fillets, steaks, scrape meat, mince meat, cubes, trimmings, bellies. Fish are available fresh, frozen or smoked. Products are microbiologically tested and 100% natural - free from artificial additives-no injections, no preservatives.
 
Contact: Dagmara Grodzicka
City: Bialogard
Tel: +48 691 682 300  Fax: -
Skype: dagfish1
Email:marsal97@wp.pl
Eastern Star
Based in Warsaw, I import different kinds of products from Italy and Germany and I'd like now to start working with frozen fish such as shrimps, king shrimps and so on.
 
Contact: Christian Terzoni
City: Warsaw
Tel: -  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email:easternstar.trade@gmail.com
FHUP Stanislaw Gnilka
We are family company specializing in export of Baltic Sea fresh fish to the countries of EU (especialy fillets of cod, salmon and turbot) and the leader in fish preserves distribution on the south of Poland. We have more than 20 years experience in supplying restaurants, shops and wholesalers in best quality products required by our customers. Thanks to knowledge we have gained so far, involvement of whole family in the business, long-stand cooperation with the best fish suppliers around Poland as well as foreign countries, we deliver products of the highest quality, highly skilled and kind team of workers and guarantee that our work is our passion.
Contact: Anna Gnilka
City: Katowice
Tel: 793 411 532  Fax: -
Skype: annagnilka
Email: anna.gnilka@gmail.com
Gold Fish
Gold-fish is a small company is growing rapidly thanks to the extensive experience of employees we mainly trade zander, perch, bream, roach, flounder, cod, carp, silver carp also do fresh and frozen fillets. We have 4 cars, refrigerators with a capacity of 1.5 tonnes but 20 ton shipments are not alien to us.
Contact: Piotr Osipowski
City: Gdansk
Tel: 0048513748483  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email: osipowskipiotr@wp.pl
Interfood Ltd
Exporters, Importers, Producers and Wholesalers of everything from A to X in fresh seafood.
Contact: Witold Sienkiewicz
City: Gdynia
Tel: 586 613 230  Fax: 586 207 551
Skype: -
Email: witek@interfood.pl
Limito S.A.
One of the leading suppliers of Norwegian salmon and other fishes and seafood in Europe. Fresh salmon fillets, marinated salmon, frozen salmon (portions, steaks, medallions, trimming fillets (C, D, E); skin on, skinless; and more)
Contact: Marcin Szor
City: Gdansk
Tel: +48 58 350 60 60  Fax: -
Skype: marcin-szor
Email: marcin.szor@limito.pl
NETCO Co. Ltd.
NETCO company is one of leading polish trading company for seafood products, especially salmon heads. We are focus on Asian markets, mainly China and Vietnam. High quality products and customer service makes our offer one of the best choice on the market. Company founded in 2009. Norwegian salmon heads mixed sizes, Norwegian salmon heads sorted sizes.
Contact: Marcin Dziedzic
City: Poznan, Wielkopolskie
Tel: +48 7 9205 3434  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email: m.dziedzic@netco.com.pl
PPH MISTRAL EXPRT - IMPORT
PPH Mistral was established in Ustka in 2000. The company is offering a wide selection of fish and seafood products from Baltic Sea area. Our personnel have big experience in fish export to Eastern Europe as well as to Western Europe. We are sourcing our products from different countries, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Belorussia, Holland, Austria, Spain are among them. We are working with modern warehouse facilities located in Poland which can perform the necessary freezing, packing, labeling and inspection. This can guarantee the quality of the product, which is produced according to the customer's demands. Our main export market is Europe on the first place. Our vast experience with this market, deep knowledge of laws and regulations as well as customs and veterinary formalities ensure safe and on-time deliveries to our customers. We are committed to quality of supplied products and can ensure our customers in personal attitude to each consignment of any volume.
Contact: Adam Jakubiak
City: Ustka
Tel: 508 130 556  Fax: 59 846 1118
Skype: Adam_Mistral
Email: mistralust@poczta.onet.pl
Rybhand Poland
Fresh Salmon, Cod, Rainbow Trout, Herring, Eel, Frozen Alaska Pollock, Cod, Hake, Hoki, Red Fish, Salmon, Nonothenia, YFS, Oil Fish, Pike Perch, Panga, Tilapia, ATF, Mackerel, Herring, Ice Fish, King Klip, Greenland Halibut, Tuna, Marlin, Savorin, Saithe, Anguilla Anguilla, Rainbow Trout, Marinated Herring, Smoked Herring, Fried Herring, Fried Mackerel, Smoked Mackerel, Smoked Eel, Salads, Salted Herring, Cod Jelly, Mackerel Jelly, Herring Jelly, Smoked Savorin, Smoked Cod, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Smoked Red fish
Contact: Dawid Trzcielinski
City: Jarocin, wielkopolska
Tel:  +48 62 747 32 38 (34) 
Fax:
+48 62 747 66 38
Skype: dawid.trzcielinski-rybhand
Email: d.trzcielinski@rybhand.com.pl
Solevsky Group
Exporters, Importers and Wholesalers. We are Portuguese sardines, Atlantic Sardines exporter and importer.
Contact: Mateusz Zglinski
City: LODZ
Tel: +48 605 240 580  Fax:
Skype: solevsky.group
Email: solevskygroup@gmail.com
Verager Sp. Z O. O.
Exporter of Superior Quality Live Red King Crab, King Crab Legs & Claws, Fresh and Frozen Norwegian Salmon (Salmo Salar), Salmon Fillets, We also export Frozen Cod (Gadus morhua) and Trout. We produce Salmon Bellies, Salmon Heads and Cod roe, cod fish, cod heads, cod fillets. Our Products are microbiologically tested and free from artificial additives.
Contact: Fraan Chekaiwo
City: Warszawa
Tel: +48 22 30 76 437 
Fax:
+48 22 30 50 200
Skype: fraan.stoll
Email: fraan@verager.pl
Zgoda Ppas
A seafood processor and producer from Poland of Smoked Norwegian Salmon (Salmo Salar) sliced, fillets, trimmings, scrap meat in blocks, Herring fillets, delicatessen & marinates range of quality : pickled, fried - rolled in oil, marinades or sauces, Canned fish in oil or tomato mackerel, sprat, herrings, cod livers
Contact: Bogdan Zakrewski
City: Kolobrzeg
Tel: +48 5 8713 1822  Fax:
Skype: mpibogdan
Email: bogdanzgoda@gmail.com


