Trimara Services UK to represent Skaginn 3X on UK market
Trimara’s role will be to ensure that UK seafood processors understand Skaginn 3x’s product range and to deliver a smooth installation and commissioning process that will result in the equipment supplied delivering the expected performance.
 Lifejacket offer for Welsh commercial fishermen
Owners of active, Welsh-registered commercial fishing vessels have been urged by the Welsh Fishing Safety Committee to access grant aid enabling them to purchase Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) with integrated Personal Location Beacons (PLBs) for £15, saving over £350 per PFD.
 Danish suppliers set high standards for hygiene packaging and automation solutions at Brussels expo
At Seafood Processing Global 2018, a group of close to thirty Danish suppliers are showcasing solutions and machinery assuring efficiency, automation and a high degree of hygiene to the entire value chain of fish and seafood processing.
 Ecuador stresses transparency benefits of shrimp SIMP
The addition of shrimp to the US Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) is a significant milestone in empowering consumers to choose shrimp grown to the highest standards, the Ecuadorian shrimp industry has said.
 Baader to showcase machinery at SPG 2018
Baader will attend Seafood Processing Global (SPG) 2018 to showcase its range of processing equipment and its suitability for whitefish.
 C Toms delivers Our David George
A new twin-rig trawler has been delivered by the C. Toms & Son yard to fishing company North Devon Trawlers, a joint venture between fisherman Scott Wharton and Barnstaple processor Coombe Fisheries, reports Phil Lockley.
 Boulogne: Europe’s fish hub
More than a fishing port, Boulogne also has a place as a hub for the French seafood industry and a gateway for seafood products passing from the producing countries to the north on their way to the seafood-hungry countries to the south.
 Evert Mooijer passes away
Evert Mooijer, the man who made Klaas Puul one of Europe's largest seafood processing companies, has passed away.
 Abalone arrests prompt security clearance measure
All officials of the South African fisheries management branch will be subject to security clearance following the launch of an abalone poaching investigation.
 Mustad Autoline breaks new ground with electric autoline
Today Autoline deck equipment is powered by hydraulics, which in turn derive their power from a catching vessel’s diesel engines. Mustad Autoline is now working on the development process to run the main equipment with electricity.