The New Zealand fishing company Sealord is investing over 20 million dollars (NZ) in a 63 metre factory trawler in a move which will secure 84 fishing jobs and its on-shore support teams.
PPS East Limited, supplier of reusable bulk fish packaging equipment has been shortlisted for two prestigious business awards that include the North East Lincolnshire Economic Investment Award and the HBP Systems Innovations Award.
RETURNABLE packaging specialist, PPS East, has been shortlisted for the Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards 2014.
ICELAND is to set itself a mackerel quota of almost 148,000 for 2014, reports from Reykjavik suggest.
MAREL’S I-Cut 130 PortionCutter for the salmon industry is new generation portioning.
THE National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO) has reinforced its commitment to individual safety and reducing accidents at sea with the appointment of Robert Greenwood as Safety and Training Officer.
COMMENTING on the recently published Scottish fish landing statistics, Scottish Fisheries Secretary Richard Lochhead said:
TASSAL Operations’ Macquarie Harbour Farm has become the first farm in Australia to achieve certification against the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) Standard for responsible aquaculture.
EDAY Fish Farm site has been named as a Regional Finalist in the 2014 M&S Farming for the Future Awards.
LATEST assessments show that the Pacific bluefin tuna population remains at only four per cent of historic levels.
NORWAY'S Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, is due to meet some of the country's trawler owners today – on board a fishing vessel.
ICELANDIC fishing company HB Grandi has received a big financial boost after just over a quarter of its shares were sold for 13.6 billion Icelandic kroners (ISK) – or £72.4-million sterling.
THE Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) has confirmed it will be exhibiting once again at the Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen 2014 fisheries exhibition, where it will be showcasing the very best of Scottish seafood.
OCEA and Bremnes Seashore recently signed an agreement on the further development of the Ocea Thermolicer.
Vote on fishing sector subsidies brings CFP finish line in sight.
AUSTIN Mitchell, who has championed the cause of fishermen and the fishing industry for the past 37 years, is stepping down as MP for Grimsby.
Relevant and cost-effective spatial planning can ensure future aquaculture development is both environmentally and economically sustainable.
Seafood Expo Global and Seafood Processing Global (formerly the European Seafood Exposition and Seafood Processing Europe), will take place 6 – 8 May 2014 at the BRUSSELS EXPO in Brussels, Belgium.
The NAFC Marine Centre in Scalloway plays a vital role in the Shetland economy, fishermen’s leaders signalled today.
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In July 2013, BAADER extended its technology capabilities into the automated harvesting of live fish.
THE United States and Iceland are heading for serious dispute after President Barack Obama announced a series of measures against Iceland over its policy to continue hunting whales.
FISH processors and retailers face significant changes to the consumer labelling and traceability of seafood later this year, a Grimsby conference was told.
Local company is Western Isles success story
Two ready meals produced by the Scottish Shellfish Marketing Group (SSMG) have been shortlisted in The Grocer Own Label Food & Drink Awards 2014.
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