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Final Pelagic Industry Issues Group minutes for 22 March 2018

Karen Green

Final minutes of the Pelagic Industry Issues meeting held in Aberdeen on Thursday 22 March 2018.

May 2018Download PDF

Seafish Brussels Seafood Regulation Update 26/04/2018 – 03/05/2018

Cristina Fernandez

European Food Consumption Database; EP resolution calls to extend control regulation on imported fishery products; Workshop on Landing Obligation and Choke Species in Multispecies and Mixed Fisheries

May 2018Download PDF

Seafish Brussels Brexit Update 09/04/2018 – 07/05/2018

Cristina Fernandez

Draft Resolution to wind up the debate on framework of future EU-UK relationship; Topics for discussions on future framework at forthcoming meetings; Notice to stakeholders: withdrawal of UK and EU rules in the field of copyright; Agenda General Affairs Council, Monday 14 May 2018; POLITICO "leaks" Fisheries White Paper; Dispute resolution and enforcement after Brexit; UK importers unprepared for customs changes post-Brexit; British ports comments on BCC/Port of Dover survey on preparations for post Brexit trading arrangements with the EU; Can CETA-Plus Solve the UK’s Services Problem?; Backstop v2: A solution to trade with the EU post-Brexit; UK-US Trade Relations

May 2018Download PDF

UK seafood processing sector - quarterly update (January - March 2018)

Hazel Curtis, Lewis Cowie, Ana Witteveen

This report presents the findings of the second Seafish quaterly survey of recruitment in the seafood processing sector. The report covers January to March 2018 and presents information on factors affecting recruitment, barriers to recruiting British staff, and adaptations companies would make if they were unable to recruit enough staff.

May 2018Download PDF

UK Seafood Value Chain by Home Nation 2017 Provisional

Julia Brooks

The UK value chain provides information on the main supply for seafood landed or imported into, or exported from the UK, as well as sales to consumers. In this document, the UK data is separated into England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland where specific information is available.

May 2018Download PDF