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Publication InformationRelease DateFile Type

Seafood Week 2017 an evaluation

Heather Middleton

Seafood Week evaluation

December 2017Download PDF

Quay Issues: Fleet Economic Performance Dataset 2008-16

Steve Lawrence, Arina Motova, Jennifer Russell

The Seafish Fleet Economic Performance Dataset provides a detailed insight into the financial and operational performance of the fleet between 2008 and 2016 alongside analysis produced by the Seafish Economics team.

November 2017Download PDF

2016 Seafood Processing Industry Report

Struan Noble, Marta Moran Quintana, Hazel Curtis

The 2016 Seafood Processing Industry Report presents accurate up-to-date economic data and commentary to serve, where appropriate, as an evidence base for business decisions, policy discussions, and further research. This report provides details on the structure and size of the industry such as regional distribution, size of firms, type of broad fish species processed, type of processing activity undertaken and financial performance.

March 2017Download PDF

Quay Issues: Fleet Economic Performance Dataset 2008-15

Steve Lawrence, Arina Motova, Jennifer Russell

The Seafish Fleet Economic Performance Dataset provides a detailed insight into the financial and operational performance of the fleet between 2008 and 2015 alongside analysis produced by the Seafish Economics team. This latest version includes new graphs and infographics with less data tables.

December 2016Download PDF

Net Positive Fishing: Disruptive Seafood Harvesting Workshop

Phil MacMullen

A report calling on industry to invest in new fishing net technology to reduce the impacts of bottom-trawling.Net Positive: Disruptive Seafood was supported by Seafish through the Strategic Investment Programme and delivered by Espersen, Icelandic Seachill, and Nomad Foods. The report follows a workshop hosted at FAI Farms in Oxford, which brought together seafood industry actors, scientists and technology developers from across a variety of disciplines, with the goal of creating and building support for innovative selective harvest design concepts, with the potential to transform the wild-caught seafood sector.

September 2016Download PDF