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Commercial Fishing & Seafood Industry Contacts - Iceland

 
 

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Reykjavik Seafood
Cod backbones, cod bones, backbones, fish bones, cod fishmaw cod mince, fish mince, cod intestines, cod stomach, cod liver oil. Reykjavik Seafood is a producer of fish byproducts. We have passion for innovation in seafood sector. We use specifically designed equipment to produce valuable end products from fish by-products and side species. With an office in Iceland biggest port area, good connections in Iceland seafood industry, access to fresh fish market and own production facility we are able to supply big quantity of frozen and salted fish from Iceland. We have a office based in in Norway's biggest port in Tromsř.
Contact: Snorri Halldorsson
City: Reykjavik
Tel:   +47 98678438
Skype: snorriha
Email: sales@reykjavikseafood.com  
G. Ingason Seafood
We have exported fish mostly frozen for Iceland producers now for nearly 30 years. Atlantic Cod loins & fillets, Atlantic Mackerel (scomber scombrus) WR and HG and fillets and canned Cod Liver.
Contact: Gudmundur Ingason
City: Hafnarfjordur, Stór Reykjavik
Tel: +354-5653525 
Fax:
+354-5654044
Skype: g.ingason
Email: Email G. Ingason Seafood
Hviludrangar ehf
An Iceland based producer and trading company with years of experience. Live Crab, live lobster, live sea urchins, Frozen Sea cucumber (Cucumaria frondosa), Sea cucumber (Holothuria tubulosa), Sea cucumber (Holothuria polii), Sea cucumber (Stichopus tremulus), Sea cucumber (Parastichopus californicus), Sea cucumber (Holothuria Atra), Sea cucumber (Pathallus mollis), Rock crab (Cancer irroratus), Brown crab (Cancer pagurus), King crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus), Snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio), Blue mussel (Mytilus edulis), Ocean clam (Arctica islandica), Scallops (various spp.), Whelk (Buccinum undatum), Sea Urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis), Coldwater shrimp (Pandalus borealis), Tiger shrimp (Panaeus kerathurus), Scampi (Nephrops norvegicus), Lobster (Palinurus mauritanicus), Lobster (Homarus gammarus), Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis), Squid (Loligo vulgaris), Cod (Gadus morhua), Pollock/Saithe (Pollachius virens), Redfish (Sebastes marinus/mentella), Smaller Redfish (Sebastes viviparus), Mackerel (Scomber scombrus), Herring (Clupea harengus), Blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou), Ribbonfish (Trichiurus Lepturus), Salmon (Salmo salar), Norway Pout (Trisopterus esmarki), Common dab (Limanda limanda), Witch flounder (Glyptocephalus cynoglossus), Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides)
Contact: Kari P. Olafsson
City: Stykkisholmur
Tel: +354 8674786 
Fax:
-
Skype: kari_reykofninn
Email: Email Hviludrangar ehf
IceBits Ehf
Designs and Specifications for local DIY (do-it-yourself) of equipment and plants. We provide concepts and designs for plants & packages, apply the equipment to conditions at the construction sites and issue drawings and specifications for local do-it-yourself fabrication, assembly and installation. Fishmeal plants and Refrigeration
Contact: Ingvar Nielsson
City: Kopavogur
Tel: 562 2524  Fax: 562 1592
Skype: LeanFish
Email: Email IceBits Ehf
IceMar ehf
We process and export fresh- & frozen Icelandic products worldwide. Products such as: Scampi, Prawns, Atlantic cod, Haddock, Saithe, Mackerel, Capelin, Herring, Plaice, Lemon sole, Grey sole, Redfish, Catfish, Ling, Arctic Char etc
Contact: Gunnar Örlygsson
City: RNB
Tel: +3545543390 
Fax:
+3545543394
Skype: gunnar.orlygsson
Email: Email IceMar ehf
Reykofninn-Grundarfirdi ehf
We are the largest producer of sea cucumber in Iceland, producing from over 1200 MT annually. Established in 2003 and have been exporting to Asia since then. Please contact us for further information about our products.
Contact: Kari P. Olafsson
City: Grundarfirdi
Tel: (354) 438 1721  Fax: -
Skype: -
Email:  Email Reykofninn-Grundarfirdi ehf
Silver Fox SeaFood
We produce Icelandic caned cod liver, Icelandic dry sea cucumbers skins and frozen red sea cucumber meat
Contact: Kristjan F. Olgeirsson
City: Reykjanesbae
Tel:  +3545511888 
Fax:
+3545511118
Skype:  icpehf
Email: Email Silver Fox SeaFood
Stava Grading
We have been manufacturing STAVA fish grading machines for the fishing industry since 1960. We also manufacture feeders, conveyors and other accessories to use with our graders. Feeders/Hoppers, fish graders, live fish graders, large fish graders, fish conveyors, fish grading systems
Contact: -
City: Reykjavik
Tel: 894 3095  Fax: 566 6925
Skype: -
Email: Email Stava Grading


Government Contacts & Information Resources for
Commercial Fishing, Seafood, Aquaculture, Marine & Oceans in Iceland

Pelagic Fish in Iceland
The highest catches in Icelandic waters are from the few pelagic species. These fisheries are also characterized by great fluctuations, as the stock size and migration routes of these species are highly variable. The herring is probably the most important species historically. Three stocks occurred around Iceland: the Icelandic spring spawning, Icelandic summer spawning, and Atlanto-Scandian stocks. All of them collapsed in the late 1960´s, but the two last ones have fully recovered and now sustain considerable catches by Icelandic boats.

