Icicle Seafoods has operations throughout Alaska. We operate where the seafood is caught so we can process at its freshest and capture its peak quality. Our fleet of harvesters deliver to shore-based plants in Southeast, Central, and Western Alaska and our floating processor operates throughout the state.
Our Alaska shore plant facilities are strategically located to provide immediate access to primary fisheries and ready transportation for our fresh, frozen and canned salmon products. Our shore plant operations include Petersburg in southeast Alaska—where Icicle was founded; Seward, which is near Anchorage and enables us to ship fresh seafood by air and road; Egegik in the heart of Bristol Bay, home to the world's largest sockeye run; Larsen Bay, on Kodiak Island; and Wood River, located just outside the beautiful, remote city of Dillingham at the mouth of the Wood River.
The processing vessel Gordon Jensen enables us to move our processing activities to remote locations to match fishing seasons including pollock, cod, salmon and herring.
At Icicle Seafoods, we pride ourselves on our diverse team and effective locations. From buying and support sites strategically located throughout Alaska to our corporate office in Seattle to our sales office in Tokyo—we work meticulously and continuously to deliver a healthy, sustainable seafood bounty to our customers.
At Icicle, we view the fishermen we work with as part of our extended family. We are fortunate to have longstanding relationships that go back generations—as far back as our company itself. Over these generations, the fishermen have passed on the pride they take in bringing in the best catches. Our ongoing relationships mean we work with a consistent fleet year after year—and that translates to consistent quality for Icicle customers. We work with all types of Alaska fishermen: seiners, gillnetters, crabbers, long liners, trollers, trawlers, and pot fishermen.