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Setu Madhav Sea Shell Export
India (TAMIL NADU)
Oriented in the year of 2002, we at Setu Madhav Sea shells are focusing on the processing of the purest variety of sea shells, cuttlefish bone, marine aquarium fishes, and sea foods and in crafting an inimitable range of sea shell crafts. The processing is adherently carried so that we can attain the best and offer the same distinctive variety.
We are prominently processors, manufacturers, stockists, exporters and wholesalers. The entire array is processed by us and then exported to an international spectrum. While processing them, we maintain international quality standard so that our array suits the choice of the international clients. Our organization has the capability of supplying 50-60 tons of sea shells and all the other items per month. With eight years of experience we are capably supplying our inimitable array to our clients based in India as well as globally in regions like USA, China, Brazil and Singapore.
Frontline Exports is one of the leading processor and exporter of frozen seafood products located in Cochin,Kerala ,India. Frontline has strong management team and well trained, skilful and professional staff with vast experience in seafood processing and management.
The world famous resource of blue waters of Arabian sea. Excellent exposure to every aspects of marine export trade. Plus, an uncompromising desire to deliver world class quality. These factors, in a nutshell describe Premier Exports International, the company which is now in the forefront of marine exports from Kerala, on the west coast of India.
FORSTAR Brand is today synonymous internationally with quality seafoods. Set up in 1995 by a highly qualified and motivated team headed by Mr. S.G. Nair, FORSTAR has created a niche for itself in the export arena. Mr. Nair has more than 30 years of intensive experience in the seafood industry. From a humble beginning the company has today grown to be one of the largest seafood exporters in the country.
Amal International is a Seafood Trading and Exporting company actively engaged in procuring, sourcing mainly frozen seafood and Fresh chilled products, and are based at Cochin in India.
Amal works on the basic principle, attaining an excellent end products with high standard in maintaining quality, freshness and packing., and confident of Giving Quick response to the frozen seafood market requirements
In 1969, the Kalluvila family ventured into the fishing industry by buying boats. Over the next few years they were the biggest boat owners in the state of Kerala. In 1977, they decided to export the product from their boats. This was the beginning of the Baby Marine Group. They bought a small plant in Calicut and thus started its First frozen seafood export factory as a meager beginning.
The Triton Group comprises of a group of companies with business interests in the fields of seafood Distribution, Trade, Process and Produce. Since our inception in 1995, we have been rapidly growing, not only by expanding within each existing market but also by entering into new markets. Triton Group today has an annual turnover of over $500 million. We believe growth is a way of life, enabled by our core values of best business practices, cutting edge technology and valuing commitments to all stakeholders.
Welcome to National Seafood Corporation, We are leading Exporters of Dried Marine Products in India since 1979.
National Seafood Corporation is the fastest growing Manufacturer and Exporters in the west coast of India, which is an abundant source of raw-material and it is easy to access fresh material at the Processing Center without any delay.
INCREDIBLE attachment between animals-let it be much evolved or primitive-plants and human beings is the rule of nature. The strong desire of man to have a self reliant peaceful living atmosphere before him to soothe his turbulent soul must have led to the concept of AQUARIUMS. What else can bring happiness and solace to the environ of a home than the ever-moving, lovely, colorful little creatures like fishes. Chinese and Japanese were the first to realize it. Fishes were kept as ornamental additions to the AESTHETIC surroundings, particularly as pool fishes as opposed to indoor aquarium fishes. There was a steady stream of fish keeping henceforth with the spread of the goldfish first into Holland and then into Germany.Egyptians held fishes in high regard, even certain species were worshipped as deity. Now, we are also much exposed to the world of ornamental fish keeping.