Indian Seafood Industry is a major supplier in the ‘Global Seafood Trade’ in exporting a wide range of products. Seafood export in India is over 50 years old. Indian Seafood has come a long way shipping seafood products to more than 100 countries. Today Indian factories have grown to have world-class facilities with better quality control, meeting stringent international norms. Since 1990s, three issues dominated Indian export scene: decline in overall catches particularly shrimp, fluctuations in international markets depressing prices and profitability with overcapitalization of the production and marketing activities increasing risk. Indian seafood processing units being a part of the global supply chain need to be a responsible global supplier in providing sustainable seafood while competing with other supplying countries in the global trade competition.