Myanmar Pavilion - CBI

Events / Associations

Seafood Expo Global

Company Description:

The Myanmar Pavilion (Hall 13287) presents 4 experienced suppliers, several business support organizations and the online Seafood Trade Intelligence Portal (STIP), representing the full seafood variety of this country. The seafood sector in Myanmar has a large potential to contribute to food security, employment and economic development. It has shown dynamic development during the past period and is expected to show its full potential in the coming years. Myanmar is endowed with rich natural resources and has quite a few commercially interesting products, like shrimp, mud crab and sea bass, to offer. CBI supports the Myanmar seafood sector through an intensive more year exportprogramme aiming at promoting the exports from Myanmar to Europe. The Myanmar pavilion at SEG is is co-financed by CBI and the Trade Development Programme, a project implemented by GIZ on behalf of the European Union with co-funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).


Location & Contact Information:

Prinses Beatrixlaan 2, 2595 AL
P.O. 93144, 2509 AC
The Hague

Telephone: +31 (0)88 60 24300
Contact email: [email protected]


Ayeyarwady Fisheries Limited (AFL) is a 100% export oriented seafood processing company with an egg-to-table fully traceable concept, whose focus lies on sea water cultured shrimp (Black Tiger, Vannamei), sea caught shrimp (Sea Tiger, White, Pink) and Pangasius white fish fillets. Established in 2001, AFL plays a leading role in advanced cultured shrimp and fish farming in the country. Its processing cold store plant and farms are located in Ayeyarwady Division, Myanmar.

CBI - export development & promotion

CBI is the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries, a Netherlands government organization contributing to sustainable economic development in developing countries through the expansion of exports from these countries. CBI has more than 45 years of experience in export development and export promotion from developing countries to the EU in particular. Besides the now presented seafood sector from Myanmar in the last years CBI worked intensively with the seafood sector of Indonesia, Vietnam, and several Latin American countries.

Department of Fisheries of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation

The Department of Fisheries under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation is the competent authority for the export and import of fish and fishery products in Myanmar.

Its vision is to develop the Myanmar fisheries sector in order to improve the socio-economic situation of rural people and thus contribute to the sustainable development of Myanmar.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

GIZ is the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, a provider of international cooperation services for sustainable development and international education work. GIZ has over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including economic development and employment, energy and the environment, and peace and security. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is its main commissioning party. In Myanmar, GIZ is implementing the Trade Developent Programme on behalf of the European Union with co-funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

For questions about the Trade Development Programme in Myanmar, please kindly contact: Steffen Grammling, email: [email protected]


Hlaing Htate Khaung was established to serve our customers with excellent quality rohu and hilsha and other fish products. Our vision and spirit have always been led by the desire to bring to your dining table hygiene, fresh and quality fishery products. Our products are exported to international markets, much to Middle East countries, and recently we expand to markets worldwide.


May Yu Marine Products Co., Ltd. (MYM) is a processor and exporter of marine products in Myanmar such as rohu and other fresh water fish as well as pomfret, hilsha and other salt water species. MYM procures raw materials from unpolluted water, supports sustainable developments and processes in newly renovated premises on a high hygienic standard. It ensures uncompromised quality control in every step of the value chain to satisfy the need of their loyal customers.


Mega Marine Frozen Seafood Company Ltd exports various kinds of salt- and freshwater fish, including but not limited to Rohu, Hilsa and Mrigal. The quality of fish is strictly controlled throughout the value chain – from raw material selection at the landing sites over processing to exporting.


The Myanmar Fishery Products Processors & Exporters Association (MPEA) represents the interests of Myanmar companies that concentrate on global export of fisheries products. The association collates and amalgamates the concerns of different segments and sections of the Myanmar seafood industry.

Myanmar Pavilion - CBI

The Seafood Trade Intelligence Portal (STIP) is a membership based intelligence portal with a mission to increase transparency and sustainability in the worldwide seafood sector. It is a start up initiative of Solidaridad Network.

STIP develops online intelligence products which increase transparency in the seafood sector. By doing so STIP is able to broker partnerships for investments in sustainable seafood supply chains. Beside online products, STIP offers tailor made consultancy and matchmaking services, as well as reports on seafood markets, production and investment opportunities. Its latest product is ShrimpTails, an online magazine reporting on the latest news of shrimp production, trade and marketing from around the world.

Learn more about STIP by going to: and read its ShrimpTails magazine at:


Established in 2016, the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization (MYANTRADE) seeks to position Myanmar as a competitive trading nation and to achieve export-led growth by promoting Myanmar enterprises.