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

Poland Commercial Fish Species

Sprat (Sprattus sprattus balticus)
Sprat is a small herring-like fish, achieving 10 to 20 cm in length. White, tasty and fatty, sprat is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids. For culinary and processing purposes, mainly gutted sprat is used. In the case of canned sprat, gutted and headed fish are used. Winter-spring fat sprat is perfect for the production of smoked and canned sprat. Sometimes sprat is marinated in an aromatic vinegar marinade (so-called pickled sprat, Polish: moskaliki). In Poland sprat is rarely bought fresh, whereas deep-fried fresh sprat is a popular snack in many countries (e.g. the Balkans). Polish processing plants export frozen sprat and canned sprat to Central and Southern Europe. Despite high quotas, resources of high-quality sprat for consumption are limited. Catching sprat for feed purposes (fishmeal production) hardly seems like the best use for this nutritionally valuable fish.

Baltic Salmon (Salmo salar)
Baltic salmon is a unique specialty valued not only in Poland but also on the French restaurant market. Unlike fatty farm-raised salmon, its firm flesh is only slightly pink (after cooking it is nearly white). Whether cooked or smoked, wild salmon provides amazing taste sensations. It can be also eaten raw when salted. In recent years, catches and exports of Baltic salmon have been reduced because of the EU’s ban on use of the gillnet.

Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Although the history of trout farming in Poland dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, the dynamic development of trout aquaculture really began after the collapse of the Communist regime, at the beginning of the 1990s. During several years of development, production increased fifteenfold, from 1,000 up to 15,000 tonnes. However, despite intensive investment, development has stagnated over the past few years. In Poland, freshwater small trout (so-called table trout) is farmed, with a size of about 200-450 g. The flesh of freshwater trout is nearly white (slightly pinkish). In recent years, some farms have used feed additives to color the flesh an intense pink or red (similar to the color of sea trout fillets). Trout is a tasty fish, eaten both as a whole fish and as fillets. It is usually fried, roasted or grilled. Gutted or filleted trout is also smoked, as the smoked version is considered a real gourmet treat. Most of the smoked trout in Poland is intended for export, mainly to Germany.

Perch (Perca fluviatilis)
Perch is a freshwater fish, occurring in lakes, rivers and brackish coastal sea waters. It is valuable for both commercial fisheries (especially bigger sized fish) and angling Perch is considered valuable, tasty fish. Perch meat is white, delicate and juicy. It is quite popular in Polish fish bars in the lakes area. Fried crunchy perch or perch fried and marinated is worth trying! Polish fish processing offers real gourmet products in export – fresh perch fillets.

Pike Perch (Sander lucioperca)
Pike-perch is a genus of fish in the Perch family, but has elongated body — pike's shape. Pike-perch may grow to even 1,3 m and 23 kg. Average weight of captured fish is 3-5 kg. Pikeperch is considered one of the most valuable food fishes native to Europe. Pike-perch meat is white, delicate, juicy and nearly boneless. It is very popular in Polish bars and restaurants. Pikeperch lives in fresh water (lakes) as well as brackish water — Baltic sea coastal waters and bays.

European Catfish - Wels Catfish (Silurus glanis)
European catfish (Wels catfish) is a species naturally living in Polish waters, where it is caught by anglers and fishermen. It is also farmed, with production exceeding 200 tonnes annually. European catfish is the largest freshwater fish in European waters. It can grow up to two meters long and is notably long-lived. The European catfish is a predator and although most of its food consists of invertebrates and small fish it sometimes hunts for birds, frogs and small mammals (because of that, it is called “water wolf”). It is characterized by exquisite, firm flesh compared by some consumers to veal. It tastes best fried, roasted or boiled in vegetable bouillon, but can also be smoked

North African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus)
North African catfish is a species raised in Poland since 1989. An omnivore from Africa and Asia Minor, it lives in freshwater and saltwater reservoirs. It requires very little oxygen (it can breathe atmospheric oxygen). In Poland, North African catfish is raised in reservoirs with heated water recirculation (annual production equals about 200 tonnes). North African catfish is tasty, lean (about 4% fat), and is free of annoying bones. Because of its consistency and high protein content it is comparable to veal. It can also be smoked. The byproducts of filleting this fish are used for collagen production.

Baltic Herring (Clupean harengus membras)
Baltic herring is a subspecies of Atlantic herring, living in the Baltic Sea. Because of the lower salinity of water, the Baltic herring is characterized by a smaller size than the Atlantic herring (sea herring). Lower fat content and small size is the reason why the Baltic herring is rarely employed for salt-matured products (a la Matjas). Baltic herring is very often used for the production of cold marinated fish (herring rolls) and canned fish. Modern consumers rarely appreciate fresh herring (so-called “green” herring) which is very tasty and rich in omega-3 fatty acids. (Fresh herring is usually coated with flour and fried until it turns brown; herring fried this way is eaten hot or marinated in acetic acid). Limited resources of Baltic herring, along with the reduced potential of the Polish fleet, are the reasons the Baltic herring sells mainly in the domestic market.

Baltic Cod (Gadus morhua callarias)
Baltic cod is a subspecies of cod living in Baltic Sea waters, forming two separate stocks: Eastern and Western. The Baltic cod is a predator, feeding mostly on herring-like fish. It is usually 30-80 cm long, although record-breaking individuals can be as long as one meter. Cod is white, very delicate and tasty, although its taste is sometimes described as neutral. It is lean and dietetic. In Poland it is eaten usually in the form of fried breaded fillets or fish cakes. Cod liver, the richest natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, is a valued specialty used in canned fish products. Fresh and frozen cod fillets are among Polish exported specialties and are valued in many European markets, especially in France, Great Britain and Germany.

Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus)
Turbot is a left-eyed flatfish living on the sandy bottom of the Baltic Sea. It is characterized by an asymmetrical disc-shaped body, its skin covered with spots (depending on the coloring of the bottom) and sharp barbs (which makes filleting it at home difficult). Even though turbot is one of the tastiest Baltic fish, it is not well known among Polish consumers. It is most commonly fried, though restaurants also serve assorted dishes from filleted turbot. Turbot is white, very tasty and firm, which enables it to be served stewed.

Flounder - Platichthys flesus (flounder); Pleuronectes platessa (plaice)
Flounder from Baltic catches is available year-round, but it tastes best from June to early autumn. Its fat content, which is important for taste, also varies according to season. Flounder from autumn catches contains about 5% fat. It is white and quite firm, with a delicate flavor, although it is less valued than more expensive flatfish like plaice and turbot. Polish catches of flounder equal about 11,000 tonnes annually. Apart from sales to seasonal coastal bars, it is an important material for the production of frozen breaded products meant for export. Another flounder-like flatfish is plaice, also caught in the Baltic Sea. It can be easily distinguished from flounder by its characteristic red or orange spots on the eye side. In the Baltic, plaice spawns from January through March. Plaice is lean, delicate and firmer than flounder. Polish fishermen do not always separate these two fish, selling both as flounder, which is why data about plaice catches are only approximate. In future, thanks to improved sorting practices, Polish fishermen will be able to offer plaice at a higher market price.

Brown Trout (Salmo trutta m. trutta)
Brown trout resembles wild Baltic salmon but it is characterized by a different coat color and a stockier body. Brown trout outnumber salmon in the Baltic Sea. From July until autumn, brown trout migrates to the Vistula and other smaller rivers, where it spawns from November until March. Thanks to the stocking of the Baltic Sea with brown trout smolt and the building of fish ladders, its stock situation has improved. Polish fishermen catch about 90,000 brown trout annually. Brown trout caught in Polish waters has also been sent to Ireland to rebuild its population there. Brown trout is very tasty, both raw and smoked; it is often mistaken for salmon by buyers and consumers. It tastes best before spawning.

Eel (Anguilla anguilla)
Eel was once highly valued in Poland. Smoked eel was a symbol of luxury (during Communist times it was a common bribe!). The unique taste of wild eel caught in Polish lakes and salt waters (Vistula Lagoon, Szczecin Lagoon and Gdańsk Bay) is rarer now because of decreasing stock, low stocking levels and protective measures introduced by the EU

Barramundi (Lates calcarifer)
Barramundi is a tropical fish from Australia. In its natural environment, barramundi live in seaside tropical waters (in mangrove forests) where the water temperature never drops below 20 degrees Celsius (68° F). It is usually caught when it is 1 to 1.2 meters long. The barramundi is a predator. For the past few years it has been successfully raised in Poland, in a closed system (recirculated water) with hydroponic plant cultivation. This fish is valued for its unique taste and nutritional quality. It can be used for sashimi, grilling and roasting. Ambitious production plans may make Poland the biggest producer of barramundi in Europe.

Carp (Cyprinus carpio)
The carp was introduced into Europe from Asia, but the history of its farming and the presence of carp in Polish waters reaches as far back as the 13th century and thus it should be considered an indigenous fish, living naturally in European waters. Carp is raised in single 2-3 year cycles in earthen ponds. This specific method of extensive production is used only in Poland and certain other Central European countries. Despite its bony flesh, carp is greatly appreciated by Polish consumers (it is also valued in neighboring countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, and in Central and Southern Germany). Carp is traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve. During the week before Christmas, Polish fish farmers sell over 85% of their annual carp production, approximately 18,000 tonnes. The taste of carp depends on the quality of water and natural feed as well as feeding methods. Some carp from specific locations are especially valued, as reflected in their registration as a traditional specialty.

Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Aristichthys nobilis)
These are freshwater fish brought to Poland and other European countries from Asia. Their natural habitat is Chinese and East Siberian waters. They are carp-like fish, feeding on phytoplankton, and normally grow to a length of 100 cm. In Poland two species are raised in polyculture with common carp: silver and bighead carp. Both are characterized by a fast pace of growth. In both cases the flesh is fatty, very tasty and delicate, and these fish can be fried, roasted, stewed or smoked.

Amur (Ctenopharyngodon idella)
White amur is a freshwater fish brought to Poland in 1964. Its natural habitat is in Chinese waters and the basin of the river Amur. It is a carp-like fish, feeding on water plants. A rather gluttonous fish, the white amur is used to revitalize exhausted reservoirs. It grows to a length of 150 cm. In Poland, amur is raised in earthen ponds in polyculture with carp. It is also fished by anglers. Fatty, tasty and delicate, it is suitable for frying, roasting, stewing or smoking.

Sturgeon (Acipenser spp.)
Poland belongs to the biggest producers of sturgeon-like fish in Europe. Sturgeon are farmed both for the fish themselves and for their roe (caviar). The fry are produced for aquaculture and for stocking in natural reservoirs (i.e. Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus, which became extinct in Polish waters in the middle of the 20th century). On Polish farms one can find Siberian sturgeon, Sevruga and Bester (a crossbreed of a beluga female and a starlet male). All sturgeon is extremely tasty and can be used for sophisticated dishes, or smoked. Sturgeon caviar is one of the most expensive food products in the world.

 

Poland Fish - Fish products from Poland.
Every day, from small fishing boats and family fish farms to the world’s largest salmon smokehouse, we produce high-quality fish and fish products with passion and dedication for the most demanding European and non-European markets. We are eager to answer any questions you may have. We also offer the opportunity to arrange interviews with Polish fishermen as well as tours of fish farms and processing plants
www.poland-fish.com
 

Import, export and tariff regulations, EU regulations
Trade between Poland, the EU member states and the members of EFTA apart from Switzerland (collectively constituting the European Economic Area/EEA) is free and not subject to any duties. In trade with countries from outside the EEA, Poland uses the common EU tariffs.

 

The Fisheries Secretariat - The Fisheries Secretariat is a non-profit organisation dedicated to work towards more sustainable fisheries at an international level, with a focus on the European Union. The Fisheries Secretariat (FISH) is a non-profit organisation working towards sustainable fisheries in Europe with a strong focus on the Baltic Sea. Our long-term goal is healthy seas with thriving fish stocks and great diversity. At FISH, we work towards more sustainable fisheries through information, international co-operation, capacity building and lobbying. We have a particular mission to support and help other organisations, as well as the public, with information and knowledge.

 

Ocean Health Index Poland - 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 Poland

 

Sea Fisheries Institute in Gdynia - Includes:
Department of Fishery Resources
Department of Fisheries Oceanography and Marine Ecology
Department of Processing Technology
Department of Fishery Economics

 

Department of Genetics and Marine Biology Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences (formerly: Marine Biology Center)

 

Faculty of Food Sciences and Fisheries, Agricultural University of Szczecin (former name: Faculty of Marine Fisheries and Food Technology) (in Polish)

 

 

Fish Market Development Association
(Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju Rynku Rybnego, SRRR)
Poland, 81-061 Gdynia, ul. Hutnicza 34
www.srrr.org.pl

 

Fish Promotion Association
(Towarzystwo Promocji Ryb, TPR Mr Carp)
Poland, 04-520 Warszawa, ul. Króla Maciusia 7a/72
mob: +48 501 046 324
www.pankarp.pl/angielski.html

Majority of the Polish fish-breeding ponds is located at the central and southern part of the country. Such localization was connected with suitable land configuration and beneficial climate conditions. Nowadays as well as in the past the fish ponds were constructed on the unproductive land. Poor soil covered by ponds, could be hardly utilized for typical agricultural purposes. Thanks to the fish farming, marshes and wetlands, difficult for cultivation, could be profitably used and increase water retention.

