M/s Jeelani Marine Products is a brainchild of visionary Mr. S H Aboobaker. Mr. Aboobaker started his career as an employee in a seafood trading firm. His experience of more than 3 decades, business knowledge and strong connections with people couldn't hold him back for too long. So in the year 2011 Mr. Aboobaker followed his instincts and ventured into seafood trading business. His passion and dedication for business made him explore overseas opportunities. Aspirations and shove to supply fresh fish to seafood lovers across the globe paved way for seafood exports. Today M/s Jeelani Marine Products is one of the most sought-after sea food and aquaculture exporter in the country.
We provide fresh and premium quality fish, Cephalopods and Crustaceans both Sea Caught and Aquaculture. We are one of the best quality seafood exporters from India. We export to countries like USA, Japan, Thailand, China, South Africa, European Union (EU) Russia, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, East Africa, Egypt, Korea, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia and UAE.
We export a wide variety of sea-caught and aquaculture products which Include Indian Mackerel, Squid, Cuttlefish, Ribbon Fish, Croaker, Sea-Caught Shrimps, Vannamei Shrimps, Black Tiger etc. We are committed to satisfy the needs of international sea food lovers through competitive prices, total quality control, consistency, on-time delivery, and premium services. We always aspire to enhance our product quality and update our export variety.
M/s Jeelani Marine Products are committed to use the latest technology right from the raw material sourcing to processing, packaging and delivering superior quality products to the international market.
Found in the eastern Pacific Ocean the White leg shrimp as it is also known as is farmed for food on a regular basis. In some places, people also refer to it as the King prawn or the Pacific White Shrimp. On the outset, the Vannamei Shrimp can grow to a total length of 230 mm. The length of its carapace only grows to 90 mm. The adult white leg shrimps are found in the sea at a depth of around 72 metres and the young ones can be seen thronging the estuaries. Its rostrum is moderately long and has 7-10 feet on the dorsal side while it has two to four teeth on the ventral side. The white leg shrimp is mostly found in temperatures above the level of 20 degrees. In the 20th century, this species was very crucial for the fisherman of this region. However, by the end of the decade fisheries became overcome by aquaculture. In fact, in El Nino years the temperature rose and the population of the Vannamei Shrimp declined and vice versa. 9 years back Greenpeace foundation added the same to the seafood red list. This includes species which are easily sold in fisheries and can be easily sourced from unsustainable fisheries. In the year 2016, its global production was 55% of crustaceanÃ¢??s production worldwide. PACKING : HOSO, HLSO, PUD, PD GRADE : 10/20, 20/30, 30/40, 40/50, 50/60, 60/70, 70/80, 80/100
Brown Shrimp (metapenaeus Affinis) Known Locally As The Jinga Shrimp This One Loves To Stay In Brackish Waters. Thus You Will Find Him Resting In Waters Of Around 5-92 Metres Depth. Considered To Inhabit The Indo Pacific Region The Brown ShrimpÃ¢??s Presence Goes From The Persian Gulf And The Arabian Sea To The South China Sea And Hawaii Islands. At Maturity Time The Length Of The Brown Shrimp Is Estimated To Be Around 11.9 Centimetres. Though In Certain Cases The Length Has Been Seen To Reach A Maximum Level Of 22 Centimetres. Common Average Lengths For Both Males And Females Are Mentioned To Be Around 17 Centimetres At The Outset. As Mentioned Before The Species Prefers Muddy Waters And That Is Where You Would Find Them. Again It Also Uses Precopulatory Courtship Ritual To Mate And The Sperm Indirectly Enters The Female Brown Shrimp. The Temperature At Which The Jinga Can Be Nurtured Is Around 24.8-29.1 Degree Fahrenheit. Prices Of The Jinga Are High Because It Is Considered To Be One Of The Most Popular Shrimp Species Of That Area. Vulnerability Is Low Means That There Are Limited Chances Of It Being Changed Into A Rare Species. Packing : Hoso, Hlso & Pud
Red Shrimp (Aristeus Alcocki) Also going by the name Arabian Red Shrimp this variety of prawns is mostly found in the Indian Ocean. It can mostly be found in extreme depths of around 270-1086 metres. The maximum length that the Red Shrimp achieves is around 15 centimetres though there is no clue about its average height or any other important detail. The common length of the male species of red shrimp is 11 centimetre while that of his female counterpart is 14 centimetre. Members of this species of prawns are considered to be gonochoric by nature. In order to mate they indulge in a precopulatory courtship ritual. After the ritual is over an indirect transfer of sperm happens from the male to the female. Overall there is no such indication that the red shrimp is dangerous or is moving on the path to extinction. The fact that it is mostly found in the Indian Ocean strengthens the belief that it might soon become rare. However, because they are found in fewer numbers the price of one piece tends to be very high. The taste of the red shrimp is good and hence many people long to purchase them for consumption. PACKING : 1 X 10 KG IF SIZES : U/5, 4/6, 6/8, 8/12, 12/15, 15/18
