Horizon Fisheries Pvt Ltd was incorporated on 30th April 2003 in Maldives with the aim of conducting fisheries related businesses. Its operations were started on 16th of September 2003 after taking over the Maandhoo Fishries Complex (MFC) from the Maldivian government through the competitive public bidding process. Operations of the company consist of collection,storage, processing and marketing of Tuna and Tuna related products.
Our new World Class Canned tuna processing factory is capable of processing 100 MT raw tuna fish per day for making Canned tuna, Tuna Pouches and Cooked Loins, In addition to canneryproduction, our production capabilities consist of 15 MT per day Fresh Tuna Loins plant and 25MT Katsuobushi / Dried fish plant. We are committed for producing and delivering the highest quality tuna products that are caught by the traditional and most sustainable method of Tuna fishing “Pole and Line”.
Since the inception of the company we have heavily invested in diversifying our business to meet both the needs of the Maldivian fishing industry and most importantly our international customers. Currently products of the company are being exported to United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, United States of America and Thailand.
Although located in the Laamu Atoll, the Company presently has a license from the Maldivian government to manage and operate fishers projects, in the fishing zones 3 & 4 of the country recognized as the most abundant in the fish resources. The head office is situated in the capital of Maldives, Male’ and the processing operations are carried out at the Maandhoo Fisheries complex (MFC) in Laamu atoll.
The Maldives Skipjack Fishery is 100% Pole and Line, and as such, protects the marine environment and other ocean species such as Dolphins, Turtles and avoids non- targeted by catch.
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