Fresh harvests of the Indian Ocean, naturally bred, ethically caught, and delivered fresh to the global markets by local communities of fishermen, who blend traditional knowledge with modern technology
Alpex Marine (Pvt) Ltd is the leader in collecting, processing and exporting truly Sri Lanka crustacean seafood with a reputation of 20 years in the international market for the premium quality, safety and timely delivery. Our broad portfolio of products includes (frozen) Prawns, Squid & Cuttlefish, Crabs, Lobsters and value added seafood products. The company guarantees the finest quality, freshness and safety of all our products with confidence.
Alpex Marine pride itself for achieving ISO 22 000 and HACCP food safety & quality certificates for our products and being a registered exporter to European and USA markets. At present, Alpex Marine (Pvt) Ltd is enjoying the domination as the principal seafood supplier to Asian, European and USA markets winning the trust and respect of a global customer base.
Global Sea Foods (Pvt) Ltd, known simply as GSF is a leading seafood processing company based in Sri Lanka. We are a BOI (Board of Investment) approved venture established in 1999, that supplies the highest quality Value Added Sea Food products to Europe, USA, Middle East and Japan to name a few. Our state-of-the-art processing plant spanning 36000 sq ft in Sri Lanka, employs the latest technology and the highest quality norms to produce some of the finest value added seafood products in the world. GSF is a significant source of foreign exchange income earner in Sri Lanka.
All our raw material is sourced fresh from the Indian Ocean by carefully selected Suppliers who purchase only from approved fishermen engaged in sustainable and environmentally responsible fishing methods. Our Processing Facilities are all operated in strict compliance with HACCP and all E.U. and F.D.A. Food Safety Regulations. We aim to make our Name synonymous with products of the highest quality.
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Traditionally, fish trading channeled through importers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers and agents. Currently, it has completely changed with improved logistics and introduction of e-business into the fish trade...