Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fisheries
The seafood industry in Wales have come up with an innovative idea which they hope will make Welsh lobsters stand out in the crowd with the launch of a ‘branded claw band’ scheme.
The Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) is set to pilot an online an Online Skipper Training programme from its National Fisheries College of Ireland in Castletownbere, Co. Cork.
The Norwegian Institute of Research has recommended a provisionally increase of the sandeel quota from 70,000 tonnes to 110,000 tonnes for 2020.
As the UK seafood industry faces significant challenges in the wake of the situation created by COVID-19, encouraging people to eat more locally caught fish and shellfish…
MSC say grants totalling more than £650,000 have been awarded to fisheries and research projects working to protect oceans and safeguard seafood supplies
Brim hf has reported this week that their fishing fleet is not hitting the blue whiting shoals like they were expecting based on previous years experiences.
An Irish Fishing Community has been put on high alert since the crew of a visiting foreign fishing vessel have reported positive for COVID-19.
Frustrations are growing in Brussels, as EU sources believe that the EU-UK negotiations are being misrepresented by certain bodies who are trying to usurp the Withdrawal Talks.
Danish fishermen have taken a new initiative on board in order to enhance the their abilities to fish in a more eco-friendly way in conjunction with the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
The Scottish fishing industry is facing new problems as foreign fishing vessels are encroaching on traditional grounds with static gear as their fleet is tied-up.
Hope is on the horizon for the Scottish fishing industry as news that Spain and Italy is slowly coming out of lockdown and the market for fish appears to be opening.
Seafish has released a new online tool to help seafood businesses identify what government financial support schemes they may be eligible for.
The crew onboard the Norwegian fishing vessel ‘Volstad’ got a surprise when they found a dishwasher in the trawl net during one of their hauls.