The fishing association Cepesca asks the Government to extend the aid to deal with the consequences of the war in Ukraine, “even more so -says Javier Garat, general secretary of the association-, if we take into account that the rise in the price of fuel has practically already eaten the bonus of 20 cents per liter and the fishing sector is once again approaching a situation that is difficult to sustain”. This affirmation has also been transmitted by Coincopesca.
Source: Industrias Pesqueras | read the full article here
Dipika Roy Prapti, a postgraduate researcher at Universiti Putra Malaysia, is developing technology to elevate the prospects of farmers – and females – in the aquaculture sector, in Bangladesh and beyond.
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I'm a postgraduate research assistant at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), working on my master's thesis about the internet of things (IoT) in aquaculture. Before this, I worked on three projects in Bangladesh that focus on agritech, female empowerment and information communication technology (ICT) in agriculture.
Author: Bonnie Waycott / The Fish Site | read the full article here
Sales at Morrisons supermarkets slumped 9.5 per cent in the 12 weeks to May 15
The private equity owners of Morrisons are sounding out buyers for a portfolio of its warehouses, fisheries and food manufacturing plants that is expected to fetch more than £600 million.
Clayton Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) is marketing the assets in a proposed sale-and-leaseback transaction designed to drive up returns from its £7 billion leveraged buyout of Morrisons.
While suitors have not yet been told the composition of the portfolio, it is expected to include about two dozen assets. Morrisons owns nine distribution centres and 20 food manufacturing sites across the Midlands, the north and in Scotland. Sources said the assets were being marketed by BNP Paribas and Knight Frank.
In April, Morrisons warned a slowdown in spending and a surge in inflation threatened profits.
Author/Source: Sam Chambers/The Sunday Times
The deal, announced in April, prices Wenger at US $540m (£433m). It has now been approved by shareholders and has passed US anti-trust tests.
Wenger produces equipment for processing pet food, plant-based proteins, and aqua feed. It will form a new business segment for the Marel group and a fourth pillar of Marel’s business model in addition to poultry, meat, and fish.
Oceana Canada says the recent decision by Canadian Fisheries Minister Joyce Murray to continue overfishing capelin, a critically depleted forage fish in north eastern Newfoundland (NAFO Area 2J3KL), fails to follow Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)’s own policies and puts at risk wild fisheries and the communities that rely upon them. Oceana Canada has been calling on Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) to close the fishery to protect the stock, which has been critically depleted and overfished for more than 30 years.
The 2022 Icefish exhibition closed its doors on Friday 10th June after three successful days of contract signings, ‘Meet-the-Buyer’ sessions and product launches.
The Icefish awards also made a welcome return, where excellence within the Icelandic and International Fishing Industry is highlighted and commended. A full list of winners is available here: 8th Icelandic Fisheries Awards highlights success within the Commercial Fishing Industry | Conference | World Fishing
The popular Icefish matchmaking meetings returned, with participants all ready to form business partnerships and explore new markets. The Icefish matchmaking meetings provide a platform for attendees to meet with new, innovative companies in a ‘Meet-the-Buyer” format. Attendees commented on their positive experience, adding that the short 20 minute meetings provide both a time and cost effective way to meet with interested companies who are ready to buy. The meetings were organised by Innovation Center Iceland, coordinator of the Enterprise Europe Network Iceland, and co-organised by the Sector Group Maritime Industries & Services of the Enterprise Europe Network.
The 4th Fish Waste for Profit conference took place from the 9-10 June. Delegates were able to meet in an intimate networking environment and make excellent new international connections. Discussions included the flexibility within the fishing industry in Iceland and the endless possibilities that exist for those looking to find a use for discarded by products.
The conference highlighted many speakers who were able to share their expertise on how to achieve 100% utilisation of the catch – from heads and bones, to skin and viscera. Delegates were able to learn, network
The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition will return Sept 2024
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Brim is to test the Maritech Eye™ for its white fish processing and production. Maritech Eye™ scans the fish early in the production process, enabling a processor to achieve a more sustainable production due to reduced waste and improved resource productivity.
Quality scanning enables allocation premium quality for price premium products, while the rest of the fish can be used optimally in other product segments, improving production planning through fact-based decisions.
Its parent company Nutreco is getting rid of its operations in Russia.
Since the outbreak of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, at the end of February, SalmonBusiness has followed the export of fish feed from Norwegian feed factories to Russian fish farmers on the Kola penisula. BioMar quickly ended its Russian exports, while competitors Skretting and Cargill still maintained the highly controversial trade.
In 2021, the company International Seafoods S.A, from Porvenir, was detected storing illegal crab and spider crab meat.
During the year 2021, in an inspection carried out by officials of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) of the Magallanes region of the International Seafoods S.A. processing plant, located in Porvenir, the storage of spider crab and spider crab meat was detected. of illegal origin.
The inspection team found inconsistencies between the product that was physically in the plant, in relation to what the company had declared to Sernapesca through the online Traceability system provided for this purpose.
La Pampilla, crime and punishment Peru
In our always convulsed country, the issue of the oil spill produced by the La Pampilla Refinery of the Repsol Group, on January 15, was forgotten news, until a revelation shook us reminding us that a...