Ukrainian fish importer Oceanapolis bringing live shellfish and mollusks from France
One of Ukraine's leading fish importers Oceanapolis Company has recently launched avia shipments of live shellfish from France and other countries, reports http://www.megafishnet.com/.
More specifically, the company will bring live lobsters, crabs, crayfish, oysters and mollusks alive within 24 hours from production site from France, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Iran. Besides, Oceanapolis will deliver such new products as Japanese eel, ocean perch Sebastes marinus and sea trigla from Rungis market near Paris. The above products now fly to Ukraine's capital Kiev practically directly after they are harvested.
This season the company also plans to expand its fish range with such traditional delicatessen as fresh Russian and Siberian sturgeon, beluga sturgeon, Scottish salmon as well as a wide range of crayfish from Armenia, Kazakhstan and Iran. Moreover, by the start of a new oyster season Oceanopolis has become an exclusive supplier of Marenne Oleron oysters and it will offer the Ukrainian consumers a range of bivalves from popular oyster regions of France - Bretagne, Marenne Oleron and Mediterranean.
Oceanapolis is the only company in the Ukraine which owns a 60,000-litre aquarian complex capable of storing more than 6 MT of live seafood at a time. The complex has no analogues in the Ukraine and it enables the company to deliver lobsters, crabs, crayfish, oysters and mollusks alive within 24 hours from production site.
Along with live seafood, the company imports chilled fish and seafood from Italy, Spain, Canada, Denmark, France, Norway, Greece and other countries.
The company's storage facilities are outfitted in compliance with all modern standards: refrigeration and freezing chambers with various temperature regimes, flake ice generators securing storage temperature in a range from -2 to -12 degrees C, own specialized transport securing stable temperature regime from 0 to +2 degrees C. The above plant enables the company to perform continuous loading and storage operations round the clock within 7 days per week.