03/2016 March 8, 2016 – BOSTON, MA. – Stavis Seafoods, a family-owned, international seafood wholesale and distribution company, today announced it has agreed to be the anchor tenant of a new seafood facility planned on the Boston Waterfront. With Stavis as the lead tenant, Massport approved the project, which will be on Parcel 5 of the Massport Marine Terminal. Stavis Seafoods has been searching for a... Read more.
12/2015 December 9, 2015, 4:31 pm Ola Wietecha Consumer demand is quickly changing and becoming more specific, and according to US-based wholesaler Stavis Seafoods's CEO, the industry's traditionally slow pace of change will no longer suffice, something which is pushing the company to be more "nimble" going forward. “The consumer is getting more discerning and rightfully so and we... Read more.
06/2016 By Michael Bodley Globe Correspondent June 16, 2016 They dress much like their fathers and grandfathers before them, fish-stained slickers over well-worn jeans, thick gloves nicked by countless fillet knives. And as the once-empty neighborhood around them closes in with new office towers and luxury apartments, the Seaport District’s fishmongers still make their living off the ocean. Just often... Read more.
06/2016 Stavis Seafoods has had quite a year – numerous staffing changes, the announcement in March of its expansion into a new USD 40 million facility on the Boston waterfront and the tragic ammonia leak in its cold storage warehouse that resulted in the death of an employee. Company CEO Richard Stavis – who represents the third generation of his family to run the 85-year-old business – told... Read more.