Fishing Industry News
The report into a fatal accident at Milford Docks, Wales has been released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of Maritime Accidents in Belgium.
Seafish is set to fund a new initiative that will see the development of additional remote learning opportunities for workers across the seafood industry in the UK.
News has just come from a French communications agency that the UK has just sent a text to EU negotiators summarizing its position, deemed “reasonable”.
St Mary’s & Penlee Lifeboats was called to rescue a crabber in distress on Sunday evening after it fouled its propeller whilst working 15 nautical miles north of the Isles of Scilly.
Foreign fishing vessels docking in Castletownbere are not using the dedicated landing areas set-up to deal with concerns over the COVID19 outbreak, claims a local source.
MPs and high-level officials from across the fisheries sector met via webinar to discuss the support measures put in place to help UK seafood during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new report from the Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) has concluded that pot fishing carries the greatest risk of falling overboard.
The Karstensen Group of companies have finalised the accounts for 2019 and deliver a positive result of DKK 31.5 million (€4.2m) after taxes.
Norwegian Herring and Mackerel export growth has been reported during the month of April increasing revenue to the industry against the odds of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Norwegian Pelagic Association has accused their government of a lack of knowledge when it comes to the fishing industry there.
Conclusions presented in the Plos One paper “Small is beautiful, but large is certified” are wholly untrue, says the Marine Stewardship Council.
The Minister for the Marine, Michael Creed, T.D, today announced a temporary voluntary fleet tie-up scheme for fishing vessels in the Polyvalent, Beam Trawl and Specific segments of the fishing fleet.