One of the biggest sushi chains in Japan is being investigated for stealing proprietary information from a rival.
Police searched the Yokohama, Japan-headquarters of Kappa Create Co., Ltd., which operates the Kappa Sushi conveyor-belt sushi chain on 28 June. On 5 July, the company issued a press release acknowledging that a complaint from a competitor, Hama-sushi Co., Ltd., had been filed against one of its officers.
Author: Chris Loew / SeafoodSource | Read the full articlehere
They were first put out by Soviet scientists on the Kola Peninsula in the 1950s. Native to Pacific Ocean waters, the pink salmon, sometimes called humpback, lives for two years and goes up rivers to spawn. But the species has long since spread to salmon rivers in parts of northern Europe.
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Instituto de Fomento Pesquero (IFOP) launches a new website www.sembrandoelmar.cl aimed at disseminating the research carried out by our institution and other research centers, in the multiple dimensions involved for a sustainable development of Small-Scale Aquaculture (APE) In it you will find technical, economic and regulatory information to support current and future APE aquaculturists in Chile.
The information contained is easily accessible, free and can be viewed, downloaded and shared via email or social networks. both from your PC as well as from mobile devices.
What is Sembrando el Mar?
It is part of the dissemination activities of the "Comprehensive Aquaculture Development Program for Artisanal Fishermen and Small-Scale Aquaculturists" executed by the Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP). This study is part of the Research Program for the regulation of Fisheries and Aquaculture, which is carried out by virtue of the agreement signed between the Undersecretariat of Economy and Smaller Companies and the IFOP, with the technical scientific counterpart being the Undersecretariat of Fishing and Aquaculture.
Reference is made to the stock exchange announcement on 8 July 2021 by Salmon Evolution ASA (“Salmon Evolution” or the "Company") regarding approval and publication of prospectus and transfer of listing from Euronext Growth (Oslo) to Oslo Børs.
As of today, 9 July 2021, the shares in Salmon Evolution start trading on Oslo Børs.
Mr Håkon André Berg, CEO of Salmon Evolution comments: “It is with great pleasure that we finish off a very active first half with the listing on Oslo Børs. We want to express our sincere gratitude to our shareholders, banks, suppliers, partners and employees for the strong support while we steadily approach completion of Indre Harøy phase 1 and at the same time having started our international expansion".
The Cemre Shipyard in Turkey has delivered the Salt-designed pelagic vessel Hardhaus to its Norwegian owners, and after extensive sea trials and an extended delay in completion, due primarily to the Covid pandemic, the new vessel has now arrived in Austevoll. The design of the new 74.50 metre LOA, 16 metre breadth Hardhaus has has been developed by Salt Ship Design. The new pelagic vessel’s owners were looking for an optimised and energy-efficient replacement for their older vessel with its 6120hp Wärtsilä main engine, choosing for a 4880kW Wärtsilä 8V31 main engine driving a Wärtsilä 4D1095 propeller, and with options for both diesel-electric and diesel-mechanical operation.
Author: Quentin Bates / Fisker Forum | read the full articlehere
On-land salmon farmer Atlantic Sapphire – which farms in the United States and Denmark - earned revenue of US $11 (£7.99) per kilo of total harvest from its Florida facility in the second quarter of 2021 but did so on a modest volume of 300 tonnes HOG (head on gutted), it revealed in a market update today.
Revenue per kilo of total harvest in Denmark was DKK 38 (£4.39 / $6.05) on a harvest of 250 tonnes HOG.
Author: Gareth Moore / Fishfarmingexpert | read the full article here
Study published by the scientific journal PLOS ONE, aimed to categorize the biodiversity of the deep waters in the seamounts that surround Rapa Nui, Sala and Gómez Island and the Desventuradas Islands.
After almost a decade of expeditions to the maritime territory of the underwater mountain ranges of Nazca, and Salas and Gómez, scientists have gathered evidence that identifies 55 groups of invertebrates and 66 unique groups of fish. Leaving this territory as one of the ecosystems with the greatest diversity and endemism of shallow and deep water species in the world.
Source: Mundo Acuicola | read the full articlehere
The Aqua Nor fair is one of the most important meeting and exhibition events for technological solutions for aquaculture in the world. And in its 2021 edition, the latest technologies in the industry will be exhibited, such as processes and services for the cultivation of salmonids, marine species, molluscs, reproduction and feeding regimes, biomass control, construction and operation of floating cages. , nets, safety equipment, boats, fish handling, veterinary medicine, vaccines, among others.
According to Jeff Cheng, recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) don’t need to be used for high value species or purely by large corporations, but are well within the grasp of relatively small aquaculture players, producing a wide range of species. For Cheng, who's been CEO of Nocera since 2018, RAS doesn’t have to be either complicated or expensive, and he envisions a day when every family can have their own RAS tank to provide them with fresh fish.
Author: Rob Fletcher / The Fish Site | read the full article here
The Norwegian Pelagic Fishing Course in Week 29 Norway
Quiet summer week, some mackerel and a couple of good catches of North Sea herring
It has been a somewhat quiet summer week this week as both facilities and fishermen have taken some well-deserved ...