Hangana Seafood (Pty) Ltd is a fully Namibian owned company and is one of the leading employers in the Namibian Hake fishing industry.
Internationally associated with quality, innovation, commitment and achievement, it is through its consistent quest for excellence that Hangana has earned respect from both consumers and its competitors. High quality products are achieved through full compliance with the Integrated Quality Management System consisting of HACCP, ISO 22000, MSC Chain of custody certification and BRC Issue 5. We fulfil our obligation to produce safe and legally compliant products of the highest quality without additives and genetically modified organisms.
Hangana explores foreign markets on an on-going basis and owes its remarkable market / product growth to pre-planned and focused market research. Advanced technology, effective product branding, and high quality packaging, as well as secondary value adding are major contributing factors to the company’s success. Hangana Seafood’s land-frozen products are mainly exported to Australia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, the United States and the SADC region.
At Hangana Seafood, we constantly strive to provide a wider range of retail products for international outlets. In order to maintain the high quality, we constantly re-build / upgrade our fish processing equipment and the skills of our people.
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Hangana’s wet-fish fleet consists of 8 Hangana owned vessels which focus on and are committed to responsible and sustainable fishing in Namibian waters. Hangana operates a technological advanced wet fish factory that includes state of the art equipment and software. In line with Hangana and Ohlthaver & List Group of Companies 2017 vision, “to be the most progressive and inspiring company”, Hangana has recently invested into a multi-million dollar automated value added line which produces high quality shapes from primary production for selected customers in the global market.
The main species targeted by our fleet are hake (Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus). The complete hake catch is processed into a final product. Bones and offcuts are used to produce fishmeal and mince while higher-value by-catch (monkfish, kingklip) are also prepared for export to overseas and local markets.