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AUSTRALIAN SEAFOOD INDUSTRY NEWS

New state-of-the-art fish health labs to support aquaculture growth
30 July, 2017
Department of Fisheries
The quarantine-approved facility will support WA's fast-growing aquaculture industry by increasing capacity for research, investigation and response to ...

Queensland Government loans for prawn farmers - but not trawlers or live bait suppliers
28 July, 2017
Courier Mail
STATE Government low-interest loans for those hit hard by the white spot disease outbreak will only be available to prawn farmers, not trawler ...

Small producers badly hurt in Tasmania's salmon farming spat
26 July, 2017
The Mercury
Huon Aquaculture recently spent $200 million inventing and building stronger pens and moorings to be able to have pens a kilometer off Bruny ...

Top achievers celebrated at Seafood Excellence Awards
23 July, 2017
Open House Foodservice Magazine (press release)
NSW's top seafood retailers, suppliers and restaurants were celebrated in the ... Seafood Industry Australia chair Veronica Papacosta took out the ...

Huon Aquaculture pays Ridley AUS $16.6m in 'commercial dispute' settlement
22 July, 2017
FeedNavigator.com
Huon Aquaculture and Ridley Corporation have settled a multi-million dollar legal case over outstanding feed payments through mediation.

Australia Seeks to Extend Commercial Fishing in Protected Waters
22 July, 2017
New York Times
Australia plans to allow fishing across 80 percent of its protected maritime sanctuaries, the government said on Friday in a proposal that would vastly ...

SA's famed oyster industry preparing for full impact of the Pacific oyster Mortality Syndrome which ...
21 July, 2017
The Advertiser
Oyster lover Ava Abiad making the most of her favourite Samtass Bros seafood treat before a predicted shortage. Picture: Naomi Jellicoe.

Major oyster theft at Narooma sees up to 1800 dozen go missing
20 July, 2017
Narooma News
A Narooma oyster grower has reported to police that up to 300 baskets of oysters each containing up to 75 Sydney rock oysters have gone missing ...

Commercial scallop fishing remains off limits
14 July, 2017
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
The Fisheries Queensland spokesman said urgent action was needed to stop further decline of scallops and to protect the commercial fishing industry.

Queensland's first oyster recycling station opens at Ningi to help save reefs in Pumicestone Passage
13 July, 2017
Courier Mail
SHELLFISH reefs in Pumicestone Passage are one sizeable step closer to being restored after the opening of Queensland's first oyster recycling ...

Prawn trawler group fears disease as ban lifted
13 July, 2017
The West Australian
Mareterram fears its Shark Bay prawn trawling operation could be in peril now the ban on raw prawns from Queensland has been lifted.

Final inspection next week for old prawn farm
9 July, 2017
Gladstone Observer
CONTAMINATED: The state government has their work cut out for them rehabilitating this abandoned prawn farm at South Trees where the ponds are ...

 


NEW ZEALAND SEAFOOD INDUSTRY NEWS

Southlanders advocate for tougher biosecurity standards at aquaculture consultation
27 July, 2017
The Southland Times
Ministry for Primary Industries Aquaculture analyst Finn Sumner speaks to the audience at an Invercargill public meeting on a proposed national ....

Fishermen demand answers over new government regulations
27 July, 2017
The Southland Times
"This is the biggest change to the commercial fishing industry since the introduction of the Quota Management System", Guy said at the announcement ...

MPI to host public meeting on proposed changes to aquaculture standards
26 July, 2017
The Southland Times
The Ministry for Primary Industries is seeking public input on proposed national environmental standards that it hopes will improve the aquaculture ...

NZ King Salmon seek judicial review to quash rival mussel farm application
24 July, 2017
Stuff.co.nz
They then sought a judicial review challenging the legitimacy of the Marlborough Aquaculture application in a bid to get it deemed incomplete.

