Nippon Suisan Kaisha, Ltd. (Nissui) informed that it has joined the Japanese firms signing "Pacific Bluefin Tuna Conservation Pledge," encouraged by WWF Japan to support the conservation and sustainable use of the bluefin tuna stock across the Pacific Ocean.
Through this commitment, Nissui makes its intention clear to promote further global agreement in regard to the management of the tuna stocks in the Pacific Ocean together with other Japanese companies supporting this position.
Apart from Nissui, the other fishing companies from Japan that support the pledge proposed by WWF include: Co-op Miral, Daichi Wo Mamoru Kai, Kamewa Shoten Co. ltd, Marubeni Corporation (More Info)
Chinese fishing firm fined for tuna fishing illegally New Zealand
Chinese authorities have deregistered and fined a Chinese commercial fishing company approximately USD 596,000 for misreporting bluefin tuna catches and fishing without a licence adjacent to the New Zealand Exclusive Economic Zone.
ICES recommends cod quota cut for 2018 Norway
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea recommends a 20 per cent drop in next year’s cod quota in the Barents Sea, which should not exceed 712,000 tonnes
Chile to support Latin American countries to eradicate illegal fishing Chile
Representatives from Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic are participating this week in the first international workshop to strengthen capacities and measures to prevent, discourage and eliminate IUU Fishing.
Copyright 1995 - 2017 Fish Info & Services Co.Ltd| All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER