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  • Chilean authorities revoke Solvtrans wellboat licenses

    The company finds the decision ‘disappointing.’

    NEWS  intrafish.com 26 minutes old

    MSC appoints former Swedish lawmaker as program director

    Swedish Member of the European Parliament Linnéa Engström has been named Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) program director for Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea region, effective April 29. Engström has represented the Swedish Green Party as MEP since 2014 and was also vice chair of the European Parliament Fisheries Committee. She previously worked on legislation to increase control and transparency

    Careers  intrafish.com 31 minutes old

    Russian Aquaculture earnings nosedive on falling sales

    But investment in farm stocking should put company on better footing going forward.

    Finance  intrafish.com 3 hours old

    UK's largest whitefish trawler on Brexit warning mission

    Kirkella vessel owner is worried negotiations for fishing in the northeast Atlantic have received minimal attention despite being a key water for UK's fish and chips industry.

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 5 hours old

    Vietnam warned to take faster action over yellow card

    Vietnam needs to take drastic measures to ease its complicity in illegal fishing and promote the sustainable use of marine resources and get its yellow card from the EU lifted, reports Vietnam News. Speaking at the conference Monday on urgent measures to lift the EU’s yellow card on Vietnamese seafood, Nguyễn Quang Hùng, deputy director of the ministry’s Directorate of Fisheries, said a delegatio

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 5 hours old

    Australia's largest abalone farmer concerned about impact of new timber port

    Australia’s Yumbah Aquaculture is worried about the impact the proposed Project Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers will have on its abalone farm, reported The Islander. Yumbah Aquaculture director Anthony Hall questions the proposed port’s ability to steer away any negative impact from its construction operations near the farm’s intake pipes, especially since the company allegedly damaged the sea

    Aquaculture  intrafish.com 5 hours old

    China's Belt and Road initiative to strengthen seafood

    China's Belt and Road initiative will support the sustainable development of the global fishing industry, reported Ecns.cn. Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said the aim is to cooperate with developing countries by offering technological, talent and financial support, on the back of gaining access to potential markets.

    NEWS  intrafish.com 5 hours old

    Seachill gives boost to Hilton results

    Sales and profits both saw an increase thanks in large part to the Seachill acquisition.

    Finance  intrafish.com 6 hours old

    China crackdown cutting off Ecuadorian shrimp's Vietnamese back door

    Higher border control has led to a huge spike in direct exports from the Latin American country to China, and has sharply curbed the reprocessing once handled by Vietnam.

    NEWS  intrafish.com 6 hours old

    Direct Seafoods finds eager UK market for farmed halibut

    With concerns over the health of the wild Atlantic stock, the distributor is seeing buyers warm to farmed product.

    Marketplace  intrafish.com 9 hours old