There are several organisations dedicated towards the development of the Fisheries Industry.
The apex national institute vested with the responsibility of carrying out and co-ordinating research, development and management activities on the subject of aquatic resources in Sri Lanka.
The state-sponsored organisation mandated for the task development and management of all fresh water aquatic resources in the country. It also promotes development of aquaculture and sea farming.
This institute is in charge of maintenance of cold storage facilities and production and sale of fishery by-products.
This institute maintains fisheries infrastructure facilities such as proper landing facilities through construction, maintenance and management of harbours and anchorages.
This institute is in charge of management, regulation, conservation and development of fisheries and aquatic resources
This organization is responsible for building, manufacturing and sale of fishing crafts, engines, & gear and the operation of workshops for repairing fishing crafts.
Sri Lanka’s seafood product sector has emerged as a quality exporter of a wide variety of fish, with the most popular of them being tuna. Sri Lanka’s rich and relished seafood of different varieties are available through an extensive network of exporters.