Joint-stock company “GULFSTREAM” is one of the Russian fish and seafood market leaders, top-wholesaler – it’s total capacity of import over 100 000 t marine living resources annually. The Company has started to trade and deliver fish and seafood in 2003.
Group of companies “GULFSTREAM” buys goods from all over the world. The company offers a wide range – more than 250 species of fresh and frozen sea products of high quality.
All kind of its activity formed integrated logistic system: import-export operation, distribution, processing, prepacking, retail.
More than 2000 customers of “GULF STREAM” became regular business-partners. It’s effective business relations are maintaining by competitive price, high quality sea food products and good service.
The Company provides shipment, logistics and safety of consignment during all transit. Any production’s lot or consignment convenient for customers is delivered to all regions of Russian Federation.
The Salas Zivis group comprises four companies, one each from the Ukraine, Russia, Latvia and Lithuania, which have combined their purchasing operations in order to benefit from economies of scale. With annual purchases of about 200.000 tonnes a year of mainly pelagic fish the combined buying power of the group members is enough to place pressure on the sellers.
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