Ralph's Tasmania Seafood Pty and PauaCo to merge
14 July, 2017
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Representatives from PauaCo Ltd and Ralph's Tasmania Seafood Pty. ... to better utilize the wild abalone resource in both New Zealand and Australia.

New digital fishing rules could cost thousands
13 July, 2017
Newshub
All commercial fishing operators will have to invest thousands to install cameras and tracking devices on their boats, under new rules announced by ...

Bluff oysters look to be clear from parasite
10 July, 2017
New Zealand Herald
Bluff oyster lovers can breathe easier - the disease that hit oyster farms on Stewart Island looks to have been contained. The Ministry for Primary ...

Marine biotech in spotlight when Tauranga hosts international summit
9 July, 2017
New Zealand Herald
... of Marine Research (IMR) in Norway; Professor of Aquaculture Rocky de Nys (James Cook University); and Professor Song Qin (Chinese Academy ...

 

 


INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL FISHERY & SEAFOOD INDUSTRY NEWS

GRE wants ban on LED lights, bull trawling
30 July, 2017
Oherald
Simoes said that the use of LED lights, bull trawling and high speed engine by trawlers clearly violated the law of Goa Marine Fishing Regulation Act.

Study on genetic structure of Omani lobster earns praise
30 July, 2017
Muscat Daily
WAS conferences are recognised as the premier aquaculture conference and exhibition bringing together a wide variety of aquaculturists from the ...

Taiwanese delegation visit Tilapia Hatchery Center
29 July, 2017
Breaking Belize News (blog)
The Agriculture Department of Belize and the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Belize completed a five-year collaborative aquaculture ...

Climate change drawing squid, anchovies and tuna into UK waters
29 July, 2017
The Guardian
Squid and anchovies, more commonly eaten by Britons holidaying abroad, are being drawn into UK waters in large numbers by climate change,

Some of Hong Kong's famous dried seafood vendors face uncertain future under HK$1.3 billion ...
29 July, 2017
South China Morning Post
The HK$1.3 billion redevelopment plan, however, will also displace a number of dried seafood vendors who have been doing business in the ...

New Bedford launches seafood branding campaign
29 July, 2017
SouthCoastToday.com
NEW BEDFORD — For generations New Bedford fishermen withstood the elements to do their jobs. Through rain storms they fished. In choppy waters ...

PM Narendra Modi launches deep-sea fishing scheme for Rameswaram fishermen
28 July, 2017
Economic Times
Handing over the sanction letters to select beneficiaries of the Long Line Trawlers under the scheme at a public meeting here, Modi said it would help ...

USDA Invests $15.7 Million for Research to Improve Livestock and Aquaculture
28 July, 2017
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (press release) (blog)
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced ...

BAP certification nears 1700
28 July, 2017
World Fishing & Aquaculture
170 facilities were certified by Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) in the first half of 2017, bringing the total number of certifications in the programme to ...

Shrimp demand may lift seafood exports to $6 billion
28 July, 2017
Economic Times
KOCHI: Seafood exports from the country could exceed $6 billion in the current fiscal driven by demand for Indian shrimps in the global market.

Seafood Import Monitoring Program for Shrimp Moves Ahead Today Thanks to Senators Thad ...
28 July, 2017
GlobeNewswire (press release)
Seafood Import Monitoring Program for Shrimp Moves Ahead Today Thanks to Senators Thad Cochran (R-MS) and Richard Shelby (R-AL) ...

China to provide fish for Filipino fishermen in Palawan
27 July, 2017
Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines — Beijing on Tuesday vowed to provide assistance to Filipino fishermen in near future after imposing its annual fishing ban in the

Fishing feels pinch of migrant squeeze
27 July, 2017
Bangkok Post
The critical labour shortage has forced 16,000 commercial fishing trawlers to remain docked over the past two years, resulting in dwindling income for

NOAA Funds Aquaculture Debris Cleanup
27 July, 2017
Coastal Review Online
... aspersions on the aquaculture industry, which some people increasingly see as a big part of the future of the commercial fishing industry in the state.

