Parlevliet & Van der Plas

Mar 10, 2016 | | Say something
AddressVoorschoterweg 31 2235 SE Valkenburg (ZH ) The Netherlands
MobilePlease login or register
Tel./FaxPlease login or register
Web-sitePlease login or register
Email Please login or register

About Parlevliet & Van der Plas

The world of the Parlevliet & Van der Plas group is a world of various cultures, countries, people and markets. We respect and deliver to the requirements of our customers and concentrate on building collaborative relationships.

In turn, we are pleased that our customers support our industry, and trust us to conduct our fisheries in a manner that will ensure a seafood supply for future generations.

We have built an excellent reputation for sustainable fishing and are proud to have achieved MSC certification for our North Sea herring and North Atlantic herring fisheries.

Our catch quotas are dictated by government and EU regulations, and are based on scientific advice. We fish without causing damage to the seabed, and without disturbing the ecological system. As an active member of the Pelagic Freezer-trawler Association, we work closely with international scientists, environmental organisations, governments and fisheries management bodies, to ensure that accurate research provides the information necessary to ensure sustainable fisheries and effective fish stock management, including the prevention of unintentional bycatch, in all waters where we operate.

Parlevliet & Van der Plas headquarters are located in Valkenburg in the Netherlands, which is close to Katwijk, the former fishing village and hometown of both families (Parlevliet and Van der Plas). The Parlevliet & Van der Plas group has several offices all over the world. Look for details on the World of PP map.

Parlevliet & Van der Plas – or just PP – is an international enterprise, with 1,500 employees worldwide. The management is family orientated and likes to treat customers, partners and team workers as part of the family.

The Parlevliet & van der Plas group comprises three major divisions:
– Pelagic fishing
– Demersal fishing
– Processing plants