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A Unique Position in the Baader World

There is nothing like good old Baader processing machinery and to maintain it the leading experts are found in the Faroe Islands — at engineering firm Petur Larsen, whose specialists travel the world to service the machines. […]

May 23rd, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Vónin’s Dream of Trawl Doors Becomes a Reality

New product line promises increased efficiency for fishing vessels as gear manufacturer Vónin introduces the Storm semi-pelagic trawl doors and the Tornado pelagic trawl doors — venturing into a highly competitive segment. […]

May 23rd, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Framherji Places New Bets on Hook and Line Fishing

Maximum utilization of catch, transnational cooperation for business development, raised capacity in trawling and longlining — Framherji’s engagement in the industry continues as legislative reform gets underway. […]

May 23rd, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Strong Beginning Puts Pelagos in Strong Position

Fuglafjørður’s state-of-the-art pelagic processing plant received its first catch in mid 2014 and has performed above expectations in its first 20 months — demonstrating “ability to deliver top quality products at competitive prices”. […]

May 23rd, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|1 Comment

CIG: Versatility Is the Key

Technology plays a growing part in the operation of CIG’s diversified business including its two pelagic factory trawlers, the Norðborg and the Christian í Grótinum — the former remaining one of the world’s most advanced. […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

JFK: Fundamentals Remain the Same

With a history that goes back more than a century, Klaksvík-based JFK has built a strong position in both frozen-at-sea and land-processed whitefish as well as in pelagic fisheries, able to deliver top quality seafood all year around. […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Taking Blue Whiting Up the Value Chain

Varðin makes another major announcement with the introduction of a new facility for mince and surimi from blue whiting, adding significant value to a species that has largely remained under-utilized in the Faroe Islands. […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Fisheries Reform: Questions of Priority

Taking a too formalistic approach to issues such as equal competition and resource ownership can do more harm than good, policymakers looking to reform fisheries legislation are warned by the Faroe Fishing Vessel Owners. […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Minister Høgni Hoydal on Coming Fisheries Reform

Long awaited reform of the Faroe Islands fisheries legislation at last gets underway with a commission launched to advise on key issues such as future fishing rights and securing a level playing field for industry participants.  […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments

Changes Ahead: New Fisheries Legislation

With the recent economic success of the pelagic fishing industry in the Faroe Islands, pressure is mounting to open the doors for newcomers while at the same time subjecting fishing rights to new restrictions and increased taxation. […]

May 21st, 2016|Seafood, Fisheries, Aquaculture|0 Comments
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