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IN BRIEF - Saitama Kita Fisheries to opens new processing plant for raw salmon

JAPAN
Monday, May 27, 2024

Annual production of 10,000 tons, RAS product handling in sight Saitama

Saitama Kita Suisan have a new processing plant exclusively for raw salmon/annual production of 10,000 tons, considering handling RAS products

Saitama Kita Suisan (Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture, President Takao Iwasaki) will establish a new processing facility for fresh salmon, the "Fresh Processing Center," adjacent to its headquarters, and enter the seafood processing business.

It will begin full-scale operation in June, and when fully operational, it will be capable of producing 25 tons of product per day and 10,000 tons per year on a product basis. It is also considering processing salmon produced in closed circulation land-based aquaculture systems (RAS), which are expected to increase in production in Japan in the future. [...]

Source: Minato Yamaguchi | Translated from original in Japanese

 

IN BRIEF - Europêche, asks Von der Leyen to guarantee neutrality until the new Commission is established

EUROPEAN UNION
Thursday, June 20, 2024

Fishermen call for the vacancy already left by Virginijus Sinkevicius to be addressed and for any potential interim commissioner to refrain from interim mandates
 
Madrid - The European fishing sector, represented by Europêche, of which the Spanish Fisheries Confederation (CEPESCA) is a part, has formally requested the acting president of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, to address priority is given to the imminent vacancy left by Virginijus Sinkevicius, Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries in the previous Community Executive, following his announcement of taking up a parliamentary seat.
 
Left, David Voces, general director of Europêche and right. Javier Garat, pte Europêche.
 
The sector requests this in a letter addressed to the president in which, in addition, it values ??her decision to appoint an exclusive Commissioner for Fisheries for the next term, and emphasizes the need to achieve a true balance between the conservation of biodiversity, a fleet competitive fishing and food security. According to the sector, this balance has not existed during the current legislature and it is necessary to make decisions based on greater knowledge of the fishing reality and scientific data.
 
Likewise, the sector calls on Von der Leyen to pay greater attention to primary food production and food sovereignty, advocating for these issues to be raised to the level of the Vice Presidency within the agenda and structure of the new Commission.

IN BRIEF - Hawaii Longline Fishery sees revenue decline

UNITED STATES
Thursday, June 20, 2024

Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A report prepared for the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council and summarized for local media, highlights a nearly 8% decline in revenue for the Hawai‘i longline fishery due to a drop in average fish prices at the first point of landing in Honolulu Harbor.

The 2023 Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation Report, which monitors fish catch and revenue, was presented to scientists and advisors of the Council’s 152nd Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC) meeting from June 11-13, 2024, for advice on shaping the future of fisheries management in the Western Pacific Region.

The report indicates that while the Hawaii longline fishery landed slightly more fish in 2023, greater yields did not lead to higher revenue. Industry representatives confirmed better catch rates towards the end of 2023, but overall it was a very tough year for the fleet. It was further noted that the volume and price of subsidized foreign imports, coupled with all-time high operational costs, are causing severe economic impacts on the fleet, which is the State’s largest food producer.

The Hawaii longline fleet consists of 150 U.S.-flagged vessels operating out of Honolulu Harbor. The SSC discussed this information to provide scientific advice on the management of this fishery.


IN BRIEF - Los Lagos: Chile's second largest exporter region of non-traditional products

CHILE
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

In 2023, ProChile worked hand in hand with 5,936 companies, generating almost half a million jobs. Of these companies, more than 2 thousand are exporters, contributing 79% of the total exported by Chile during that year. This is equivalent to a figure of US$33,029 million dollars.
 
In this context, the Los Lagos Region stands out as the second largest exporter region of non-traditional products. But there's more: it was also ranked second among those that have a science-based innovation ecosystem. Quite an achievement. An example of this dynamism is that as of June 2024, more than 12 activities linked to export promotion have already been carried out.
 
 
Ricardo Arriagada, Regional Director ProChile Los Lagos
 
They range from the traditional seafood sectors - with participation in international fairs - to actions in the tourism sector, including Enexpro Global Solutions with aquaculture industry suppliers, the World Summit Awards WSA and the Dairy Sector Congress, among others.
 
Exports from the Los Lagos Region also had a positive first quarter of 2024. The increase of 1.3%, compared to the same period of the previous year, was mainly driven by the aquaculture sector, with the United States, Japan and Brazil being its main destinations.

