Aker BioMarine achieves success in 2022 after tough challenges in 2021
As shown in their report, in 2022, the company has focused on streamlining operations and identifying efficiencies. In this way, they have improved both sales and collection.
Bumble Bee will no longer be a “fair and safe supply chain”
The agreement outlaws some of the claims that defined Bumble Bee's products. These include "fair and safe supply chain" and "fair and responsible working conditions"
The “salmon tax” proposal in detail
This morning the Norwegian government will present a proposal for a resource rent tax on aquaculture (known as the “salmon tax”). This plan imposes finally a tax of 35% in two different phases for 2023 and 2024. The Norwegian government claims that the intention of the proposal is the actual redistribution of the revenue generated by the aquaculture industry. It ensures the local communities along the coast and Norwegian society receive a major part of the value created. Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre (Labour Party) explained that in Norway “we have a long tradition which value that is created from using our common natural resources shall benefit society as a whole.” Finance Minister, Trygve Slagsvold Vedum (Center Party), stated that this is a step forward, as was the tax on income from petroleum resources. In...
Salmon farming, one of the most important economic engines of the last three decades in Chile
Chile has generated an added value of US$ 5,282 million through salmon farming, which represents 2.1% of the national GDP.
Iceland joins Aqualoop’s offshore fish farming project
Aqualoop, the offshore fish farming company known for its Aqualoop Big Dipper design, has new major investors, the Icelandic seafood consultancy, Markó Partners. This union would mark the beginning of offshore salmon farming in Iceland.
A bad deal for Norway: a US investor’s view of the proposed ground rent tax
WeAreAquaculture spoke to David Hodges, the US global investor determined to warn politicians and the public about the "hidden penalties of Norway's proposed new tax.
Vindheim, the CEO of Mowi, outlines why the industry is against “salmon tax”
This Wednesday, Ivan Vindheim, CEO of Mowi, was interviewed by Reporter Eleni Giokos on US news network CNN and showed his dissatisfaction with the “salmon taxes” imposed by Norwegian government's plans.
Record on the Indigenous-owned Canadian company Clearwater Seafoods
The Nova Scotia-based company posted a record year in 2022, reaching $604 million in sales. This marks a $71 million increase in sales compared to the previous year, the highest in its history.
Scottish salmon, more than half of fish and seafood exports from Scotland in 2022
As new data from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) reveals, Scottish salmon accounted for 56% of all fish and seafood exports from Scotland last year and it is also the UK's largest food export.
The expiration of Nova Austral’s concessions in Chile are hanging by a thread
For several weeks now, various meetings have been held to approximate positions. This Tuesday, one of them took place in which the main authorities of Magallanes, trade union leaders, and company representatives attempted to discuss options to avoid Nova Austral from closing its operations at four facilities in Porvenir (Chile)