Brim is to test the Maritech Eye™ for its white fish processing and production. Maritech Eye™ scans the fish early in the production process, enabling a processor to achieve a more sustainable production due to reduced waste and improved resource productivity.
Quality scanning enables allocation premium quality for price premium products, while the rest of the fish can be used optimally in other product segments, improving production planning through fact-based decisions.
Its parent company Nutreco is getting rid of its operations in Russia.
Since the outbreak of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, at the end of February, SalmonBusiness has followed the export of fish feed from Norwegian feed factories to Russian fish farmers on the Kola penisula. BioMar quickly ended its Russian exports, while competitors Skretting and Cargill still maintained the highly controversial trade.
In 2021, the company International Seafoods S.A, from Porvenir, was detected storing illegal crab and spider crab meat.
During the year 2021, in an inspection carried out by officials of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) of the Magallanes region of the International Seafoods S.A. processing plant, located in Porvenir, the storage of spider crab and spider crab meat was detected. of illegal origin.
The inspection team found inconsistencies between the product that was physically in the plant, in relation to what the company had declared to Sernapesca through the online Traceability system provided for this purpose.
Navantia seeks to increase its productivity by more than 15% and save 20% in costs and deadlines with new technologies
If there is a message about the Spanish naval sector in which shipyards, technologists and administrations coincide, it is the urgency to undertake the digital transformation that promotes the construction of ships in a more competitive, sustainable and cost-saving way. This was made clear at a conference organized by Siemens in Ferrol, at its Naval Sector Center of Excellence (Cesena), in which both public shipyards —Navantia— and private ones —represented in Pymar—, the Ministry of Industry, the Xunta and the Council.
Source: La Voz de Galicia | Read the full articlehere
Several of Japan’s leading fishpaste product manufacturers raised prices beginning in February, and might have to do so again.
Japan’s top fishcake maker, Tokyo-based Kibun Foods, raised the prices of its fishpaste products and some side dish products by 8 percent across the board starting from 28 February. The company noted in its annual report that factors negatively affecting domestic profits were higher than expected, such as increases in raw material, transportation, packaging, and energy costs.
Author: Chris Loew / SeafoodSource | Read the full articlehere
Salmon farmer Scottish Sea Farms’ work to set the benchmark for sustainability in its sector has been recognised with a UK award.
The Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology (REA) last night named the salmon producer the winner of its Sustainability Award at its annual ceremony, held at Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens.
Source: fishfarmingexpert | Read the full article here
Grieg Seafood has joined forces with the World Wildlife Fund and the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research to show how companies can report nature-related risks in aquaculture.
Together with the WWF and Norwegian financial service company, Storebrand Asset Management, Grieg has published a case study, Nature-related risk reporting for investors, to show how currently available information on salmon farming can be used to inform investors in the salmon farming sector about the impact of a company’s operations on the natural environment.
Author: Vince McDonagh / FishFarmer | read the full articlehere
With positive expectations, the five national companies that participated together with ProChile in the largest aquaculture fair in Brazil: Aquishow 2022, held a few days ago in the city of San José de Río Preto, Sao Paulo, returned to Chile.
Álvaro Camargo Jr., from the Commercial Office of ProChile in Sao Paulo, highlighted the good reception achieved by Chilean companies in that country, where the experience and development achieved by Chile in terms of aquaculture was valued.
The Vigo Port Fishing Shipowners Cooperative (ARVI) reported this week, at the ordinary meeting of the Port and Navigation Council of the Vigo Port Authority (PAV), on the situation in which the sector finds itself, highly affected for the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, among others. For this reason, he explained that they will ask the Government of Spain for extensions in the discounts on diesel and the exemption of port taxes until the end of the year.
Source: Industrias Pesqueras | read the full article here
In response to Minister David Parker’s recent announcement about the national roll-out of cameras on commercial inshore fishing vessels, Seafood New Zealand (SNZ) Chief Executive Jeremy Helson says the most important questions still remain unanswered.
“The industry has been working in partnership with MPI on this programme since its early days. We have been very clear in our conditional support for cameras, and our recommendations for how they should fit into a larger strategy for sustainable fisheries management.
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