Other Media | Industrias Pesqueras: Artificial Intelligence configures a new map for fishing

WORLDWIDE
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the reality of economic sectors. Fishing is not far behind. For a few years now, the emergence of this computer branch has been a turning point in favor of improving knowledge of the oceans and their resources and, with this, has allowed advances in fisheries management, both for the fleet and for the regulatory bodies of their activity. Satlink, Zunibal and Marine Instruments are pioneering companies in the use of AI in fishing activity. For these companies, the application of this combination of algorithms in their solutions has led to an optimization of electronic observation, better discrimination of species and, in general, a deeper understanding of marine ecosystems, which translates into a better support for the fishing sector.

Source: Industrias Pesqueras l Read the full article here


Other Media | aqua.cl: They recycle 32,000 kilos of fishing nets to turn them into Patagonia products and other brands

CHILE
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

In 2023, Orizon Seafood, the Chilean fishing company that is the world leader in horse mackerel production and belongs to Nutrisco, recovered a total of 32,080 kg of fishing nets at the end of their useful life. These were recycled with the collaboration of Net Positiva, operated by the company Bureo Chile, who recycle them and transform them into raw materials that are used by well-known brands to make their products.

Thus, this collaboration made it possible to recycle the fishing nets and transform them into 100% traceable raw materials, which will be used to make Patagonia brand clothing, Costa sunglasses, Carver skateboards, Future Fins surf fins, Yenga board game or pieces of Trek bicycles, among other products.

Source: aqua.cl l Read the full article here


Other Media | Fish Focus: Seafood Expo Asia coming to Singapore

SINGAPORE
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Seafood Expo Asia coming to Singapore in September bringing industry buyers from across Asia and suppliers from around the world. The 12th edition of the Expo will feature the latest innovative products, seafood tastings and culinary demonstrations, engaging events, educational conference sessions and more.

Seafood Expo Asia, organised by Diversified Communications, will take place in Singapore on 4-6 September 2024. The Expo provides a strategic platform for seafood suppliers from around the world and buyers from across Asia 

Source: Fish Focus l Read the full article here


Other Media | Fish Farmer: Scotland’s salmon exports hit five-year high

UNITED KINGDOM
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Scottish salmon exports in the first four months of this year were up more than a third by value, according to HMRC figures. The data, analysed by industry body Salmon Scotland, shows that the value of salmon exports was up by £65m to £250m, a 36% increase on the same period last year.

On a rolling 12-month basis, the figure was £645m, representing the highest level in five years and an 11% increase compared with the previous year’s £581m. Salmon exports achieved their highest sales value since 2019.

Source: Fish Farmer l Read the full article here

 


Other Media | fishfarmingexpert: A packed programme for AQUA 2024

DENMARK
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

The organisers of AQUA 2024, a global aquaculture event being held in Copenhagen in August, has published the preliminary programme grid for the scientific conference, workshops, and industry and innovation forums that will take place.

A trade exhibition with 240 booths, student events, and receptions will also be held.

Co-organised by the European Aquaculture Society (EAS) and the World Aquaculture Society (WAS), the AQUA events are held every six years. Past events were held in Nice (2000), Florence (2006), Prague (2012) and Montpellier (2018).

Source: fishfarmingexpert l Read the full article here

 


Other Media | Alimarket: What situation is Nueva Pescanova in and what options are you considering for your future outside of Abanca?

SPAIN
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

That the year that Nueva Pescanova just closed was not going to be good was no secret. Alimarket, based on an analysis of the sector that will be made public tomorrow, advances in this information the estimates of turnover and losses that would have been recorded by what to date continues to be the main Spanish fishing group. Although the company has maintained a low profile since Jorge Escudero took the helm, the management wanted to explain to Alimarket some keys to its current positioning.

Source: Alimarket l Read the full article here


Other Media | IndPesqueras: Spanish consumers join denunciation of the misleading labeling of plant based and seek to force an EU legislative proposal

SPAIN
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The Consumer Union of Galicia (UCGAL), the Consumer Union of Euskadi, the Consumer Union of Cantabria and the ConsumES Confederation have agreed to join the project that integrates twenty organizations to denounce misleading labeling in plant-based products.

The organizations that lead the initiative had already addressed the Minister of Social Rights, Consumption and Agenda 2030, Pablo Bustinduy, and of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, to show their concern in relation to misleading labeling on plant products. based that aim to imitate fish and seafood, in order to advance in compliance with the regulations that regulate them without, for the moment, having obtained a response from the former.

Source: Industrias Pesqueras l Read the full article here


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