PT. Bali Maya Permai Food Canning Industry began operating in 1978 as a producer of canned seafood, and for more than 35 years today we have become one of Indonesia’s top canned fish producers. Located strategically at the edge of Bali Strait, where the natural habitat of oil sardines is, our products are package at its source – to ensure that quality and freshness are captured which our products are renowned for.
We deliver three quality product categories; canned sardines, canned tuna, and canned mackerel. After more than 3 decades of amazing operations and experiences that we have gained, enabled us to deliver high quality product innovation and service to our customers.
Employing more than 1,500 well trained workers, we are producing more than 80 tons of fish every day. Also equipped with cold storage, we maintain sufficient inventory of fish from sources worldwide. We are dedicated to improve product quality continuously and strongly committed to total customer satisfaction. And in today’s world, we keep moving forward to strive greater success and to be nation’s leader canned fish processor.


Creating a sustainable business: to be quality conscious, innovative, creative, and passionate.


To provide safe, healthy, premium quality, and delicious variety flavor products with new high-technology and knowledge.
Strong commitment to customer satisfaction and preserve good relationship with customers.
We will provide leadership and guidance in the development, implementation, and equitable administration of policies and procedures, thus fostering a positive work environment.
BMP is also engaged in a long term production program to reduce waste and environmental footprint.


PT. Bali Maya Permai FCI does not endorse the practice of shark finning, which is the retention of any fins while discarding the carcass at sea. We will only purchase from vessel-owning companies that have a published policy prohibiting shark finning on board its vessels, and we will not purchase from any vessel that has been found to have finned for 2 years following the date of the most recent finding.