Who are we?
STEF Seafood is the seafood transport network of the European group STEF.
For over 30 years, STEF Seafood has grown in the market for seafood transport and logistics and developed a dense European network.
1974 : setting up of Tradimar. Transport of seafood from French ports to any place in France.
1979-1986: setting up of platforms; creation of a national network
Starting 1987 : European extension: United Kingdom, Italy, Denmark, Spain
1993: Launch of a monitoring system for seafood flows : Logifish
2001 : Extension of services : world sourcing for Europe
2002-2003 : Optimization of the organisation, setting up of Frigazur, Frigazur Italia, Frigocean and Fridedis. Strengthening of the visual identity around the Tradimar trademark.
2012: On January 1, 2012, Tradimar adopts a new name: STEF Seafood
STEF Seafood’s market
STEF Seafood, the European partner of choice for all parties involved in seafood activities
With its history and culture, STEF Seafood within the STEF Group, conributes its expertise to any logistics activity linked to the seafood supply chain: sourcing; dispatch and allocation on platforms; distribution; trade, logistics and financial flow monitoring.
STEF Seafood is the supply chain link between supply and demand of seafood from all over the world, in ports and airports
STEF Seafood is the expert in this market, well known for being professional, reactive and reliable. Because of its command of the whole range of supply chain services, STEF Seafood has taken a leading role in the drafting out European rules on hygiene, quality and traceability.
STEF Seafood’s businesses
For 30 years, we have provided a link between the sea and the land
Thanks to 30 years’ experience in the seafood market, STEF Seafood has build strong and long-standing relations with all parties in the chain
Today, thanks to its strategy which combines proximity and quality, STEF Seafood provides a whole range of services: research and consulting, transport, physical flow management, data flow monitoring and is a key logistics network dedicated to seafood: a daily presence in 150 European harbours, a daily presence in 21 airports, 23 temperature-controlled platforms, over 1,000 employees expert in their fields and a training institute to build and upgrade their skills platforms testify to STEF Seafood’s will to innovate and to continually adapt to the new demands of its market.
STEF Seafood has always focussed on quality of service and traceability of products.
STEF Seafood’s major European routes
Always inventing new ways to bring overseas products to consumer markets.
Rare or abundant depending on where you are on our planet, seafood needs to be sourced from all over the world.
To answer the growing challenge which affects sourcing, we have set up truly international services. With our “sourcing” offer, we open new links between suppliers from all over the world and consumer markets.
Thanks to our daily presence in 21 airports, we pick overseas products as soon as they land on European soil to bring them to you on a just-in-time basis, fresh :
- within 24 hours from Europe to France
- within 48 hours from everywhere in the world
Logifish, Tradimar’s software solution
With Logifish, we link supply and demand every day of the week
The Logifish software solution, a reference on seafood market, was designed to help you with your daily decision making process.
You are a producer, your worry is to be always in asynchronous mode with the market. Frontofish is the upstream exchange network. With Internet, Frontofish enables you to display your offer and remain permanently connected to the whole market. The frontofish core muster five main functions: Referentials sharing, Purchasing, Sales, Logistics, Management)
You are a wholesaler, a retailer ... you are the voice of the market everyday.
With Bacofish, you can order from your suppliers and have a real-time panorama of the market. Bacofish is the platform for customer relation management through Internet.
The collaborative portal Logifish “One Stop Shopping” for seafood allows parties to monitor locally and internationally the 24 hours Chrono for fish.