The Corn Island Company associates welcomes you to our website. Our company strives to provide our customers with more than simply a business partner. Our company has the technical expertise and capabilities to help our customer in every aspect of sea food production, development, manufacturing, management and even sales & distribution support, if needed. All work is completed in accordance with our fully documented FDA and ISO procedures, offering further assurance that we deliver only the highest quality service and products to our customers. We've had the pleasure of Bringing Ideas To Life for our clients since 1980, and look forward to many more years of mutual success in the various industries we serve. For more information on our capabilities and services please browse our website and feel free to contact us for more information.
Main sources of supply for the plant are independent day fishermen. These spread around the Corn Islands as well as the Caribbean Cays. CAF also exploits a number of permits for industrial fishing vessels. The plant has implemented its HACCP program and has been certified by the Nicaraguan Authorities for export to the European Union and other markets. External, independent audits are performed yearly. Corn Island is located 48 miles to the East of the coastal city of Bluefields. The island is surrounded by Caribbean sea of great beauty; it has 4 square miles of surface and a small population . An asphalt airstrip provides the main way of communication for tourist and businessmen. The CAF plant is one of the main economic activities of the island and is located to the Southwest. Product is available almost all year round, and is sold in North American, European and Japanese markets. From Corn Island, the product is exported directly via Miami, Fl or other Caribbean ports.
Corn Island Fishing Company
Corn Island Fishing Company, Inc is our Nicaraguan subsidiary owned by Nicaraguan and Foreign investors. The Company has operations all along the Nicaraguan Caribbean and in the northern Pacific Coast also the main seafood processing plant located in Corn Island in the Caribbean Sea of Nicaragua. The plant is a self-sustained unit, with its own power, water, and security certified terminal, it has a capacity to process and freeze 30,000 pounds of seafood per day, specializing in lobster, shrimp and fish