These fisheries are now exclusively carried out by vessels operating purse seines or pelagic trawls (herring and capelin) or only pelagic trawls (redfish, blue whiting and mackerel). Previously some quantities of herring were also fished with driftnets.

Icelandic Fisheries - Information on Pelagic Fishes

Commercial Fish in Iceland:
Atlantic Cod - Gadus morhua
Haddock (Melangrammus aeglefinus)
Saithe (Pollachius virens)
Blue Whiting (Micromesistius poutassou)
Ling (Molva molva)
Blue Ling (Molva dipterygia)
Tusk Fish (Brosme brosme)
Whiting (Merlangius merlangus)
Atlantic Halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus)
Greenland Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides)
Plaice (Pleuronectes platessa)
Lemon Sole (Microstomus kitt)
Witch Flounder (Glyptocephalus cynoglossus)
Megrim (Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis)
Dab (Limanda limanda)
Long Rough Dab (Hippoglossoides platessoides)
Redfish (Sebastes spp)
Lumpsucker (Cyclopterus lumpus)
Monkfish (Lophius piscatorius)
Silver Smelt (Argentina silus)
Atlantic Catfish, Wolffish (Anarhichas lupus)
Spotted Catfish (Anarhichas minor)
Atlantic Herring (Clupea harengus)
Blue Whiting (Micromesistius poutassou)
Capelin (Mallotus villosus)
Atlantic Mackerel (Scomber scombrus)
Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
Spiny Dogfish (Squalus acanthias)
Grey Skate (Dipturus batis)
Starry Skate (Amblyraja Raja radiata)
Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
Brown Trout (Salmo trutta)
Arctic Charr (Salvelinus alpinus)
Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis)
Iceland Scallop (Chlamys islandica)
Ocean Quahog (Arctica islandica)
Whelk (Buccinum undatum)
Northern Shrimp (Pandalus borealis)
Nephrops Lobster - Scampi (Nephrops norvegicus)

 

Europęche - Association of national organisations of fishing enterprises in the European Union

 

European Association of Fish Producers’ Organisations (EAPO) - European Association of Fish Producers Organisations

 

European Commission - Fisheries - The Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is the European Union's instrument for the management of fisheries and aquaculture. It was created to manage a common resource and to meet the obligation set in the original Treaties of the then European Community. Because fish are a natural and mobile resource they are considered as common property. In addition, the Treaties which created the Community stated that there should be a common policy in this area, that is, common rules adopted at EU level and implemented in all Member States.

 

Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for Iceland - aquatic species caught by country or area, by species items, by FAO major fishing areas, and year, for all commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence purposes. The harvest from mariculture, aquaculture and other kinds of fish farming is also included.

 

Directorate of Fisheries - The Directorate of Fisheries is an Icelandic Government institution under the ultimate responsibility of the Minister of Fisheries. The Directorate is responsible for implementing government policy on fisheries management and handling of seafood products. The Directorate enforces laws and regulations regarding fisheries management, monitoring of fishing activities and imposition of penalties for illegal catches. Information on Fisheries Management, Fishing Quotas and catches, Fish processing, Importation of fishery products...

 

 

Federation of European Aquaculture Producers - The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) is an international organisation that is composed of the National Aquaculture Associations of European countries. The basic aims of the Federation are: * to develop and establish a common policy on questions relating to the production and the commercialisation of aquaculture species are reared professionally. * to make known to the appropriate authorities the common policies envisaged above.

International Association of Fish Inspectors - Fish, seafood and associated products that are safe, of acceptable quality and readily available for sale in the world's marketplaces. The International Association of Fish Inspectors (IAFI) is a new and growing organization serving the world fish inspection community. As stated in our Charter, IAFI exists to promote the exchange of ideas and information, foster interaction, understanding and professional collaboration among individuals, organizations, and governments, disseminate knowledge about fish, seafood, and associated products inspection, and promote advancement of the state-of-the-art in fish inspection research and education.

 

Icelandic Fish Farmers and Sea Ranchers Association - The founders purpose was to represent all Icelandic fish farmers in one unified organization in order to safeguard their mutual interests. TIAA places considerable emphasis on presenting the viewpoints of its members to the Icelandic legislature and the executive branch of government and endeavors to study and follow up issues of concern to the Icelandic aquaculture which will be dealt with by the various government institutions.



Ocean Health Index - Iceland - The Ocean Health Index is a valuable tool for the ongoing assessment of ocean health. By providing a means to advance comprehensive ocean policy and compare future progress, the Index can inform decisions about how to use or protect marine ecosystems. The Index is a collaborative effort, made possible through contributions from more than 65 scientists/ocean experts and partnerships between organizations including the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Sea Around Us, Conservation International, National Geographic, and the New England Aquarium. Information for Iceland

 

International Salmon Farmers Association - Aquaculture, or fish farming is centuries old. Salmon farming began in Norway approximately 40 years ago but it has become an economic driver and social mainstay of coastal and rural communities all over the world – in countries like Canada, the United States, Chile, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Ireland and the Faroe Islands. Salmon farming currently employs thousands of people, generates billions of dollars into local economies and provides leadership and training opportunities for young people so that they can work and raise families in their home communities. Farmed salmon has also become a staple part of a healthy, nutritious and affordable diet for people of all ages.

 

 

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