New Zealand-based Sanford Company has come off a challenging year that has seen increasing impacts from climate change, according to the company’s most recent financial reports… Read More
Ridley Corporation Ltd. announced a restructuring plan that will involve trimming jobs and closure of several of its feed mills… Read More
Vowing to give the community and consumers “the best Australian seafood that will be sustainably sourced," Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) launched “Our Pledge,” geared toward sustainable practices, in October.
SIA CEO Jane Lovell noted in an email to SeafoodSource that when SIA was formed two years ago, its members identified social license as a top priority.
“SIA has been working hard to develop an open and honest
American Samoa Governor Lolo Moliga is calling on the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to reconsider the 9 October closure of the tuna purse seine fishery in the "Effort Limit Area for Purse Seine" (ELAPS), or risk hurting the purse seiners and tuna processors based in American Samoa ...
Photo courtesy of the American Samoa Government… Read More
Effective 1 October, 2020, Doug Paulin has taken up his new position as CEO of New Zealand-based Sealord Group.
Paulin will be replacing the former Sealord CEO, Steve Yung, who informed the company earlier this year he would step down from his post at the end of 2020 financial year.
“The appointment of a new CEO is an extremely important decision and the board is determined to continue the strong operational and financial results… Read More
Ocean-based solutions can play an important role in the fight against climate change, according to a new scientific report published last week at the United Nations Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit in New York City, U.S.A.
The report, “The Ocean as a Solution to Climate Change: Five Opportunities for Action,” written by a consortium of scientsts affiliated with the World Resources Institute, begins with the dramatic… Read More
Seafood Industry Australia (SIA), a trade group representing the country’s seafood industry, has called on the South Australian government to review a four-year statewide ban recently imposed on commercial snapper fishing.
In a press statement, SIA CEO Jane Lovell said the ban would result in hardship to the fishers who rely on fishing for their livelihood.
“As a general principle, we need our fisheries managers to find ways to… Read More
Despite what it calls a “challenging year,” New Zealand King Salmon Investments Ltd. (NZX & ASX: NZK) managed to achieve 8 percent growth in revenues to NZD 172.6 million (USD 108. 8 million, EUR 98.5 million) in the year ending on 30 June, despite impacts to fish survival caused by high water temperatures.
According to its financial results for the 12 months ending 30 June, 2019, the company obtained its second-most… Read More
Pacific island countries could lose an estimated USD 60 million (EUR 54.5 million) in revenue annually due to the impacts of climate change on the tuna population within the next 30 years, according to Conservation International (CI).
In a fact sheet produced by CI with the assistance of the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), modeling indicates increases in ocean temperature due to climate change… Read More
Tasmania, Australia-based Huon Aquaculture Group Limited’s revenue took a tumble in the previous financial year, which it blamed mostly on a jellyfish event… Read More