US congressman wants imported seafood tracked like domestic products
27 July, 2017
SeafoodSource (blog)
The legislation calls for all seafood sold in America to be traceable from the time it was caught to the time it was served. Under current regulations ...

Les Mousquetaires Develops Aquaculture Cooperative
26 July, 2017
ESM - The European Supermarket Magazine
French retailer Les Mousquetaires has partnered with Pęcheurs d'Opale and Groupe Le Garrec to develop a new aquaculture cooperative, Scopale.

Extended red snapper fishing season prompts legal battle
26 July, 2017
CBS News
A popular American seafood is at the center of a fight among commercial fishermen and the federal government. Last month, the Trump administration

Islands North of Antarctica Key to Fish Species Diversity
26 July, 2017
The Scientist
An Antarctic icefish. Remote islands in an archipelago known as the Scotia Arc allowed Antarctic fish to persist and adapt at ..

Fishermen Taking Fight Over Monitors To Supreme Court
26 July, 2017
WBUR
A New England fishermen's group is taking its fight over monitors who ... Atmospheric Administration, the agency that regulates commercial fishing.

Fish prices soar, thanks to bad weather, fishing ban
26 July, 2017
NYOOOZ
... fishing ban ends and weather gods permit. However, the large and medium cultured prawns were a bit affordable and were retailing from Rs 480.

Cod stock recovery presents 'golden opportunity' for Kilkeel
26 July, 2017
the Irish News
He said: “In 1999, there was a fleet of more than 40 trawlers from Northern Ireland that targeted cod and other whitefish in the Irish Sea. "With reduced ...

New Study Puts Hard Numbers on Impacts of Bottom Trawling
26 July, 2017
WCAI
There's long been concern that this method – known as trawling – destroys or severely damages the ecosystems where it's used. Now, a new ...

Fish farmer: Former banker launches pompano aquaculture venture
25 July, 2017
MyPalmBeachPost
Cobia, such as in this Vero Beach aquaculture venture, has gotten more fish farming impetus than pompano

CPF looks to reduce fishmeal levels in shrimp feed
25 July, 2017
FeedNavigator.com
Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) has pledged to reduce the fishmeal ratio in its aquaculture feed production to 5% in the next three ...

Found: New Species of Ocean Sunfish, the World's Largest Bony Fish
25 July, 2017
Smithsonian
After a four-year quest, a team of researchers in Australia has finally confirmed the existence of a new species of the giant fish. As Murdoch University ...

Fish farming initiative through aquaculture fails to live up to expectations
24 July, 2017
Namibian Broadcasting Corporation
The government's fish farming initiative, through aquaculture, has failed to live up to expectations. This has been attributed to a lack of adequate ...

Nordic fish giant hooks a deal with smoked salmon purchase
24 July, 2017
Telegraph.co.uk
John Ross Jr and Coln Valley Smokery, which together make up the JRJ Group, have been sold to AS PRFoods, the largest manufacturer of fish in ...

Proposed tautog regulations will protect fisheries
24 July, 2017
SouthCoastToday.com
Commercial fishermen will be required to affix a single-use metal tag, issued by the state of origin, to the gill cover of tautog at the time of capture.

Mystery fleet driving Japanese boats from Sea of Japan fishing grounds
24 July, 2017
The Japan Times
“Japan's fishing grounds have been taken over,” said Ken Honma, the 61-year-old captain of the squid boat Wakashio Maru No. 85, based in Sakata

Fish exports up by 21pc
23 July, 2017
DAWN.com
Because of effective implementation of close season in 2016, unprecedented increase in shrimp production especially of kalri was observed during

Denmark boasts 29 aquaculture companies exhibiting at Aqua Nor
22 July, 2017
SeafoodSource (blog)
According to Martin Winkel, the organizer of Denmark's pavilion at the show, 29 Danish suppliers to the aquaculture industry will be exhibiting.

