Trans-Ocean Products, Inc. is located in Bellingham, Washington, about 100 miles north of Seattle and just south of Vancouver, Canada. Our location in the Pacific Northwest is ideal because it provides easy access to the many seafoods that are caught and harvested off the Alaskan Coast. Trans-Ocean was a pioneer in the introduction of surimi seafoods to markets throughout the United States.
Trans-Ocean was a pioneer in the introduction of surimi seafoods to markets throughout the United States. The company was founded in 1985, just as surimi seafood, which at the time was known to the public as imitation crab meat, caught a wave of popularity nationwide.
Through effective marketing and sampling, consumers quickly learned the many benefits of surimi seafood and significant sales volume followed. Trans-Ocean operates a modern production facility in Bellingham in which we follow strict quality control procedures, ensuring all of our products receive the stamp of approval of the USDC, the FDA, and the HACCP program.
Supreme Court rules Svalbard snow crab belongs to Norway Norway
The Norwegian Supreme Court ruled that snow crab is a sedentary species and, consequently, that Norwegian authorities have exclusive rights to manage the crab stocks in the waters around the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard.