Gadre Marine Export is one of the leading exporters of high quality Seafood and Aquaculture products across the world. Gadre Marine manufactures a wide range of value-added seafood products and exports them across the globe.
The history of Gadre Marine traces back to the 1970s, when the company supplied diesel to fishing docks. This connection exposed Deepak Gadre, founder of Gadre Marine, to the fishing business. And the rest, as they say, is history.
In 1978, he set up the first factory in Ratnagiri, and processed and packaged frozen marine products such as shrimps, squids, cuttlefish and other finfish. On his visit to Japan, he came across the Surimi manufacturing process, and consequently, set up India’s first Surimi plant in 1994.
Gadre Marine is known globally for their state-of-the-art infrastructure and consistent high quality and wide range of premium frozen seafood products.
As the company grew, they invested in state-of-the-art machines to automate the manufacturing process and consistently deliver high quality frozen seafood products. By 1999, they garnered a reputation of being a trusted manufacturer and exporter of frozen seafood. From South Korea, Japan and Malaysia, to Taiwan and Australia, Gadre Marine soon became a notable player in the industry. In 2004, under the leadership of their Managing Director, Arjun Gadre, they set up a Surimi Value Added products plant and manufactured a wide range of products including marinated ready-to-cook fish and cut n clean raw fish.
Gadre Marine is India’s first and only brand to produce and retail the Japanese Surimi specialty.
Today, Gadre Marine is the 3rd largest Surimi manufacturer in the world. They have three plants, one in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, and one each in Chorwad, Gujarat, and Brahmavar, Karnataka. Through their pursuit of excellence, the company has made a mark on the global map with quality products at a competitive price. They now aim to focus on the Indian market, and believe their frozen seafood is in line with the taste of modern Indians, who like to experiment and look for simpler and healthier food options.
The primary factory is located 360 km south of Mumbai, at Mirjole-MIDC, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, on the west coast of India. Gadre Marine follows stringent measures to ensure the raw materials used are not exposed to anything that can cause it any harm. There is absolutely no room for error. The practice of ensuring the highest level of safety measures run through every stage of the manufacturing process.
Gadre offers a wide range of frozen seafood.
At every plant, the employees go through a rigorous hygiene check and have to wear equipment that stops any form of contamination. The state-of-the-art machinery at the plants automates the majority of the process, so that direct contact with the fish is kept at a minimum.
Right from the time the fish is procured, till it reaches the market, it is stored at the right temperature to eliminate the possibility of any contamination. An expert HACCP team samples the food at different stages to ensure it conforms to industry accepted specifications. The long list of accreditations from notable bodies stand testament to the high quality of their products, and a sense of assurance for customers. One thing is certain – Nothing leaves the plant, until the product meets the level of quality Gadre Marine expects from themselves.
Over the last three decades Gadre Marine Export has continuously upgraded and increased it's production capacity as well as its product range.
About Gadre Marine Export
Gadre Marine Export was founded by Mr. Deepak Gadré in 1978, as a processing and packaging unit of frozen marine products.
Gadre’s vision is to become a global leading brand in the Surimi analogue products business, through world-class infrastructure, industry best practices, global quality standards and stringent safety policies. To achieve this, Gadre continuously explores new technology, focuses on product innovation and is self-reliant through vertical integration.
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