BlueOceanNutraSciences Inc. Receives First Private Label Order for Pure Polar(R) Shrimp Oil
21 July, 2017
MarketWatch
BlueOcean CEO, Dr. Marvin Heuer commented, "One of our strategic initiatives is to broaden the target markets for our shrimp oil products.

Japanese Squid Fishermen Driven Off by N. Korean Boats
21 July, 2017
jiji press
Japanese Squid Fishermen Driven Off by N. Korean Boats. Sakata, Yamagata Pref., July 20 (Jiji Press)--Ken Honma is angry over suspicious boats ...

Shrinking shrimp catch sparks worry for one of Eastern Canada's most important fisheries
21 July, 2017
CBC.ca
In his 20 years as a shrimp fisherman, Sylvain Bujold says 2017 has been the most difficult season yet. The fishing boat captain in Matane, Que. is ...

Nutriad sponsors major aquaculture events in Asia
21 July, 2017
Far Eastern Agriculture
Asian Pacific Aquaculture (APA) 2017 is a major aquaculture exhibition in South East Asia organised by the World Aquaculture Society. The event will ...

Barđi sold to Russia
21 July, 2017
World Fishing & Aquaculture
Síldarvinnslan's trawler Barđi has been sold to new owners in Russia and has sailed to its new home port in Murmansk.

Murmansk court fines Norwegian captain €1 million for illegal shrimp fishing
21 July, 2017
The Independent Barents Observer
The court says the trawler “Remřy” was catching shrimps in Russian waters without ... The trawler “Remřy” when in arrest in Murmansk in May.

Russian fish producers use domestic selection refusing from import
20 July, 2017
TASS
Two biggest fish producers in the Murmansk region - Russkoye More - Akvakultura and Russkiy Losos (Russian Sea-Aquaculture and Russian ...

Environmental impact of non-certified versus certified (ASC)
20 July, 2017
Stockholm Resilience Centre
Environmental impact of non-certified versus certified (ASC) intensive Pangasius aquaculture in Vietnam, a comparison based on a statistically ...

SeaChoice changes mandate
20 July, 2017
Aquaculture North America
Its new goals include improving seafood-labelling regulations, eco-certification standards, fisheries and aquaculture management, and making ...

Blue tick for North Sea cod
20 July, 2017
World Fishing & Aquaculture
The Marine Stewardship Council has given North Sea cod certification as a sustainable fishery.

No Criminal Charges Filed in Six-Month Fishing Crackdown
20 July, 2017
The Cambodia Daily
A six-month crackdown on illegal fishing in the Tonle Sap lake region ... Commercial fishing is banned on the Tonle Sap between June and October of ...

US seafood sales and jobs show decline
20 July, 2017
Fish Update
THE US seafood industry's contribution to the national economy is starting to decline, according to a new report from the NOAA, the industry watchdog ...

Seafood export ban still on the radar
20 July, 2017
Bangkok Post
Thailand faces the risk of having its seafood exports banned in Europe as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha admitted Tuesday that efforts to tackle ...

Seafood bosses voice Brexit fears
20 July, 2017
Fish Update
NORWEGIAN seafood companies are seriously worried that the country could be left out of any Brexit deal between Britain the European Union.

US: SouthFresh Aquaculture earns first BAP certification for catfish feed production
19 July, 2017
FeedNavigator.com
SouthFresh Aquaculture's feed mill has become the first feed mill in the southeastern US, and the second in the country to earn a BAP certification, ...

A visa shortage is battering Texas's shrimp industry
19 July, 2017
The New Food Economy
Not long ago, 2017 was looking good for the shrimp fishermen of Texas. Fuel prices are low, and—thanks to heavy spring rains and unseasonably ...

