Fishing boat owners are facing extortionate prices for electricity Killybegs Fishery Harbour Centre after the Department for Agriculture, Food and the Marine informed them that prices may rise by as much as 378%.
The news from the Department came on 30 November after the Office of Government Procurement (OPG) failed to renew the previous deal with Electric Ireland. The announcement was made by Roi Hawe, the Principal Officer at the Sea Fisheries Administration Division of DAFM on Wednesday 30 November, with the new charges coming into effect on Thursday 01 December 2022.
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The latest analysis from RaboResearch finds that animal protein companies must pivot in 2023 to respond to structural challenges of sustainability, animal health and market volatility as economic growth slows.
Producers and processors of meat, poultry and seafood approach 2023 after a year marked by rising input prices, supply chain disruption and geopolitical issues. Yet at a structural level they also face the need to adapt to sustainability challenges and disease threats to animal health if they are to remain competitive in the market over the longer-term.
With the incorporation, the Initiative today has 14 member production companies committed to increasing sustainability, transparency and cooperation.
The Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) has today officially welcomed Salmones Aysén, a Chilean producer of coho salmon, as a new member of the leading sustainability initiative. With this addition, the GSI now has 14 salmon farming companies and eight supply chain member companies, spanning all the regions in which they operate. Together, member companies commit to adopting the initiative's core principles of increasing sustainability, transparency and cooperation to accelerate improvements in the industry's environmental performance at speed and scale.
Orpagu has seen a dream come true today, "which can only be fulfilled when innumerable efforts converge in the collective." This is how the president of the Organization of Guardeses Longliners thanked. Joaquín Cadilla, the work and support of all the people and institutions that have worked so that they can start up the new R&D refrigeration plant that this Friday will begin to receive merchandise at the Areas de Tui business park.
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The Consello de la Xunta has given the green light to the decree project, which modifies the organic structure of the Consellería do Mar. A modification with which it is intended to reinforce the impulse to increase demand, prices and income of the fishing, shellfishing, aquaculture and transformation professionals through the creation of a specific department focused on enhancing the value of seafood. This bet is materialized with the division of the current General Sub-directorate of Fisheries and Markets into two sub-directors: the Fisheries (in which the Fishing service and the Analysis and Records service are included) and the new one for the Valuation of the Products of the Sea, which includes the Market service.
This change, as highlighted by the Department of the Sea, "responds to the need to address the constant evolution of the economic importance of the maritime-fishing activity in Galicia
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Semi-closed cage maker blames salmon tax proposal for job losses
Fiizk, which makes semi-closed containment systems for fish farming, has sent lay-off notices to more than 30 employees following the Norwegian government’s announcement that it plans a 40% “ground rent” tax on salmon producers.
After the ground rent tax was sent out for consultation in September this year, it has been difficult to enter into larger contracts with farmers in Norway. Source: fishfarmingexpert l Read the full articlehere
Three companies, including JR East railway company, began a demonstration test of farming vannamei shrimp at Namie Station on the Joban Line in Namie Town, Fukushima Prefecture. On this day, 600 juvenile shrimp were transported from Tokyo's Shinagawa Station by limited express Hitachi and released into aquaculture tanks.
According to JR East, aquaculture at a station is the first in Japan. In the future, we will consider transporting the live shrimp to the Tokyo metropolitan area by rail and selling them at stores inside the station. About 3,000 fish are bred in a container-type aquaculture facility (about 10 square meters) set up next to the station building.
According to the developer, ARK in Shibuya Ward, the water is purified by circulating it, and the water temperature and oxygen level can be remotely monitored using a smartphone app.
Source: Kyodo News (translated from the original in japanese)
Mercamadrid, the capital's large wholesale market, celebrates 40 years of activity. A "milestone" that has been celebrated through an institutional act that has had an important representation of the companies of the food unit, whose origin is linked to fishing. Thus, Mercamadrid opened its doors just four decades ago with the inauguration of the Central Fish Market, after undertaking the transfer from the city's Puerta de Toledo market.
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Ships sink in Montevideo Port dock collapse Uruguay
A floating dock of the Tsakos Industrias Navales S.A. company in the port of Montevideo, where five ships were under repair, collapsed and two cranes fell into the water Thursday, leading to the parti...
Vietnam's seafood exports reached 10.2 billion USD Viet Nam
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