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NOBOL Trading International

Business TypeTrading Company, Other
Main MarketsNorth America South America Eastern Europe Southeast Asia Af
Product/ServiceAtlantic Mackerel (scomber scombrus) , herring (clupea harengus) , jonah crab (cancer borealis) , snow crab (chionoecetes opilio) , cold water shrimp (pendalus borealis) , Pacific Hake / Whiting (merluccius productus) , Peruvian Hake (merluccius gahi) , Me
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Company Introduction

Nobol Trading International is a new seafood trading company established by Nicholas Obolensky, an experienced seafood trader. Nobol Trading operates worldwide and offers frozen seafood products from North and South America, specializing in pelagics, squids and high value shellfish.
Nobol Trading works closely with a local plant that produces mackerel (scomber scombrus) , herring (clupea harengus) , jonah crab (cancer borealis) , snow crab (chionoecetes opilio) , and cold water shrimp (pendalus borealis) .
Other products include:
Pacific Hake / Whiting (merluccius productus) , Peruvian Hake (merluccius gahi) , Merluza / Hake (merluccius hubbsi) , Sardines (sardinops sagax) (sardina pilchardus) , Pacific Mackerel (scomber japonicus) , Blue Mackerel (scomber australasicus) , Jack Mackerel (trachurus murphy) , Horse Mackerel (trachurus trachurus) , USA Scallops (placopectin magellanicus) , Skate (raja radiata) , Squid (loligo peali, loligo opalesens, illex sp. ) , North American Lobster (homarus americanus) , Atlantic Salmon (salmo salar) and Pink and Chum Salmon (oncorhynchus gorbushca and oncorhynchus keta) .

Contact Information

Contact PersonMr. Michael Ouimet
Telephone1-508-264 1603
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Post Code02748
Address50 Barney's Joy Rd, S. Dartmouth, Massachusetts, United States
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