Pacific Coast Seafood 

 

Acquired in 1983, Pacific Coast Seafoods in Warrenton OR has the distinction of being our very first processing plant, and has been a cornerstone in providing fresh, high quality fish for over 25 years.

 

Located on the calm waters of the Skipanon River, a small tributary of the mighty Columbia River, our facility has quick and easy access to the Pacific Ocean. Fishermen appreciate our location because we are ideally situated for boats offloading their catch or filling up on fuel. With our own ice maker and room to store 90 tons at any given time, boat captains come and go all year round, unloading the very freshest seafood available.

 

Our capacities at this operation offer great flexibility, and enable us to process everything from bottomfish to Dungeness crab, salmon, whiting, Pacific Coldwater Shrimp and a variety of other species.

 

With 40 fillet stations, two trio skinning machines and a vacuum packing machine, we can process 120,000 pounds of round fish a day. During shrimp season, our four peeling machines can produce 50,000 lbs. of raw product a day. Through the Dungeness season, Pacific Coast has the capacity to cook 90,000 lbs of crab a day.

 

Essentially, we can process whatever is unloaded at our docks. Between the capacity and our flexibility, we can easily accommodate the products delivered to our landing stations just north and south of us in Garibaldi OR and Neah Bay WA. And like our other plants, Pacific coast Seafoods is very well-known for high quality products and operational excellence.

 

For more information, please contact us at:

 

Pacific Coast Seafood

450 NE Skipanon Dr.

Warrenton, OR  97146

Phone:  503-861-2201

 

Michael Brown, General Manager

mbrown@pacseafood.com

Rich Long, Shipping & Receiving

rlong@pacseafood.com

Hiram Cho, Production Supervisor

hcho@pacseafood.com

Dominic Kohlasch, Receiving Supervisor

dkohlasch@pacseafood.com