Argis Galac'Sea's integration will take place gradually.
Seafoodia & Argis Galac’Sea Come Together
Seafoodia group, a key player in the distribution and sales of seafood products worldwide, has announced the acquisition of Argis Galac'Sea, a family-owned company based in Lorient, France and specialized in the import & sales of frozen seafood products.
"This acquisition will help us consolidate our commercial presence on the French market and also to develop our activity in the wonders from the ocean’ that contribute to the health of mankind, animals and the planet.’’ commented David Sussmann, President of Seafoodia.
"The integration will take place gradually.’’ He added: "Régis Privé, founder of Argis Galac'Sea, will remain with us to accompany the transition.’’
Created in 1995, Argis Galac'Sea generated €22 million in turnover in 2018 with sales of 4000 tons of seafood products. The family company has 12 full-time employees.
Seafoodiais a committed company with more than 50 employees worldwide. With a turnover of €140 million in 2018, it is one of the Top 400 seafood companies worldwide. Its objective is to reach the Top 100 by 2026.
Seafoodia was founded in North America in 1997, today the business comprises of 50 employees in offices all over the world.
Seafoodia is specialised in seafood fishing, production and sales on a global scale. The company exports to over 60 countries, strengthened by its partnerships with over 40 production centres and fishing vessels throughout the world.
About Argis Galac'Sea
Argis Galac'Seaimports and markets more than 10,000 tonnes of frozen seafood products from multiple fishing and aquaculture areas worldwide. Thanks to its factory Gelsea Production Argis Galac'Sea is able to offer a range of frozen fish and shellfish as well as thawed in specific packaging.
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