The sea food supply companies are supplying the sea products like fish, prawns, crabs and more from one place to another place. These supply companies are increasing more and more daily. In Ireland, westcoastcrabsales is a specialized and most popular company which supplies the best quality shellfishin domestic and international markets. It has 35 years of experience in supplying shellfish and it is supplying in Ireland markets, United Kingdom and mainland Europe, France, Spain and Portugal. It also supplies live Brown Crab s for Asia market in countries such as China and Hong Kong. This company uses the high quality Fishing methods and they employ good relationships with their customers.
They handle the fresh sea food in an extremely sanitary manner, delivered in clean crisp cold trucks and they maintain perfect package to hold up the longest possible time and all for at affordable prices. They operate a fleet of 6 vessels “John Michelle”, “Rachel Mary”, “James Collins”, Aisling Patrick”, Michelle Na Mara” and their new addition to the fleet “Sean Óg” which employs total 25 members. Each of their vessels are trained to the highest standards and they take upmost care top ensure the responsibly fished and to handle carefully. They guarantee to provide the best quality shellfish product with high meat content.
Their main products are brown crab and Lobster. The brown crabs can occupy any range of habitats and these types of habitats cover a wide range of depths of 100 fathoms. This brown carb has a very large black tipped claw and are very effective tools for feeding and fighting. Second one is Lobster, the European Lobster is a dark blue with cream and yellow spots. Lobster fishing is the most traditional fisheries along the coast of the Ireland. The fishing season for Lobster is runs from March to October depending on the weather. Get more details about their fishing services and their fishing products at http://westcoastcrabsales.com/lobster/
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