The Spanish National Innovation Agency - CDTI and the Kingdom of Morocco

FENIP's participation in the webinar in collaboration with the Spanish National Innovation Agency (CDTI), aimed at presenting the R&D and Innovation program dedicated to the Fisheries Industries sector in Morocco

Coaching Workshop

African market potential for Moroccan fish products

Welcome to the FENIP portal: A strategic partner for the valorization and sustainability of the Moroccan fisheries industries.

About us

The Strategic Partner of Seafood Processing Industries in Morocco

The Federation of Fish Processing and Valorization Industries (FENIP) is a professional organization established on November 21, 1996. FENIP brings together 7 professional associations that encompass over 300 seafood processing and valorization companies operating in six sectors of the industry (fish canning, semi-preserved fish, freezing of seafood products, fishmeal and fish oil, aquaculture, Agar-Agar).

Advocacy for the interests of its members.

Diversification of production and innovation.

Training and capacity building.

Networking and business matchmaking.

Secteurs d'activité

National Association of Seafood Freezing Industries

Moroccan Association of Semi-Preserved Fish

National Association of Fishmeal And Fish Oil Producers

National Union of Canned-Fish Industries

Association Marocaine de l'aquaculture

Seafood Industrial Federation

Seaweeds Processing Sector

National Union of Moroccan Aquacultures

Together to support the sustainable, innovative, and high-performing development of the fishing industry in Morocco.


The strategic positioning axes of the fishing industry sector in Morocco


The recommendations of FENIP and its member associations are based on improving the efficiency of the productive fabric, notably through the progressive reduction of factors that hinder national competitiveness and the implementation of various industry support tools to enhance operational excellence and innovation.




Practiced responsibly, fishing and aquaculture could offer sustainable benefits in terms of environment and food security. Adherence to sustainability, legality, and consumer protection standards has become an essential challenge to safeguard fishery resources and marine environments for future generations.




Morocco has all the necessary assets in terms of human and material resources to innovate in the way of fishing, in the way of producing and delivering seafood products, in the way of consumption, and ultimately in all the business models specific to this industry




Key news of the sector


Morocco invited as the guest of honor at the Summer Fancy Food Show Jun 25 , 2023

Summer Fancy Food Show / USA

The Summer Fancy Food Show, which will take place in Las Vegas, USA, from June 25th to June 27th, 2023

Business matchmaking

FENIP connects its members with buyers and prospects from different countries and regions. The federation provides guidance and support during trade fairs and specialized exhibitions. We facilitate B2B meetings, organize sales and purchasing missions, and combine them with on-site visits or study and prospecting trips. ...

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Key Figures

Key Figures


African fish Producer

+ 21 

Milliards de dirhams du CA à l'export


Producteurs de poissons  à l’échelle mondiale

3 Millions

De personnes vivent du secteur


De production est exporté sur plus de 133 pays

+ 660 000


3500 km

de littoral (océan Atlantique et la mer Méditerranée)


Des exportations alimentaires marocaines sont des produits de la mer.