It looks like an abandoned warehouse. The outside is old and falling apart, but it is full of activity on any fishing day, a packing and freezing location for Pacific Seafood, a company with a major presence in the Northwest. This building at the Port, in Port Orford, manages to move pounds and pounds of the freshest and most delicious fish you will ever eat. Most of it is shipped frozen, or live in tanks.
The goal of this enterprise is to get the fish in from the boats and off to their destinations within hours. Most of the fish you eat on the west coast comes from this distributor.
Pacific Seafood is a big company, with a major presence in the Northwest.
Read about them: Pacific Seafood
Sustainability and Quality are their trademarks.
Fishing is one of the most difficult job on earth. It is also the least appreciated.