Four trawlers have been added to the orderbook of the Nobel Brothers Shipyard. These 44.15 metre LOA, 12 metre breadth vessels for owners in the Russian the Far East are designed for pelagic and demersal trawling, seine netting and operation as tenders.
The Nobel Brothers Shipyard, part of the Kalashnikov Group of Companies, is a largest shipbuilding and ship repair company on the Upper Volga, and although it’s a long way from the sea, the yard has more than a century of shipbuilding behind it and has built more than 600 ships over the years.
Author: Quentin Bates / FiskerForum | read the full articlehere
The Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development and the Fisheries Commission have announced that they are implementing the 2021 closed season for all fishing fleets. They announced this in a statement dated June 10, 2021.
According to the statement, the closed season for artisanal and in shore fleets starts from 1st to 31st July, 2021.
It added that the closed season for industrial fleets starts from 1st July to 31st August.
Applicant establishments must be authorized by SERNAPESCA and have a Quality Assurance Program based on HACCP at the time of application.
The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) informs that establishments interested in exporting fishery and aquaculture products for human consumption to the Chinese market must complete the document Conditions and compliance checklist for the registration of establishments abroad of aquatic products to be exported to PR China and send it to Claudia Rozas email@example.com no later than Friday, July 2.
Source: Mundo Acuicola | read the full articlehere
The environmental issue was very present at the G7 summit held this weekend in Cornwall, UK. As part of the commitments made by the leaders of the 7 world powers, measures have been announced to halt and reverse the loss of biodiversity by 2030 and tackle deforestation, marine litter and the illegal trade in wildlife. In addition, the last summit came out with new support for the global commitment to achieve 30% of terrestrial and marine protected areas by 2030.
Source: Industrias Pesqueras | read the full articlehere
The Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) agreed to reduce the total allowable catches of yellowfin tuna after months of pressure from non-governmental organizations and some trade groups. But, according to environmental organizations, the effort has not served to end overfishing, as five members of the commission opposed the recovery plan. These five contracting parties to the IOTC are Oman, Iran, India, Madagascar, and Indonesia.
The time of leave for the care of dependent family members is increased from two to three years and the duration of maternity and paternity leave may be extended for one more week
Pescanova EspañaSLU, a company belonging to the Nueva Pescanova Group, has signed its first equality plan with the representatives of the workers (from CC. OO. And UGT) with which it explicitly commits itself to promoting equal treatment opportunities between men and women.
Source: La Voz de Galicia | read the full articlehere
The Technological Institute of Salmon (Intesal), with the sponsorship of Armasur, SalmonChile, the Magallanes Salmon Farmers Association and the Salmon Council, held a seminar for the industry entitled “Ecological Role of Marine Cetaceans and their Interaction with Salmon Farming Activity in the South of Chile ”, which aimed to inform the participants about the importance of the cetaceans that inhabit the seas of Chilean Patagonia
A public webinar will be held today at noon (BST) to discuss the results of an unprecedented analysis of thousands of harmful algal bloom (HAB) events worldwide over the past 33 years.
The first-ever global statistical analysis examined around 9,500 HABs and found that the harm caused by HABs rises in step with growth of the aquaculture industry and marine exploitation and calls for more research on linkages.
Author: Gareth Moore / Fishfarmingexpert | read the full articlehere
Zhanjiang, a port in China’s Guangdong Province, will temporarily stop receiving cargoes of frozen seafood from Vietnam and 10 other Asian countries due to loading capacity.
The decision by Zhanjiang Port Zhanjiang Port Group Co., Ltd will be applied to shipments from Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Mongolia from 20 June to 15 July
Author: Toan Dao / SeafoodSource | read the full articlehere