|Company Name||DIRECT INTERNATIONAL CORP.|
|Address||Cygnet Bldg. 8F, 4-12-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, 104-0045, Japan|
|Found||December 15, 1994|
|No. of clerks||18|
|Raw-frozen fish business||- Our raw fish business is made in direct and close contact to fishing vessels and local packers in Russia,
Alaska U.S.A., South Pacific Ocean off Peru area and Atlantic Ocean NAFO and off Argentina area
(1) Purchase of frozen raw fish from Russian water and sale to Japanese, E.U., U.S., Chinese and other east/southeast Asian market
(2) Purchase of frozen raw fish and squid from NAFO area, south Pacific Ocean off Peru, and Atlantic Ocean and sale to Japanese, E.U., U.S., Chinese and other east/southeast Asian market
|Processed fish business||(3) Processing of sea products in China, Viet Nam etc. for further export to Japan and EU/USA market|
|Fish export business||(4) Export of raw-frozen fish from Japan to east Asian market|
|Suppor for fishery&packer||(5) Supply for oversea fishing vessels and processing factories|
|From Russian water||Red (Sockeye) Salmon, Chum Salmon, Pink Salmon and other salmon species, Greenland Halibut,
Pacific Halibut,Alaska Pollack, Pacific Cod, Sole (Rock Sole, Yellow fin Sole etc.), Arrowthooth Flounder, Atka Mackerel,
Salmon Roe, Alaska Pollack Roe, Pacific Cod Roe
|From Alaska||Salmon, Pacific Cod, Sole, others|
|From South America||Squid (Argentine Illex, Giant Squid)||From NAFO area||Greenland Halibut, Red Fish, Alfonsino, Mackerel|
DIRECT INTERNATIONAL CORP. received MSC CoC certification.
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is the first global sustainable seafood certification program to achieve recognition from the Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI), confirming it meets international requirements for credibility and rigor.
The MSC program considers the environmental sustainability of wild capture fisheries. In order to process, package and sell MSC certified seafood, supply chain companies must be certified to the MSC Chain of Custody Standard.