Shetland pelagic fleet investments net green benefits


Sector is on the cusp of a complete fleet renewal and ensuring ‘second-to-none’ operational efficiency and catch quality

Investment in new vessels and the latest state-of-the-art fish handling technology has ensured that the Shetland pelagic fleet is at the forefront of catching premium mackerel, herring and blue whiting where carbon emissions are kept as low as possible, and in the process, help ensure the Scottish food sector progresses on its path towards meeting overall net-zero targets.

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