The Icelandic Government and the fisheries leaders have signed-up to a new policy which aims to deliver more valuable products with less emissions from the fishing industry
At a board meeting last week the board of Directors decided to invest in the Greenlandic seafood company Arctic Prime Fisheries ApS (APF).
Kristján Þór Júlíusson, the Icelandic Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, has issued a regulation on the total allowable catch in the Icelandic fishing zone for the next fishing year
The 2020 Icelandic mackerel season is set to start in earnest tomorrow, 1 July, with the Icelandic government setting a quota 152,141 tonnes to be caught by the pelagic fleet.
A preliminary report on the results of an international expedition from last May in the Norwegian Sea and adjacent sea areas is now available.
Norwegian fishermen are getting better at reporting lost and standing fishing gear says the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries ahead of the autumn clean-up cruise.