Second giant squid landed by crew off County Kerry coast
19 July, 2017
BBC News
An Irish fishing crew from County Kerry has been left in "disbelief" after they landed their second extremely rare giant squid in a matter of months.

EU tipped to keep Thai 'yellow card' IUU warning
19 July, 2017
Bangkok Post
This included making all trawlers subject to thorough checks, establishing a single Command Centre for Combating Illegal Fishing, setting up a Vessel ...

Vietnam's shrimp exports earn $1.56 billion in H1
19 July, 2017
VietNamNet Bridge
A frozen seafood production line at a Saigon Food JSC factory in HCM City's ... Viet Nam's shrimp export is also expected to rise after Australia in June ...

India has increased seafood exports and there is no shortfall in shrimp exports: A Indra Kumar ...
19 July, 2017
Economic Times
In an interview with ET Now, A Indra Kumar, CMD, Avanti Feeds , talks about the decline in shrimp exports and the impact of GST on seafood.

Aquaculture safety project to be launched in Ukraine
18 July, 2017
Ukrinform. Ukraine and world news
The aquaculture safety project is funded by the Government of Norway and is implemented in partnership with the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry of ...

Super seaweed could have major impact on Scotland's burgeoning aquaculture industry
18 July, 2017
The National
SUPER seaweed resistant to disease could provide a major boost for Scotland's burgeoning aquaculture industry, it is claimed. The sector, which ...

MMEA seizes 2 Vietnamese trawlers, detain 25 crew in waters off K T'ganu
18 July, 2017
New Straits Times Online
The state Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has seized two Vietnamese trawlers and detained 25 crew members, including two ...

Ministry ruling to protect coral reef fish species
18 July, 2017
Fiji Times
THE Ministry of Fisheries has already compiled a regulation for the ... food and commercial fish species with the fish need to breed, protection against ...

Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' expected to be largest ever, affecting seafood industry, but officials say ...
17 July, 2017
The Advocate
The shrimp are smaller, the young fish are dying off and the oysters have been beaten back. Crabbers say they're pulling up traps filled with dead ...

Fine Food Australia 2017
17 July, 2017
Foodprocessing
Fine Food Australia is the premier trade exhibition for the food industry. ... hospitality equipment; bakery; drinks; coffee; tea; dairy; meat and seafood; ...

New bill introduced on labeling GE salmon
17 July, 2017
Cordova Times
The legislation was introducing during the height of Alaska's commercial and sport salmon fishing season. Preliminary harvest figures compiled by the ...

Swordfish stocks are healthy
17 July, 2017
North Carolina Sportsman
A commercial fishery for broadbill swordfish has operated on the east coast for years, most notably by long-line boats operating several hundred miles ...

Cook Islands creates huge Pacific Ocean reserve
17 July, 2017
Prothom Alo (English)
“We not only recognise that the ocean brings us revenue in terms of fishery and tourism and potentially sea bed minerals-it also provides us with clean ...

Iran, Vietnam keen to boost agricultural cooperation
17 July, 2017
Xinhua
"Sturgeon, trout, salmon and other types of fish produced in Iran are popular among Vietnamese and we are ready to import seafood from Iran," said ...

BFAR revives aquaculture in Bicol
16 July, 2017
The Manila Times
BUHI, CAMARINES SUR: The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Bicol is trying to revive the aquaculture industry by propagating ...

14 arrested in Cape with abalone and shark fins worth R5.5m
16 July, 2017
Independent Online
Cape Town - Fourteen people have been arrested in Cape Town for being in possession of illegal abalone and shark fins worth millions of rand, ...

'Pier to Plate' aims to boost demand for dogfish, skate
16 July, 2017
Wicked Local Wellfleet
A new initiative by the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance hopes to create a more robust local demand for dogfish and skate, both abundant ...

Court documents suggest Carlos Rafael may sell all permits
16 July, 2017
SouthCoastToday.com
... component” in the case, specifically, “the possibility of a global settlement, which may involve Mr. Rafael exiting the commercial fishing business.”.

