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The galleries bring you an overview of posts from across community sites for seamless access to what’s going on in the fishing industry right now, alongside our continuous newsfeed. Trawlerphotos covers the entire North Atlantic region with daily updates.
A demonstration set to take place in the French port of Concarneau today, staged as a protest by small-scale fishermen and NGOs, will not be taking place as planned. The demonstration had been timed to take place outside the offices of fishing company France Pélagique to coincide with the christening of pelagic vessel Scombrus. The […] [...]
Dutch fishermen’s association VisNed has filed a formal complaint against Greenpeace following its latest stunt in dropping boulders on Dogger Bank fishing grounds. VisNed states that contrary to Greenpeace’s claims, there is no illegal fishing in the area. The latest Greenpeace boulder publicity stunt, the latest in a long series of these going back a […] [...]
Krill fishing and processing company Aker BioMarine has seen its new Antarctic Provider launched at the CIMC Raffles’ Yantai yard, ready for final outfitting ahead of the 2021 krill harvesting season. The 168-metre Antarctic Provider replaces the company’s current support vessel, La Manche, and is designed to transport krill products and crew between fishing grounds […] [...]
The world’s largest producer of canned tuna in the world, Thai Union, working with Global Seafood Assurances (GSA), is taking requirements for workers’ rights on board set out in the Spanish fleet’s Responsible Tuna Fishing standard (APR) as an example to incorporate into their own social certification systems for fishing activities. Both organisations have signed […] [...]
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all the time, with innovations reaching the market all the time. We track and monitor these developments and bring them to you as they happen to keep you updated. We’re also watching the industry’s steadily evolving politics with the constant demands for fishing to be greener and cleaner – keeping track of the industry landscape as it changes.
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We keep track of new fishing vessels from all over Europe and around the world, in line with the major optimisation of fisheries that has taken place in recent years. We follow shipyards and designers around the world to keep you updated on newbuilds in the fishing industry.