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2018 PT Permata Marindo Jaya and Large Pelagics Workplan

July 26th, 2018|Indonesia, Uncategorized, Workplan|

PT  Permata Marindo Jaya and Large Pelagics Workplan (1 January  2018 – 31 December 2018)   Scope  The tuna and large pelagicsPT PermataMarindoJaya FIP is focusing on Yellowfin (Thunnuaalbacares), Bigeye (Thunnusobesus), Albacore Tuna (Thunnusalaiunga), Swordfish (Xiphius gladius), Mahi-Mahi (Coryphaenahippus), and Wahoo (Acanthocybiumsolandri). The main improvement areas identified include supporting the IndonesianNational TunaFishery Management Plan and archiving [...]

2018 Intan Workplan Snapper Grouper

July 26th, 2018|Indonesia, Snapper, Workplan|

Aru, Arafura and Timor Seas, Indonesia Snapper - Grouper Workplan (1January – 31 December 2018)  Scope Three species – Lutjanusmalabaricus (Malabar snapper), L. erythropterus (crimson or scarlet snapper), and Pristipomoidesmultidens (gold band snapper)  - are the most economically important fish for export from Indonesia. Total landing of snapper in Indonesia was118,608 tonnes in 2011, with [...]

Supporting the Future of Indonesian Fisheries

September 14th, 2016|Indonesia|

Announcement: P.T. Inti Lautan Fajar Abadi and P.T. Permata Marindo Jaya will be sharing the “Supporting the Future of Indonesian Fisheries” Logo going forward. This logo sharing marks the collaboration and best practices development for active and passive vessel tracking and traceability. The goal of this collaboration is to determine the most efficient and cost [...]

Snapper Timor Sea – Electronic Log Books

September 14th, 2016|Indonesia, Snapper, Traceability|

The 2015 highlights were the implementation of electronic log books (Elog) on two or three pilot vessels and the development of in house processing software that will allow for complete lot traceability form vessel to merchant. Both systems will be up and running in 2017 with further evaluation of Elogs as the most cost effective [...]

Indonesian Longline Demersal Fish

September 14th, 2016|Indonesia, Snapper|

The 2015 highlights were the implementation of electronic log books (Elog) on two or three pilot vessels and the development of in house processing software that will allow for complete lot traceability form vessel to merchant. Both systems will be up and running in 2017 with further evaluation of Elogs as the most cost effective [...]