Processor

PT Citraraja Ampat Canning

Indonesia
8
Years of IPNLF Membership

PT Citraraja Ampat Canning (PTCA) is a fish cannery, processing packing, and exporting tuna from Sorong, West Papua in Indonesia. It specialises in canned skipjack and yellowfin Indonesian tuna, which it sources from a small fleet of one-by-one vessels. PTCA has agreements in place with the fleet of pole-and-line vessels to ensure the secure and traceable supply chain for its tuna.

PT Citraraja Ampat (PTCA) led the way as the first vertically integrated tuna company from Indonesia to successfully achieve the full Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standard. The company engaged in a FIP prior to the formal assessment to ensure its social and environmental sustainability.

At A Glance

Supplying to
Singapore
United States
United Kingdom
Switzerland
Malaysia
Indonesia
Timor-Leste
First of its kind!

PT Citraraja Ampat Canning engaged in a number of Fishery Improvement Projects to help demonstrate their fisheries social standards and environmentally sustainability. To this day they continue to work on improvement projects. This thorough preparation led to them becoming the first Indonesian tuna fishery to progress to full MSC Certification.

Triple Whammy!

PTCA is a vertically integrated fish processing, canning AND exporting company! 

Friendly Fishers

The company works exclusively at its site in Sorong with a fleet of around 30 pole-and-line vessels that land their catches directly to the quayside processing facility, where they are the only suppliers of fish landed all of which is caught one by one. 

One-by-one

PT CRA has agreements in place with a fleet of pole-and-line vessels, ensuring a secure and traceable supply chain for its tuna. One of its main products is canned Indonesian tuna, which it sources from one-by-one fisheries.

Our Fisheries

West Papua pole-and-line skipjack tuna

Pacific Ocean
In the West Papua fishery, 95% of all catch comes from a combination of skipjack and yellowfin tuna. The catch of non-target wildlife like dolphins, turtles and sharks is minimal.
Indonesia
Skipjack Tuna
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West Papua pole-and-line yellowfin tuna

Pacific Ocean
In the West Papua fishery, 95% of all catch comes from a combination of skipjack and yellowfin tuna. The catch of non-target wildlife like dolphins, turtles, and sharks is minimal.
Indonesia
Yellowfin Tuna
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Sorong pole-and-line skipjack tuna

Pacific Ocean
The Sorong pole-and-line fishery operates at the western part of Papua, Seram Sea, in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean, and was only developed in 2017.
Indonesia
Skipjack Tuna
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Sorong pole-and-line yellowfin tuna

Pacific Ocean
The Sorong pole-and-line fishery operates at the western part of Papua, Seram Sea, in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean, and was only developed in 2017.
Indonesia
Yellowfin Tuna
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Company Policies and Reports

PTCA works with closely with their fleet to ensure the highest standards and ongoing commitment to environmental and social wellbeing. The whole team are actively engaged in continuing projects with the aim of advancing the fishery to protect the and improve the livelihoods of the community and the sustainability of the fishery. PTCA’s involvement in these projects is critical in the development of the fishery, not only protecting communities but sustaining healthy and abundant stocks for future generations and advocating for greater protection for their low impact highly sustainable methods. PTCA’s involvement demonstrates their commitment to sourcing the best tuna for the community, the ocean, and you. 

Marketing Engagement

PT Citraraja Ampat Canning (PTCA) is a fish cannery, processing packing, and exporting tuna from Sorong, West Papua in Indonesia. It specialises in canned skipjack and yellowfin Indonesian tuna, which it sources from a small fleet of one-by-one vessels. Its’ canned products are exported to Singapore, United States, United Kingdom and Switzerland to name a few.

Their CEO, Pak Ali Wibisono, is personally involved in these projects across their fisheries and supply chains. As a member organisation of the International Pole & Line Foundation, PTCA is supporting the development of equitable and responsible one-by-one tuna fisheries worldwide.