Nireus Aquaculture SA


Nireus Aquaculture SA

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About the company

Nireus Aquaculture SA is a Greece-based company engaged in marine aquaculture. The Company is active in the production, marketing and distribution of fish, aquaculture products, fish feed and fish farming equipment. Fish farming products include, among others, sea bream, sea bass, common sea bream, sharp snout sea bream, salmon Meagre and Pagrus. Fish processing unit is involved in the production and trade of processed fish for the retail sector and dining establishments in both the domestic and foreign markets and is carried out though its subsidiaries. Fish feed products are manufactured at the Group's Feedus factory, which supports both the Group and the other companies in the sector, whereas fish farming equipment includes nets and cages. The Group exports to over 35 countries countries.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)185.18m
  • Net income in EUR-13.99m
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  • Employees1.25k
  • Location
    Nireus Aquaculture SAKropia, Portsi PlaceKOROPI 194 00GreeceGRC
  • Phone+30 2 106624280
  • Fax+30 2 106626804
  • Websitehttp://www.nireus.com/
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