AST Marine Sciences Limited, has developed a new app for Clean Catch UK, a research programme that brings scientists and the fishing industry together to reduce the impact of fishing on sensitive marine species
Yanmar Marine Systems, a Yanmar Group company, begins accepting orders within Japan for a new automated fish counting system from April 2021.
ABB secures a contract with Sefine Shipyard to provide power and propulsion solution to FrøyGruppen’s state-of-the-art hybrid live fish carrier, future-proofing the vessel for safe and sustainable operations.
Research has found that grant funding from the Fishmongers’ Company’s Fisheries Charitable Trust and Seafarers UK enabling fishing and seafood businesses to sell direct to the public throughout the first lockdown in 2020 created increased profits.
The 2019 stranding and subsequent loss of the fishing vessel Miss Annie was likely caused by the vessel striking a submerged wreck that had shifted from its previously known position, the National Transportation Safety Board said
One year after the well-attended Torremolinos Conference IMO is launching a series of regional webinars in a renewed push to encourage ratification of a key treaty to bring in global enforceable standards for the safety of fishing vessels.
The Torremolinos Declaration on fishing vessel safety and combating IUU fishing has now reached 51 signatories.
Forty-Eight States sign public declaration to indicate their determination to ratify the 2012 Cape Town Agreement on fishing vessel safety at a Ministerial Conference held in Torremolinos, Spain.
Fisheries-related conventions are key tools used by flag, coastal and port States to effectively monitor and control fishing vessels and minimize the risk of IUU fishing activities, by enhancing transparency, traceability, and governance.