El Segundo, California: Performance Team – A Maersk Company has announced a new cold storage facility planned for Ridgeville, South Carolina to serve temperature-controlled goods, opening in Q1 2023.
The new facility will offer a strong value proposition to customers through supply chain simplification benefits, cold storage solutions, refrigerated inland trucking, blast/quick freezing, USDA meat inspections, boxing/repacking, and other value-added services.
The strong population growth near Charleston (the U.S. Southeast where Charleston is located is the fastest growing region, 25% faster than the 2nd fastest region, the West) provides much needed capacity for shippers. The new site will reach 80 million consumers within one day and 225 million consumers within two days.
The new site will comply with the company’s cold storage building sustainability standards. It will be certified LEED Gold and have rooftop solar, a CO2 cascade refrigeration system, LEDs and smart lighting, low-flow water devices, rainwater recapture, electric car charging, and use a virtual power purchase agreement for clean power to offset any grid power consumption.
Contributing to the decarbonization and greater sustainability of salmon farming centers in Chile, through the use of Green Hydrogen (H2V) as an energy source for the processes, is what American Digital Twins aspires to.
"As a national technology company dedicated exclusively to giving salmon farming greater efficiency and productive sustainability, we have a portfolio of research and development programs that contain disruptive projects, including the Green IAS," says Cristián Rivera, CEO of the company.
The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) has updated its report on large-scale tuna purse-seine fishing fleets for July 2022. The total number of purse-seine vessels, calculated from data from the five Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RFMOs) of tuna, has decreased slightly, from 1,855 in the 2021 report to 1,808 today.
Weeks after the second ultimatum from the European Commission, which threatens to take Spain and other MS to court for not stopping the accidental capture of cetaceans, the Government responds: Spain is complying, the data reveals that the level of interaction of the fleet Spanish fishing industry in the Cantabrian-Northwest is “low” and the use of “pingers” – acoustic devices – is effective.
Source: IndustriasPesqueras | read the full articlehere
Because time is short, the Spanish and community fleets continue to document themselves to try to defend themselves against the new offensive by the European Commission. They did not quite believe that in order to protect vulnerable marine ecosystems, the European Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius, head of Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, and his general director of Maritime Affairs, Charlina Vitcheva, intend to veto all bottom fishing in 87 areas of Spain, Portugal , France and Ireland.
Source: LaVozdeGalicia | Read the full article here
By turning off a special gene with the CRISPR method, researchers at the Institute of Marine Research in Norway have created the world’s first salmon without gametes. The purpose has been to develop a farmed salmon that cannot mate with wild salmon if it escapes.
Now the researchers have followed such salmon throughout their entire lives (a so-called production cycle) to compare growth, signs of welfare and omega3 content with normal farmed salmon.
Source: SalmonBusiness | read the full article here
Interactions between farm-raised salmon and wild salmonids are complex and difficult to quantify. However, through Environmental Management Plans (EMPs) Mowi supports meaningful and well-designed monitoring surveys which provide evidence on the health and status of wild salmonid populations.
Stephen MacIntyre, Head of Environment, told Mowi Scotland’s ‘Scoop’ newsletter:
“The ability to determine where our impacts may occur within the environment has always been a key priority for Mowi
Korean octopus imports continue to rise South Korea
Frozen Octopus Imports/Amount Increase
By July 2022, 724,699 tons of seafood were imported, of which 1,497 tons, or 0.21%, were imported for frozen octopus.
In 2021, the previous year, 1,019 ton...