Seafood giant TU chops sales target
16 July, 2017
Bangkok Post
Sales contribution from TU's frozen and chilled seafood business rose to 12.9 billion baht, up 5.6% on the same period last year, despite lower ...

Online purchase of seafood catches on
16 July, 2017
The Hindu
More and more consumers in the city seem to want to avoid haggling over fish prices with fish vendors and instead are ordering seafood online.

Delegation of sea food traders visits TDAP
16 July, 2017
Daily Times
KARACHI: A three member trade delegation comprising of importers of Sea Food from Hong Kong visited TDAP on 13th July 2017.The objective of the ...

Clearwater Seafoods founders start succession planning
16 July, 2017
TheChronicleHerald.ca
Clearwater Seafoods founders John Risley and Colin MacDonald's CFFI Seafood Holdings has divvied up roughly a fifth of the seafood juggernaut's ...

Falklands' post-Brexit concerns on tariffs and politics, outlined to House of Lords
15 July, 2017
MercoPress
On Fisheries, MLA Edwards said the two main markets for catches were Far East (Illex Squid, and some Finfish), and Europe (Loligo Squid, and ...

Head of Maine Aquaculture Association named to federal marine panel
15 July, 2017
Press Herald
The head of the Maine Aquaculture Association has been named to a ... Sebastian Belle, executive director of the aquaculture trade association, has ...

Commercial fishing season slow so far, big chum harvest for drift fleet
15 July, 2017
Kenai Peninsula Online
The earliest commercial fishing in Upper Cook Inlet begins in May, with the northern district set gillnet fishermen. Drift gillnet fishermen in the Central ...

Registration opens for seafood summit
15 July, 2017
Fish Update
REGISTRATION has formally opened for the seventh annual Humber Seafood Summit, taking place on October 10 and 11 in Grimsby and ...

Pacific Seafood expands with crab in Warrenton
15 July, 2017
Daily Astorian
With the Planning Commission's approval in hand, Pacific Seafood representatives say crab processing could begin at the end of the year, in time for ...

USDA issues fact sheet on tilapia virus
14 July, 2017
Aquaculture North America
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today released a fact sheet on a deadly virus affecting the tilapia industry in seven countries.

Navy arrests 7 Indian fishermen and 2 trawlers engaged in poaching in Sri Lankan waters
14 July, 2017
Asian Tribune
Two Fast Attack Craft belonging to the Northern Naval Command arrested 7 Indian fishing poachers along with two fishing trawlers engaged in bottom ...

New safety regulations for Canadian fishing vessel come into effect
14 July, 2017
The Southern Gazette
They set out new requirements for safety equipment, written safety procedures and vessel stability for small commercial fishing vessels operating in ...

Lobster season slow, prices holding steady for seafood fans
14 July, 2017
The Seattle Times
FILE – In this Monday, Aug. 17, 2015, file photo, an undersized lobster is flipped back into the ocean, off Kennebunkport, Maine. New England's 2017 ...

Qingdao to open CNY 260 million seafood trade center
14 July, 2017
SeafoodSource (blog)
A massive seafood trading center with 300,0000-square-meter cold storage space will open in November in Qingdao, China's premier seafood trading ...

Inslee vetoes anti-shrimp legislation
13 July, 2017
Chinook Observer
Burrowing shrimp are one of the most plentiful species in Willapa Bay. They churn up the surface of the bay's mudflats, making them too soft to support ...

Michigan Sea Grant's HACCP safety programming efforts have helped hundreds of businesses
13 July, 2017
Michigan State University Extension
Michigan Sea Grant Extension has served as the North Central Regional Aquaculture Center representative on the planning committee for the ...

Owners of John West and Other Seafood Brands Ask for Greenpeace
13 July, 2017
News18
Transshipping is a method many fishing giants use to keep trawlers at sea as long as possible, often for years at a time. Catches are transferred to ...