 

Polish Association of Fish Processors
(Polskie Stowarzyszenie Przetwórców Ryb, PSPR)
Poland, 75-846 Koszalin, ul. Słowiańska 5 room 111
mob: +48 602 378 430
mob: +48 503 065 323
www.pspr.pl

The Polish Association of Fish Processors (PAFP) was established on the 07th July 1998. This is a nationwide organization cumulating companies operating in the field of fish processing. The main aim of the association is to unite the trade environment as well as present and protect the businesses of incorporated companies and what is more to promote fresh and processed fish.

 

Fish Producers Union
(Związek Producentów Ryb, ZPRyb)
Poland, 61-889 Poznań, ul. Krakowska 5/2
tel/fax: +48 61 851 05 53
www.zpryb.pl

Integrative fish farmers in Wielkopolska began 11.10.1978 year, and Congress, which established the Greater Association of Fish Producers in Poznan, which operated in the former provinces; Poznan, Leszno, Kalisz, Konin and Piła. On 06/29/1982 at the Second Congress of the Association of restated in Wielkopolska Association of Fish Producers in Poznan. On 28.06.2001 r. In the next Congress made ​​the transformation of the Wielkopolska Association of Fish Producers Association of Fish Producers, operating throughout the country.

 

Polish Fisheries Association
(Polskie Towarzystwo Rybackie, PTRyb)
Poland, 60-654 Poznań, ul. Winiarska 1
tel/fax: +48 61 842 51 34
mob: +48 663 036 183
www.ptryb.pl

The creation of Polish Fisheries Society in Poznan has its origins in operating in the Second Republic Wielkopolsko - Pomeranian Fishery Society in Bydgoszcz. The Society was part of the liquidated in 1949, the Union of the Organization of Fisheries of the Republic of Polish.

On 19 April 1991 the fishermen and employees of inland fisheries in the hall of the Provincial Office in Poznan reactivated Wielkopolsko-Pomorskie Association of Fishermen. The initial number of 172 members quickly grew to include interested fish farmers from across the country. In this situation, on 25 May 1993 Extraordinary Congress of Delegates transformed Wielkopolsko-Pomorskie Association of Fishermen of Polish Fishing Association in Poznan, registered by the Provincial Court September 28, 1993 year.

The Society brings together 650 members of the fish farmers, tenants, owners and employees of fisheries. It has a Standard and appears bimonthly "Review of Fisheries".

 

Fish Importers Association
(Stowarzyszenie Importerów Ryb)
Poland, 70-644 Szczecin, ul. Celna 1/117
tel: +48 91 462 33 92
fax: +48 91 462 49 02
www.sir.org.pl

SIR is an organization non-profit founded in 2003. Our objectives are the following: to represent the business interests of the associates, to support the fish market development in Poland, to boost healthy food aspects, especially on seafood, to propagate high ethic standards in doing business. The ordinary members of the Association (Polish individuals professionally involved in seafood imports) and the supporting associates (legal entities) represent now twenty eight companies handling seafood imports, logistics and cold storage services. The companies linked in to SIR dispose of a full range of seafood products traded in the Polish market and are always ready to answer any challenge coming from market operators and consumers.

 

Polish Trout Breeders Associations
(Stowarzyszenie Producentów Ryb Łososiowatych)
Poland, 84-300 Lębork, ul. Wolności 30/105
mob: +48 504 009 700
www.sprl.pl

SPRŁ stands for Polish Trout Breeders Association, which was registered at the end of 2007. At present, PTBA unites more than one hundred members. Nearly 100% share in total Polish trout production belongs to PTBA. The Association represents its branch of business in national and international institutions and organizations. PTBA belongs to FEAP (Federation of European Aquaculture Producers) and participates in governmental and European law consultation. All people and institutions that are interested in trout breeding are invited to cooperation.

