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Haikui Seafood achieves slight growth under more difficult market conditions

CHINA | Friday, May 29, 2015
Haikui Seafood achieved an increase in revenue by 4.5 per cent to EUR 31.6 million in the first quarter 2015 from the same period last year despite a more challenging business environment.


Customs employees end strike
Chile | 23:10 | The indefinite strike kept by workers of the National Customs Service finally ended and the customs service of the Santiago International Airport resumed its activities. Full Story
Chilean and Russian officials discuss seafood export restrictions
Chile | 22:40 | Officials of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service of Chile and of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance of Russia met in Paris to discuss the restrictions imposed on Chilean seafood exports to the Russian market. Full Story
Salmon price status at week 22
Norway | 21:50 | Fresh salmon export volumes for week 21 are up 2,261 tonnes compared to last week, and up 1,616 tonnes compared to week 21, 2014, Fish Pool ASA reports. Full Story
Tuna and Swordfish by Vietnamese Nha Trang Bay obtain Sustainable Certification
Tuna and swordfish from approved Friend of the Sea fleets and processed by Nha Trang Bay are now authorized to carry the Friend of the Sea eco-label.
More Than a Century of Success
The name Rizzoli Emanuelli conjures up images of a family that has always loved the sea, the origins of its maritime devotion lie all of the way back in 1898, when the first anchovy filleting and packaging company was founded in Turin.
Tidal Vision Launches Ocean By-products on Kickstarter
Tidal Vision's naturally tanned and sustainably-harvested Alaska salmon leather will launch on the crowdfunding website on 27 May as an opportunity to pre-sell their new products, as well as a means to fund the startup.
First Wireless Monitoring System for UK Scallop Dredges
The Dredgemaster, a wireless monitoring system for scallop dredges, was installed on the FV Vikingborg, small robust sensors are placed on the dredge transmitting vital information to the vessel.
New report reveals slavery practice on foreign chartered vessels
New Zealand Research carried out by the Auckland University reveals the existence of slave-like labour and abuse that is faced by foreign crew members working on boats operating in New Zealand waters.
Alagoas commits to international technical cooperation to boost aquaculture and fisheries
Brazil Through the Secretariat of Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture, the Government of Alagoas is devising a project on international technical cooperation in the fisheries-aquaculture sector of this state in northeastern Brazil.
Indonesia urged to champion the interests of coastal nations at IOTC
Indonesia Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture for the Maldives urged Indonesia to join the Maldives in championing the interests of coastal nations at the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission.
Bluefin tuna traps register record catches
Spain The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment considers the development of the bluefin tuna fishery in the almadrabas (trap fisheries) of the Gulf of Cádiz is excellent due to the record catch figures.