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Seafish Economic Performance Time Series Dataset (UK Overall) 2008-17

Steve Lawrence, S├ębastien Metz, Kirsten Milliken, Arina Motova

The Seafish fleet economic performance dataset contains financial, economic and operation performance indicators for the period 2008-17. The dataset covers the overall UK active fishing fleet and has been produced by combining a sample of costs and earnings data from vessel accounts with official effort, landings and capacity data for all active UK fishing vessels

April 2018Download XLSX

Seafish Fleet Economic Performance Dataset 2007-2017 (Excel Tables)

Steve Lawrence, S├ębastien Metz, Arina Motova

The Seafish fleet economic performance dataset contains financial, economic and operation performance indicators for the period 2007-17. The dataset covers approximately 30 Seafish defined fleet segments and has been produced by combining a sample of costs and earnings data from vessel accounts with official effort, landings and capacity data for all active UK fishing vessels.

March 2018Download XLSX

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March 2018Download XLSX

Seafish Economic Analysis: UK king scallop dredging sector 2008 - 2016, 2nd Edition, final 2016 data

Hazel Curtis, Marta Moran Quintana, Arina Motova, Ana Witteveen

In 2015 the Scallop Industry Consultation Group (SICG) raised concerns over declining profits in ICES area 7 (including the English Channel and Irish Sea). In response to these concerns Seafish was asked to conduct an economic analysis of king scallop dredge vessels. This report illustrates the economic and operational performance of UK vessels dependent on king scallops in 2008-2016.

January 2018Download PDF

UK seafood processing sector labour 2017

Hazel Curtis, Marta Moran Quintana, Kirsten Milliken

There was anecdotal evidence that the UK seafood processing sector relied heavily on workers from other EU countries. Hence, reliable information on the nationality of the workforce in the seafood processing sector was considered necessary to inform discussions on the new relationship of the UK with the EU. Seafish conducted a survey of UK seafood processing companies in early 2017 to gather information about financial performance and the nationality of their workforce. The workforce nationality results are presented in this report. The majority of UK seafood processing sites surveyed employ foreign workers from other EU countries. These workers represent approximately 42% of the workforce in the surveyed sites. Region and site size appear to be major factors influencing the nationality mix of the workforce.

October 2017Download PDF