 

Association of Fishermen’s of Se
(Zrzeszenie Rybaków Morskich - Organizacja Producentów)
Poland, 84-120 Władysławowo, ul. Hallera 19
tel/fax: +48 58 67 0 675
www.zrm-op.org

Maritime Fishermen's Association k ontynuuje fishing activities of the organization of the Second Republic, in the years 1946- 1947 year. All along the coast to work in 31 branches in all the villages and ports of our coast. Since 15 June 1947. Registered as the Association of Polish Maritime Fishermen on the province. Gdansk, and from 15 July 1947. registered along the coast. Of July 26 1954 years recorded statute renamed to Maritime Fishermen's Association, represented by the Board of Gdynia.

 

North Atlantic Producers Organization
(Północnoatlantycka Organizacja Producentów, PAOP)
Poland, 00-759 Warszawa, ul. Parkowa 13/17/123
tel: +48 22 840 89 20
fax: +48 00 840 89 22
www.paop.org.pl

In line with evolving every year Operational Programmes and Programme Quality Improvement, the North Atlantic Producers Organization takes action to ensure economic, planned and rational fishing, stable employment Polish seamen and ensure the safety and high quality, produced on board its members, food products. The organization is a member of the EAPO - the association of producer organizations of the EU. Participates in working groups within the EU, NAFO, NEAFC SPFO and other industry professional organizations, including the organization of anti unreported fishing (IUU fishing). Paop represents the Polish deep-sea fishing in the Regional Advisory Council of the North Sea, Pelagic Regional Advisory Council and the Regional Advisory Council Long Distance Fleet. North Atlantic Producers Organization cooperates with the Sea Fisheries Institute (MIR) in Gdynia, in supporting research in the waters of the North Atlantic in order to rational management of fisheries, environmental protection and the creation of quality management systems.

 

Polish Chamber of Fish Producers
(Krajowa Izba Producentów Ryb, KIPR)
Poland, 76-270 Ustka, ul. Bohaterów Westerplatte 4a
tel: +48 59 814 94 00
fax: +48 59 814 94 03
mob: +48 609 596 077
www.kipr.org.pl

The National Chamber of Fish Producers is an organization of economic self-gathering entities engaged in business activities in the field of marine fisheries. Currently Kipra be 35 statkó fishing. Current home ports of ships belonging to Kipra - Hel - Jastarnia - Leba - Ustka - Darłowo.

 

Federation of European Aquaculture Producers - The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) is an international organisation that is composed of the National Aquaculture Associations of European countries. The basic aims of the Federation are: * to develop and establish a common policy on questions relating to the production and the commercialisation of aquaculture species are reared professionally. * to make known to the appropriate authorities the common policies envisaged above.

 

 

Network of Aquaculture Centres in Central Eastern Europe - Formed to facilitate the R&D sphere in Central-Eastern Europe to be an integral part of the European Research Area. Exchange of information among members (within the region). Facilitate the transfer of information relevant to aquaculture development of the region. Exchange of scientists with special regard to young ones. Initiate joint research and training programs. Facilitate efforts aiming at the better involvement of CEE institutions in European-level aquaculture development programs. Assist the organisation of regional aquaculture meetings and conferences. Facilitate the improvement of partnership between science and practice, with special regard to SMEs and producers associations. Enhance the capacity of CEE institutions to be able to initiate and run regional aquaculture development projects supported by the EU, FAO and other international organisations. Development collaboration between the "Network" and other regional networks/organisations with special regard to NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centers in Asia-Pacific). Member countries: Belarus, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Russia, Ukraine

 

Europęche - Association of national organisations of fishing enterprises in the European Union.

 

European Commission - Fisheries - The Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is the European Union's instrument for the management of fisheries and aquaculture. It was created to manage a common resource and to meet the obligation set in the original Treaties of the then European Community. Because fish are a natural and mobile resource they are considered as common property. In addition, the Treaties which created the Community stated that there should be a common policy in this area, that is, common rules adopted at EU level and implemented in all Member States.

 

European Association of Fish Producers’ Organisations (EAPO) - European Association of Fish Producers Organisations

 

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for Poland - 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 Stanislaw Sakowicz Inland Fisheries Institute - The mission of the Institute is to carry out research in the fields of fish farming and to further developments in inland fisheries. It also charged with the tasks of disseminating information, implementing, normalizing and unifying work in these areas.

 

 

 

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