More than 40 years of experience make Panapesca a leading company in Italy as to fish products from all over the world.
The PANAPESCA group is composed of 16 companies (2 of them are in Italy, the remaining part is abroad), all checked directly or indirectly by the leading one and employing about 1650 people
With a present, global, joint turnover of more than 300 million EURO, Panapesca is the leading company in Italy and one of the best in Europe as to producing, provisioning and marketing frozen fish products, and in order to have a wider assortment of products, Panapesca offers frozen meat and vegetables, as well as fresh fish, even though its core-business, with a percentage which is greater than 90%, is frozen fish.
This is connected with a multichannel distribution that goes from sales to fish industry, from food-service to large-scale retail trade, to D.O., to door-to-door selling companies, and straight to the consumer through its own chain of CRIOS shops, which are downright frozen fish markets, and finally through exporting from Italy or its own controlled companies towards the world.
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