RequestQuote

Learn more about Siam Canadian Group : Frozen Seafood Supplier

From modest beginnings in Thailand in 1987, Siam Canadian started off as a small trading company specializing in food products. …

Siam Canadian was founded in 1987 on the principal of building a dynamic business by working hand in hand in close partnership …

Siam Canadian Frozen Seafood Packaging

Offices strategically located office in 7 countries for maximum local exposure and product control. Plus our International Trading Division.

Siam Canadian currently maintains offices in 7 countries and additionally procures product from around the world

News/Events All News/Events

28

May
Siam Canadian, established in Thailand in 1987 as a trading company and service provider in a variety of food products, ...

07

Jan
INFOFISH speaks to JAMES GULKIN Group Managing Director Siam Canadian Limited, Thailand

05

Nov
Siam Canadian Group in Intrafish The world's 150 largest seafood companies 2019 report

News Articles All News Articles

18

Oct
Thai shrimp exports are still being hit hard by increasingly high freight rates and several monsoon storms in recent weeks, ...

08

Oct
Shrimp exporters in Thailand are coping with an increase in shipping costs, even as they experience high demand for their ...

30

Sep
Le Thi Thuy Trang, sales manager for Siam Canadian Group’s Vietnam office, confirmed to Undercurrent that these sizes were already ...

Siam Canadian Market Blog All Blog

21

Oct
Raw material price continuously increased from previous period and we believe it will go up until the end of this year. Head on shrimp size 100 pcs/kg price increases from previous period around 10%

05

Oct
The price of shrimp raw material all size range has moved up. The small size like HOSO 100 pcs/kg (CPTO 71/90) has significantly moved up from last week.

01

Oct
Suppliers are finding that depending on different port, the freight from China to LA and New York is not same, from Zhanjiang to LA

27

Sep
Freight costs have significantly increased since middle of 2020 and in 2021 moved up sharply. Prices have more than tripled in some cases, compared to last year,