"Koga - Maris" Sp. z o.o. (a limited liability company) is located on the Hel Peninsula – the oldest fishermen settlement in Poland. It was built entirely on an investment of Polish capital. Formed in 1993 by a group of enthusiasts, who believed in the development and expansion of the fishing industry. Currently, “Koga-Maris” employs a staff of 60 people.
The company’s offices are located in a fishing port called Hel on the Hel Peninsula. The basic operation of the company is fishing, food processing and the trade of the Baltic Sea fish.
“Koga-Maris” owns three fishing boats: “HEL-102”, “HEL-111”and “HEL-112”, which are responsible for a catch of 7.000 tons of fish a year specializing in sprat, herring and cod. The specialties of the company are canned anchois (anchovies) of which “Kogo-Maris” is the country’s main producer.
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Croatia, Yugoslavia, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Bosnia & Herzegovina are the company’s major foreign trade partners.
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