Engaged in a broad range of production and services, the Ensis Group delivers the best in quality to our customers and clients both international and local. In business since 1996, the Ensis Group has received many awards and accolades for their products and services.
The Ensis Group now consists of several companies, namely, Ensis Cruises, Ensis Bakery and Ensis Embroidery and Print, in addition to the fisheries company. The wide range of quality products available through Ensis benefits consumers and business clientele alike.
The state-of-the-art fish processing plant of Ensis is located within 10 minutes drive to the airport and 20 minutes journey to the main seaport and gives excellent logistical advantages not enjoyed by other factories in the Maldives. In addition, the company owns its own fleet of refrigerated trucks to transport the products in temperature controlled conditions.
Ensis established ice plants in support of local communities. One such facility is established in the north of the country. Value addition provides the best value in price for Fishermen. Ensis acknowledges the strong support by the fishermen and local communities in its business. It has modeled its business to facilitate and stimulate income generation in local communities. A fish collection facility is in the process of being set up in the south of the country together with a fleet of collector vessels.
Ensis has a reputation for quality products throughout all major markets. With quality management programs such as Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures (SSOP) in place, along with certifications from SGS (ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System), Silliker (GMP/ Food safety systems) and Det Norske Veritas (MSC Chain of Custody certificate), Ensis is poised to deliver the highest grade products to customers. Ensis Fisheries factory is approved by the Maldives Food & Drug Authority ( Approval # MDV009)
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