46 bis avenue James Cook, Nouville
+687 28 52 38
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Who we are 

Pacific Tuna is a cutting, processing and selling company of offshore fishes. It operates a laboratory in Nouville, where fishes are packaged as required.

Pacific Tuna: Quality and Freshness above all

Founded in 2007 by SODIL (Société de Développement et d’investissement des Iles Loyauté) Pacific Tuna, managed by Jessica Bouyé, develops and markets the entire catch of Navimon, a fishing company.
With the commissioning of a new workshop of 200m2, it quickly became the leader in the offshore Caledonian fish market, with more than 1 200 tonnes processed annually.

Pacific Tuna is proud to promote the work of Navimon's professional fishermen certified "responsible fishers" since 2015. The longline, an angling technique, ensures a sustainable business through the renewal of the resource and offers its customers a natural and diversified Caledonian product. The duration of a campaign (about 9 fishings) rarely exceeds 12 days, which ensures freshness and quality of our product.

The quality and regularity of its supply enables it to ensure maximum freshness and export about 30% of its production to Japan. With this experience, the company seeks to expand its exports to new markets.

In constant search for improvement, it consolidates sustainable partnerships with local companies to develop its product range and its influence on the territory.



In 2009, the company has been refurbished with a 200m2 workshop and 200m2 of office and storage areas..

1 200t

Fish processed annually

Three unloadings of fresh fishes, caught by Navimon are treated every week..


Are exported per year

Japan remains the country's main export (fresh whole tuna), followed by Pago Pago (whole frozen tuna).



Pacific Tuna is organized by department (production, sales and quality), with a manager for each one.


On land, at sea, the technical mastery of the teams offers a quick and fair treatment of fish. This allows to better preserve the quality and freshness. Also in order to satisfy and transparency, each is labeled with the date and name of the boat where he was caught.