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Rob Zuanich

Managing Partner

Silver Bay Seafoods LLC

HQ Phone:  (907) 747-7996

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Silver Bay Seafoods LLC

4400 Sawmill Creek Rd

Sitka, Alaska,99835

United States

Company Description

Silver Bay Seafoods is an integrated processor of frozen, headed and gutted salmon for domestic and export markets. We began in 2007 as a single salmon processing facility in Sitka, Alaska. Today, Silver Bay is one of the largest seafoods companies in Alaska, ... more.

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United Fishermen of Alaska

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Silver Bay Seafoods, LLC

www.silverbayseafoods.com [cached]

Robert P. Zuanich
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www.intrafish.com

The ASPA is led by Robert Zuanich, managing director of Alaska salmon processor Silver Bay Seafoods, who serves as president of the ASPA.


www.intrafish.com

The seven-page letter, signed by Rob Zuanich, executive director of ASPA and an executive in salmon processor Silver Bay Seafoods, listed out a multitude of reasons why the processors don't deserve to rejoin the client group.
"... [W]e do not believe it is presently consistent with ASPA's above stated purposes to admit your group into the client group. We note that the 2015 season is now upon us and we have our businesses to run. However, ASPA is willing to resume discussions in September with the express intention of establishing comprehensive stable sustainability certification or verification in 2016 for Alaska salmon." Zuanich was extremely critical of the Trident-led group, saying at one point in the letter: "We see a group of large processors who attempted to destroy the MSC certification of Alaska salmon through almost any means possible.


www.valdezstar.net

It is going to be big - about 70,000 square feet according to Rob Zuanich, the managing partner for Silver Bay Seafoods.
Zuanich, along with Valdez plant manager Rocky Caldero and Jon Hickman, director of plant operations, updated the Valdez City Council on the project last week. Piles are already being driven into the lot where construction of the new bunkhouses is underway, which Zuanich said will be needed to accommodate the larger influx of seasonal workers expected once the new plant is constructed. The new plant will employ not only seasonal workers on what is commonly known as the slime line, but will also open opportunities for a skilled workforce. "These are going to be family wage jobs that maybe people in the community will be willing to fill," Zuanich said. Zuanich said the current utility infrastructure on the spit is inadequate for the expanded plant. He also said that the channel used by fishing boats to access the plant are not fully adequate. He also said the company would like to purchase or expand its long-term lease with the city.


www.seafoodsource.com

While there was much hubbub recently over Marine Stewardship Council recertification of the Alaska salmon fishery being handed over to a new client, Robert Zuanich, managing member of Silver Bay Seafoods, aims to set the record straight in an exclusive interview with SeafoodSource.
"PSVOA is a fishermen's trade association, while MSC is a label for seafood sellers. I don't think PSOVA felt like they were the ideal party to lead the parade," said Zuanich, who is also a board member of the...


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