Fish Processing News

  • Samherji in major processing investment

    SAMHERJI, Iceland’s largest fishing company, has announced it is investing more than 20 million euros, modernising its fish processing facilities at two key sites. It is thought to be the largest such processing operation instigated in Iceland. The company has engaged the high-tech equipment company Valka to carry out the work, which will take place at its sites in Dalvik by 2019, and ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Ministers pile pressure on Young’s

    YOUNG’S Seafood is under pressure to reconsider its decision to close its Pinneys site at Annan, following direct intervention by the Scottish government. Scotland’s business minister, Paul Wheelhouse, has written to the company demanding that ‘no stone should be left unturned’ to save as many jobs as possible. It follows a number of earlier pleas to both ...


    By FISHupdate

  • CFS to endorse principles for responsible investments in agriculture and food systems

    The Committee on World Food Security, the world's foremost inclusive intergovernmental and multi-stakeholder platform for food security and nutrition, today opened its 41st session (CFS 41). The Committee is expected to adopt a set of principles for responsible investment in agriculture and food systems that have been in development for the past two ...

  • Neste Oil produces premium-quality NExBTL renewable diesel from waste fat sourced from the fish processing industry

    Neste Oil CorporationPress release15 May 2012 at 9:30 am (EET) Neste Oil produces premium-quality NExBTL renewable diesel from waste fat sourced from the fish processing industry Neste Oil has again expanded the range of renewable raw materials it uses by beginning to produce NExBTL ...


    By Neste

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