PT Tuna Permata Jaya Tuna and Large Pelagics Workplan

(1 January  2016 – 31 December 2016)



The tuna and large pelagicss PT Tuna Permata Jaya FIP focusing on yellowfin, bigeye and albacore tuna, swordfish, and mahi-mahi. The main improvement needs identified include:  support the implementation of the National Tuna Fishery Management Plan,  improved catch records,  by species and each gear type, support a national onboard observer programme with the objective to improve catch recording, retained and bycatch data and support the national program on eliminating IUU, developing at sea traceability to meet future western import requirements and market demand.


Deploy 5 passive vessel tracking devices on off shore vessels. Test for low cost vessel traceability tracking and fishing pressure monitoring. Collaborate with the Global Fish Watch system for off shore data transfer.


Collaborate and share learnings with P.T. Intan Seafood around offshore tracking and fishing pressure mapping.


Share the logo for “Supporting Indonesia Fisheries” FIP demonstrating public linkage of traceability collaboration.




The FIP aims to support and contribute to the development of the improvement and sustainability of the tuna and large pelagics longline fishery in Indonesia. This FIP involves  long liners operating in the Indian Ocean and Indonesia EEZ. The FIP steps are to start with some improvement measures, develop new tasks that support improvements, all of which will further the development of this basic FIP. The goal of this FIP is create change on the water.


Improve catch data reporting Logbook Review by MMAF


December  2016 MMAF contact unreachable


Improve ERS, retained and bycatch data reporting Data recording review by MMAF December 2016 MMAF contact unreachable
Onboard observer program


Implement observer onboard the vessels, targeting 6 vessels. Jan – March 2017 Observer program has been revitalized by KKP in 2016.
Improve Fishery Licenses Revise fishing ground (SIUP) and SIPI) licenses to comply to government regulations to state both fishing grounds (ZEE and High Sea) September 2016 Completed
National Tuna Fishery Management Plan Implementation Participate in the data collection through Government enumerators


Q1 2017 Enumerators available through revitalized observers program
FIP meetings















Social Audit



Participants of Indonesia Tuna and Large Pelagics Supplier Roundtable

Participants in FIP review meeting in Boston


Will create collaboration around traceability for pelagic and demersal FIPs


Meeting with MMAF updating FIP progress conducted.


Complete social audits for existing customers



Install passive tracking units on 5 ea <30GT vessels
Test passive trackers with Global Fish Watch sat tracking system


Compile data as pilot for large scale traceable location and fishing pressure transparency

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Jan  2017
Jan-June 2017
Q1 2017

CompletedIn processMMAF unavailable
First completed 3 June
Units shipped. Deployment Q1 2017