Karikadi (Parapenaeopsis Stylifera) The Karikadi is a shrimp variety seen in regions of the Indian Ocean. They can be seen in the waters of Kuwait, Pakistan and Bangladesh. In fact, it has two subspecies and each is found in different zones of the Indian Ocean. Maturity length of the Karikadi is around 9 cm though its maximum length can go up to 14.5 cms. The age of the Karikadi is around 2 years which is pretty early. In coast and depths, the Karikadi is seen at depths of 90 metres. On the other hand in muddy and sandy substrates the fish can be seen at a depth of 50 metres. Karikadi is omnivorous in temperament and its diet in normal situations includes crustaceans, mud and detritus, vegetable matter, gastropods, bivalves, diatoms, and sand particles As and when the shrimp matures sexually its feeding intensity also increases. The Karikadi takes less than 15 months to double its population and hence it does not fall under the high-risk category at all. Commercially the Karikadi is nurtured in fisheries and it does not pose any kind of threats to any human. PACKING : HOSO, HLSO & PUD
Flower Shrimp (Penaeus Semisulcatus) Also known as the green tiger prawn the flower shrimp is a very important species of prawn. It has a light brown body that has a greenish tint and has yellow tansvers bands across the back of the carapace; its abdomen is banded with brownish grey and yellow transverse bands. And the antennae are banded yellow and brown. The maximum length the flower shrimp can achieve is up to 180 mm for males and 228 mm for females. Its weight can reach an average of around 130 kgs. Flower shrimps usually have more of an Indopacific distribution inhabiting areas like eastern Africa and the Red Sea east to Indonesia and northern Australia. As a migrant, it has even made a way into areas like the Mediterranean region and the Suez Canal. In India, the species is not considered a very important one. Though in Madagascar, Red Sea and Africa it may be of moderately important. Also in India, the species is avidly used for the nurturing of other species of prawns in the Ganges delta. Aquaculture of this particular species is also being conducted in regions of Taiwan and Thailand. Flower shrimps caught in Pakistan are sued to make shrimp meat and paste. PACKING : 1 X 10 KG IF SIZES : U/5, 4/6, 6/8, 8/12, 12/15, 15/18
Pink Shrimp (Metapenaeus Monoceros) The pink shrimp also goes by the name speckled shrimp and brown shrimp. This shrimp is native to Indo west Pacific region from Durban to Red sea and even areas around India. Nowadays you can even find it in the Mediterranean region and the Suez Canal. In fact by doing that it has unknowingly reduced the population of the native species of shrimp of this area. You can find the pink shrimp normally till depths of 10 meter to 30 meters. You would find them in sandy or brackish waters. The adult pink shrimp is pale grey in colour and has brown spots on its surface. They can maximum grow up to a size of 15 cm for males and 20 cm in the females. For the males, there is also the presence of a prominent curved spine. Though the maximum weight recorded for the prawns is 170 grams the average weight that they can boast of lies in the range if 30 grams. The pink shrimp breeds continuously and its spawning season vary according to multiple factors. In India, their spawning seasons range from December to April and August to September. The pink shrimp is considered very important in coastal areas of Africa and countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Israel and Egypt. PACKING HOSO, HLSO & PUD
Silver Croaker (Pennahia argentata) The silver croaker or Pennahia argentata I avidly found in the Northwest Pacific region from Japan, Hong Kong to North Korea and Yellow sea. Its length at maturity remains around 14 cm but there have been instances where fishes of high length like 40 cm have also been found. With regards to its dorsal rays, they are around 11 in number while dorsal soft rays can be anywhere from 25-28. The Silver croaker has 2 anal spines and 7-8 anal soft rays with close to 25 vertebrae to give support to the body. Posterior end of its pectoral fin extends along the posterior end of its spinous dorsal fin and is a remarkable feature of its body. There are no markings seen inside the lower jaw teeth and the length of its second anal spine is almost equal to the diameter of its eye. Silver Croaker is mostly seen in muddy and shallow waters and you have to delve deep to bring them out. Mostly you find these little fish preying and eating other small fishes and invertebrates that they find easily available. When it comes to marketing the Silver Croaker they are used fresh and dried and are quite tasty to consume. PACKING 1x10Kg, 2x10Kg Shutter Packing GRADE 50/100, 100/200, 200/300, 300/500, 500Up
Yellow Croaker (Larimichthys polyactis) A native of the western Pacific region Yellow croaker is often seen inhabiting temperate waters like those of yellow sea and the East China Sea. Usually, the yellow croaker is found eating zooplankton, small fishes and shrimps etc. Mostly you would find this fish in shallow water conditions but they try to avoid brackish conditions as much as they can. An average male, in this case, reaches a height of 42 cm though the average height still remains around 30 cm. With red lips, gold body and belly and light yellow fins these fish have an almost rectangular shape. Insides of the mouth are white in colour and its gill slits would be black. Their head has two hard bones which give balance to the fish while swimming. These bones are used for medicinal purposes as well. Another habit of theirs which makes them distinct is that they love to jump over water. It was once an abundant fish in the Chinese and Japanese waters but in the 1970s over usage led to its population coming down. However, they have again become prominent and are consumed salted and fried which is highly prized in those areas. The breeding season of the Yellow croaker is from March to June and they spawn between 30000-70000 eggs at a time. PACKING 1x10Kg, 2x10Kg Shutter Packing GRADE 50/100, 100/200, 200/300, 300/500, 500Up