Skinnfiskur Ltd. was established in 1997 and is a valued supplier of the highest quality fish derived raw materials for the fur and pet food industries and offers consistent volumes of fish skin for gelatine production
Skinnfiskur has in later years become an established and valued supplier of the highest quality fish derived raw materials for the pet food industry.
Our strategically located factory is subject to governmental audits to ensure we meet and exceed quality requirements and comply with international industrial standards
At Skinnfiskur we are conscious of the importance of respecting and preserving the environment and have from the beginning put issues of sustainability at the core of our business.
Our raw material comes from the Icelandic waters, which are strictly monitored by the local government to secure the sustainable utilization of ocean’s natural resources and good treatment of the marine ecosystem.
Recognizing the important requirements of our valued customers we have furthermore implemented a system of traceability in our production as this is becoming an increasingly important aspect of food safety management thus offering full traceability from catch, through processing, export and delivery on the market as required.
We enjoy close partnership with our long term suppliers and ensure quality raw materials in line with seasonal availability of products from the pristine waters around Iceland.
What we do?
Our fresh high quality raw materials are mainly derived from white fish such as cod, haddock, red fish, flat fish and cat fish along with the much sought after salmon and arctic char.
Skinnfiskur also offers consistent volumes of fish skin for gelatin production.
Due to the strategically located factory our collecting trucks bring in freshest possible raw materials from surrounding fish processing factories several times throughout the day.
Company management and ownership
Skinnfiskur is owned by Leifur Einar Arason, Financial Manager (CFO), Guðlaug Birna Aradóttir, Managing Director (CEO) and Ragna María Aradóttir (Chairman of board).