The Fish Waste for Profit conference has become an essential ingredient of each Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and 2022 is no exception.
The 2022 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is looking very positive, says Mercator Media’s sales executive Diane Lillo, whose role is all about being in close touch with exhibitors at the event.
Following many months of pandemic restrictions this June’s Icefish will provide exhibitors with the long overdue facility for multiple face to face business meetings in one place. European and Global Vaccination programmes are progressing well, with planned Covid Passports relaxing travel.
Designed by Skipasýn and built at the Astilleros Armon shipyard in Vigo, Icelandic company Nesfiskur’s new factory trawler Baldvin Njálsson GK-400 is big step up in capacity and technology over the older trawler it replaces.
With many years of experience with new vessels and a range of modernisation and retrofit projects, design office Nelton is participating for the first time in the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition, alongside its Icelandic partner, naval architect Navis.
Icelandic processing equipment specialist Curio delivered some of its latest systems to new factory trawler Baldvin Njálsson.
Icefish Connect is still live and open for business, with a full programme including the The Blue Economy, Women in Seafood and Fish Waste for Profit.
Taking place between 16-18 November 2021, Icefish Connect welcomed back registered attendees and exhibitors for the final day of the virtual exhibition!
Taking place between 16-18 November 2021, Icefish Connect welcomed back registered attendees and exhibitors for the second day of the virtual exhibition!
Taking place between 16-18 November 2021, Icefish Connect officially opened yesterday morning and welcomed registered attendees and exhibitors, all ready to network & attend the full conference programme!