Thai Union Frozen Products Public Co., Ltd. (TUF:The Stock Exchange Of Thailand) engages in the manufacture and export of frozen and canned seafood. The company through its local subsidiary companies engages in the packaging and printing and pet food businesses. Through its overseas subsidiaries the company engages in the manufacture and distribution of canned seafood, and the import of shrimp and other frozen seafood products for sale to restaurant chains, retailers, wholesalers and food processors which are principally located in the United States. Products The Company's major Export Products include Frozen Tuna Loin; Frozen Cephalopod; Canned Seafood; Frozen Shrimp; Canned Tuna; and Canned Petfood. The Company's major Domestic Products include Fisho Family; Sealect Family; and TRIOLight. The company’s Fisho Family products include Fisho, Fisho Ultraman, Fisho Twist, Fisho Twist Crispy, Fisho Spice, and Fisho Tepan. The company’s Sealect Family includes Classic Tuna, Thai-style flavored tuna, Tuna Salad in Mayonnaise, and Mackerel in Tomato Sauce. Markets The Company's major markets include Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and Middle East. Subsidiaries The Company’s subsidiaries include Thai Union Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Songkla Canning PCL.; Thai Union Seafood Co., Ltd.; Asian-Pacific Can Co., Ltd.; Thai Union Graphic Co., Ltd.; Thai Union International, Inc.; Tri-Union Seafoods, LLC.; IFC Inter-Food Co., Ltd.; T-Holding Co., Ltd.; Thai Union Numhong Co., Ltd.; Thai Union Feedmill Co., Ltd.; and Lucky Union Foods Co., Ltd.
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