Earlier this year, both the State and Federal Governments imposed bans on commercial fishing, and recently held a secret meeting to propose additional bans that would impact Queenslanders.
The government has introduced bans on commercial fishing practices, including the prohibition of Gillnets from the Great Barrier Reef by mid-2027 and reductions in the allowable catch limits for Spanish Mackerel.
David Bobbermen, CEO of the Queensland Seafood Industries Association, told Peter Gleeson on Drive,“Under the veil of secrecy the Queensland Government has been working away, toiling away, trying to put the knife in the back of Queensland commercial fisherman yet again…”
“From the department’s own website there will be at least 300-400 direct and indirect fulltime equivalent jobs lost…it represents nearly $20 million a year to the regional towns and communities throughout Queensland, so it’ll be quite devastating…” Mr. Bobbermen continued.
• The contract is part of the government’s strategy to preserve the sustainability of its fishing activity in a country where the tuna industry accounts for 18% of the Gross Domestic Product.
Madrid, 13 September 2023.- The Solomon Islands government takes another step to strengthen its commitment against illegal fishing and guarantee good practices in the fishing industry, and to achieve so, they have once again trusted Satlink’s technology.
When the message about a possible breach of the loan conditions arrived on August 24, the Atlantic Sapphire share price fell from approx. NOK 4.5 (US$0.42) to approx. NOK 2.1 (US$0.20).
In recent days it has continued to fall and the closing price on Monday was NOK 1.5 (US$0.14).
The DNB SMB fund has reportedly already sold most of its portfolio. Meanwhile, a week ago, the financial newspaper reported that the investment company AS Clipper, controlled by the Steensland family, had abandoned the company after three years of intermittent activity.
The Peruvian Ministry of Production (Produce) has established a complementary catch limit of 22,000 tons for horse mackerel (Trachurus murphyi), intended for larger scale fishing vessels this year. The start of extractive activities for the aforementioned fleet is scheduled for September 15.
Furthermore, according to the regulations, the complementary catch limit may be adjusted based on biological, fishing and/or environmental factors, as determined by the Peruvian Sea Institute (Imarpe).
Source: IndustriasPesqueras | Read the full articlehere
The profitability of U.K. fishing vessels declined in 2022, with a rise in fish prices that drove higher revenues failing to outweigh the myriad difficulties faced by the industry last year.
According to information from U.K. public body Seafish’s annual fishing fleet survey for 2022 and its dataset showing the annual economic performance of the fleet in 2021, the size of the U.K. fleet decreased year over year in both 2021 and 2022, with just under 4,080 vessels active last year.
Author: Jason Holland / SeafoodSource | read the full articlehere
La "Tuna Vigo 2023" se celebrará entre los días 14 y 15 de este mes y en ella participarán más de 20 países
Nearly three hundred managers of tuna companies from several countries plan to meet this week in Vigo at the XI World Tuna Conference 'Tuna Vigo 2023', the organizers, ANFACO, reported.
At the conference, scheduled this Thursday and Friday, September 14 and 15, representatives of fishing catches, canning and processing of seafood and auxiliary industries from Portugal, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Spain appear as guests. among the main European countries.
Representatives of the sector from the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Ivory Coast, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia and Thailand have also announced their participation.
In total, the participation of representatives of the sector accounts for more than 80% of the world's production of canned tuna, according to the organizers of the conference under the title "Leading in times of uncertainty."
SEATTLE, Wash.— Consumer insights and market intelligence will be core to the fifth-ever Wild Alaska Pollock Annual Meeting on September 28th, the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers (GAPP) announced.
As it does each year, Ketchum PR will present in-depth consumer insights gathered from surveys designed to measure consumer perception of Wild Alaska Pollock and highlight opportunities for the fish in the future. Excitingly, Ketchum’s head of data and analytics, Mary Elizabeth Germaine, will be joined on stage this year by two social media ‘influencers’ who participated in campaigns throughout the past year to raise awareness of Wild Alaska Pollock, sharing original recipes and anecdotes about cooking with the fish.
The meeting will once again bring together representatives across all segments of the Wild Alaska Pollock industry for a day-long agenda at the Four Seasons, Seattle, of networking, enlightened presentations and panels and delicious Wild Alaska Pollock entrees.
The event will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Seattle and will run from 8:30am – 5:00pm with an evening reception to immediately follow. Registration is available here for those wishing to register to attend the Wild Alaska Pollock Annual Meeting either in-person or virtually.[...]
Yesterday, the plenary session of the European Parliament gave the final green light to the management plan for bluefin tuna in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, which implies an increase in the limit of fishing capacities and by-catch with respect to the 2018 thresholds.
According to the new rules, EU countries with bluefin tuna quotas, including Spain, must establish an annual fishing plan, which defines the number of vessels and traps, with an increase in the capacity of purse seine vessels up to 20% compared to the 2018 limits. Bycatch must not exceed 20% of the total catches on board at the end of each trip.
The annual fishing plan should also pay particular attention to artisanal and small-scale vessels authorized to catch this species and Member States should make greater efforts to ensure a fair and transparent distribution of fishing opportunities between artisanal and commercial fleets. larger size.[...]
Source: europapress (translated from original in spanish)
The Nueva Pescanova works council asks to suspend the ERE to negotiate "alternative solutions"
According to employees, the company has "important" challenges in the coming years, so a situation of this magnitude "can endanger the brand and the company itself", subtracting "present and future viability and profitability."
It was last Wednesday, September 6 (see article below), when Nueva Pescanova informed the company committees and union delegates of its intention to start this ERE, which it justifies "for economic and organizational reasons" and that it will be limited to the support areas of Chapela and Madrid. .
In a statement, the company noted that the objective is to "adapt to a challenging global environment and ensure the long-term sustainability of the company," and specified that the regulation "affects less than a hundred workers, of the more than 10,000 that make up the multinational", although he did not specify the exact figure.