Skretting to scale up its shrimp feed production in Ecuador
12 July, 2017
FeedNavigator.com
Skretting, part of Nutreco, has reported that plans are underway to construct a new shrimp feed production plant in Ecuador.

Fisheries minister: 65-day fishing ban in EEZ to renew marine fish stocks
12 July, 2017
Dhaka Tribune
“As many as 67,000 wooden fishing trawlers ply the waterways across the country. However, only 2,000 of them have registration. Measures are ...

Thai seafood giant commits to major fishing reforms
12 July, 2017
Phys.Org
While economically efficient, environmental groups have long warned that transshipping allows trawlers to hide illegal catches and often leads to ...

Newest artificial reef helps marine life thrive in Gulf of Mexico
12 July, 2017
KPRC Houston
“The more habitat, the more population, the more commercial fishing can keep going 'cause there's more population. That's the main thing is the ...

We don't have commercial fishing in Saipan
12 July, 2017
Marianas Variety
The monument prohibits commercial fishing in the Islands Unit, the area of federal waters around the islands of Asuncion, Maug, and Uracus. There is ...

China opens new seafood supply line through port in Pakistan
12 July, 2017
SeafoodSource
A Chinese seafood distributor is tapping into demand for seafood in western China and central Asia by leveraging a Chinese-funded port in Pakistan.

Shrimp season closes in most of Louisiana's inshore waters
11 July, 2017
NOLA.com
Department biologists say the closure is necessary because their test nets have begun to collect considerable numbers of juvenile while shrimp.

Krill vessel first for Rapp
11 July, 2017
World Fishing & Aquaculture
Norwegian deck machinery specialist Rapp Marine has been contracted to supply a suite of electric deck equipment for its first krill vessel.

EC issues CFP update
11 July, 2017
World Fishing & Aquaculture
The European Commission (EC) has launched its annual consultation on setting fishing opportunities for 2018, with a new overview on the progress ...

Southeast gillnetters set a one-week record
11 July, 2017
Juneau Empire
Commercial fishermen caught a historic amount of fish this week in a district ... ADF&G is reporting that fishermen in the district caught 170,000 chum ...

Govt to facilitate development of inland fisheries in Bengal
10 July, 2017
Millennium Post
Less than 10 percent of the country's natural potential is used for fresh water aquaculture, while for brackish water aquaculture the area under ...

The EU and UK need each other to manage fish
10 July, 2017
Financial Times
As the Lords' report notes, most commercial fish stocks are shared between UK waters and those of other EU or European coastal states.

US report flags China's fishing ban in disputed sea
10 July, 2017
BusinessWorld Online Edition
CHINA'S ANNUAL moratorium on commercial fishing in waters it claims, including the disputed South China Sea where the Philippines has sovereign ...

Shrimp exports expected to increase in last six months
9 July, 2017
Nhan Dan Online
Exports of tuna, squid, octopus and other seafood increased sharply in the second quarter, contributing significantly to the total value of seafood ...

Commercial Gulf Shrimp Season Opens Saturday, July 15
9 July, 2017
Bay City Daily Tribune
AUSTIN- The Gulf of Mexico commercial shrimp season for both state and federal waters will reopen 30 minutes after sunset on Saturday, July 15

Hilsa catch dips drastically along Bengal coast
9 July, 2017
Times of India
DIGHA: It's been three weeks since trawlers ventured out into the Bay of Bengal from Digha, but fishermen are dismayed with the hilsa catch. "Only 5% ...

Whisky waste to grow healthier salmon food
9 July, 2017
The Scotsman
The concept addresses a major challenge for the aquaculture industry – the sustainability of feed at a time of dwindling sea stocks and a rise in ...

Robots making inroads at fish-processing plants
Alaska Dispatch News
As the U.S. seafood industry becomes more reliant on products from aquaculture, equipment makers are designing machines for processing those ...

 

 

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