Sealord Caistor Ltd (SCL) is based in the small picturesque and historic market town of Caistor in Lincolnshire County and plays a significant supporting role in this small town which has a population of around 2,750 people.
SCL started trading from the Caistor site in 1996 and is now the second largest employer in the town. SCL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sealord Group Ltd (SGL). Keith Graham Ltd (KGL), which manufactures the smoked product, was also a subsidiary of SGL but was merged with SCL in 2009 and now trades under SCL.
The SCL operation processes high quality fresh and frozen fish and has a dedicated supplier relationship with the Waitrose retail chain that is a major retailing outlet within the UK with 241 stores nationwide.
The major source of fish to SCL is from Iceland with many other sources from around the world including SGL. The main species supplied are Cod, Haddock, Lemon Sole, Prawns, Seabass and Plaice
Sealord is a global seafood enterprise with a world-wide fishing, processing and marketing network. Sealord's processing headquarters is in Nelson, New Zealand where it has fish, coated products and shellfish processing plants.
The company is jointly owned by the Maori people of New Zealand and Japanese seafood company Nissui.
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