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Your brand for fresh,
sustainable seafood
from Iceland

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Fish International 2024  Booth 5j44
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Fresh Cod Loin

Why Fresh Fish
from Iceland?

  • Sustainable Fisheries.
  • Fish is caught in the unspoiled, clean, cold waters of Iceland.
  • Processed properly.
  • Green Energy is used during production.
  • Freshest Fish in the Market: Delivered in Germany 3 days from landing.
  • Top Fresh Quality to Consumers Plate.

Supplier base
in Iceland

We have a strong network of suppliers who process different fish species in Iceland. They are dedicated companies with a high service level. We work closely with them, providing them with marketing information and technical service, making product specifications, and helping them with quality systems and technical audits.

Iceland Bases Map

We combine different species for our customers from our suppliers into one big shipment. We arrange the logistics and export documentation so the product can arrive at the Right Time, in the Right Shape, to the Right Customer at the Right Price. We offer our customers tailor-made service for high-end fresh products. We sell 3.000 tons per year worth 40 million EUR to 7 countries.
 

Iceland Fisherman

The Icelandic® Seafood Brand

Under the Icelandic® Seafood brand, you will find quality products which meet the most demanding specifications controlled at both the source and destination ends.

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Iceland:
a sustainable
fishing nation

The FAO-Based Iceland Responsible Fisheries Management Certification Program is a third-party certification model used to verify responsible fisheries management in Icelandic waters and good treatment of marine resources.

We also have MSC Certification for wild-caught Atlantic Cod, Plaice*, Haddock, Atlantic Pollock, Ling, Golden redfish, Tusk and Atlantic Catfish*.

*Are not IRF but MSC certified

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Cod
Atlantic cod
Gadus morhua
Cod
Plaice*
Pleuronectes platessa
Haddock
Haddock
Melanogrammus aeglefinus
Golden Redfish
Golden Redfish
Sebastes norvegicus
Pollock
Atlantic Pollock
Pollachius virens
Tusk
Tusk
Brosme brosme
Ling
Ling
Molva molva
Atlantic Catfish
Atlantic Catfish*
Anarhichas lupus

We are pioneers
in export of fresh fish by flights from Iceland

Iceland Seafood Fresh Fish Department was established in 1977.

In Germany, we started with fresh fish in 1996.

Today, we fly the fish up to 5x a week from Keflavík to Billund, Monday to Friday, for arrival Tuesday to Saturday in Bremerhaven.

Import map
Boat fishing

04:00 am
The boat goes out
fishing
Cod on ice

05:00 am
Catch arrives
in port
Cutting cod loin
DAY 1
09:00 am
Fish is processed
in the factory
Codfish on ice
DAY 1
09:05 am
Fish is packed
and chilled at 0ºC
Truck loading
DAY 1
11:00 am
Cargo to
Keflavik Airport
Airplane loading
DAY 1
17:30 am
Just before the flight departs,
the fish is loaded on
Landing
DAY 1
21:00 am
Cargo gets Billund
Airport
Truck
DAY 2
11:00 am
After putting on ice,
fish is distributed around Germany
from  Bremerhaven
Fishmonger
DAY 3
Early morning
Fresh Fish
available  in stores