Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fishing industry
Fileyeurs Hauts-de-France and the Bloom Association have sent a message to the European Commission and the German EU Presidency on electric-pulse fishing
The European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) has been published it’s 2019 Annual Report disclosing its activities and inspections for the previous year.
The ICES has signed an new agreement with the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Environment (DG Environment).
NIFF – NIFA & NIFO have made another joint submissions to the DAFM, outlining the serious issues facing the Inshore sector during the COVID-19 crisis.
The government has today opened for applications a new Domestic Seafood Supply Scheme, which will fund projects that will help seafood businesses in England
The New Economics Foundation (NEF) and Our Fish believe they have revealed Ireland is the second worst offender for overfishing behind Spain.
The Scottish White Fish Fishermen’s Producers Organisation (SWFPA) has said that it’s time for the industry to work together in the face of the current COVID-19 crisis.
Wicklow RNLI brought four fishermen to safety on Monday last, 27 April, after their vessel got into difficulties in the Irish Sea.
The Norwegian sandeel season is now in full swing with the fishing fleet having landed 22,800 tonnes during last week’s fisheries.
Brim h.f has reported that the company’s pelagic vessels both docked in Vopnafjörður, bringing around 5000 tonnes of blue whiting between them.
The government Minister with responsibilities for Fisheries in Iceland has moved to ease pressure on the fishing fleet as the COVID-19 crisis takes effect on the industry.
Don Fishing Company has reported that whitefish landings are continuing at Scottish fishing ports despite the impact COVID-19 are having on the continental markets.
Nor-Fishing, the summer’s big fishing fair in Trondheim, Norway has now been canceled after the Government’s ban on large events has been extended until 01 September.