Power House of Protein

Rani International Trading Co., Ltd. (Thailand) is an international seafood supplier and production with factories, offices and partnerships throughout the world. We have packaging, distribution and sales centers in Thailand, Bangladesh, India, but we owe our tradition to our origins in the Sundarbon (Bangladesh & India), which are home to our fishing fleet, farms and up to date processing plants. Our tradition is essential because it affects every feature of our service to the consumer. We use the most up to date technologies to capitalize on product quality and shelf life, but we are also committed to maintaining an early tradition that places vast emphasis on sustainability. It’s a successful fusion of the old and the new; an attitude that is accountable, responsible and proven to yield seafood of truly outstanding quality. We can supply Live and frozen seafood including: Clam, Snail, Prawns, Tiger Prawns, King Prawns, Hard Crab, Soft Crab, Lobsters, Ell Fish and many more, Fresh or Frozen.


Sea Snail and Clam, is one of the most nutritionally balanced foods and is also known as “Mud Creeper” is a relatively common found in muddy coastal areas. It is used as food in Southeast Asia. This are delicious when steamed and eaten with chilli.


Crabs are prepared and eaten as a dish in several different ways all over the world. Some species are eaten whole, including the shell, such as soft-shell crab; with other species, just the claws or legs are eaten. The latter is particularly common for larger crabs, such as the snow crab.


Shrimp have high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and low levels of mercury. Shrimp is high in calcium, iodine and protein but low in food energy. A shrimp-based meal is also a significant source of cholesterol, from 122 mg to 251 mg per 100 g of shrimp, depending on the method of preparation. Shrimp consumption is considered healthy for the circulatory system.


Eels are popular across the world and are consumed and prepared in many different ways, in different countries. Freshwater eels and marine eels are commonly used in Japanese and Chinese cuisine, are prepared in many different ways but expensive. It is very rich in Vitamins A, B1, B2, B12, D and E, which are necessary for the body’s general wellbeing.


Lobsters have long bodies with muscular tails, and live in crevices or burrows on the sea floor. Lobster recipes include lobster Newberg and lobster Thermidor. Lobster is used in soup, bisque, lobster rolls, and cappon magro. Lobster meat may be dipped in clarified butter, resulting in a heightened flavour.