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Ropes and Longline systems
AS Fiskevegn is calling for a reversal of Mustad Autoline’s purchase of Vetrhus Holding AS, which own 50% of the shares in AS Fiskevegn, claiming it is “not suitable” for one of its main competitors to be its owner.
Norwegian auto long-lining system designers and manufacturers Fiskevegn are continuing to expand their focus on improving operations for inshore fishermen.
New Zealand-based Prion Technology says their new snood system is getting a positive response on the sea and they hope to sell it into a number of markets, according to director Andy P. Smith.
the pressure from the ‘green’ lobby on the catching and gear manufacturing sides of the industry remains relentless.
Money has been put up for New Zealander Malcolm McNeill and Jakob Hals from Norway to go to La RÃ©union in the Indian Ocean to work with French longline fishermen on techniques to reduce the number of seabirds killed by hooks in the Southern Ocean.
New Zealand''s company Prion has officially launched a new fish hook system, that consists in an automated process of assembling fish hooks onto monofilament nylon to make snoods. The new system enables a more effective replacement for traditional polyester rope systems.
Integrated weighted longlines are not just a silver bullet for reducing seabird deaths, according to Malcolm McNeill, longline manager for Sealord, Nelson.
Norwegian gear manufacturers Dyrkorn AS and FosnavÃ¥g Fiskevegn AS have merged to form a stronger organisation dedicated to the supply of longline fleets world-wide.