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PROGRAM MARCH 7–9 2017, BERGEN, NORWAY Welcome to the world’s largest seafood business conference

MAIN SPONSORS

ORGANIZERS

IN COOPERATION WITH


WELCOME

DEAR DELEGATES

JØRGEN J LUND, Managing Director, North Atlantic Seafood Forum AS

WELCOME TO THE 12TH NASF CONFERENCE – DEDICATED TO THE GLOBAL SEAFOOD INDUSTRY We are living in a fast changing world, marked by increasing uncertainties, volatility and deep transformational changes. Population growth, production becoming more automated, prospects for decreasing globalisation, trade barriers, and nationalism herald a new tomorrow where trade disputes, cross border migrations and social unrest can escalate. As we speak, the world is being transformed technologically, economically, socially and politically. IN ALL OF THIS, THE GLOBAL SEAFOOD INDUSTRY IS BECOMING A BEACON OF SUSTAINABILITY. The 12th NASF Conference March 7-9 focus on the world seafood trade and market access – highlighting the ever increasing importance of the seafood industry in the world food trade. Seafood products are among the most widely traded commodities’ in the world, totalling well above US$ 150 billion annually. We continue to see a bright outlook for the seafood industry in all sectors, with major expansions ahead in the fishing and aquaculture sectors and related service provider industries in the years to come. After 12 years NASF has become one of the most important meeting places for anyone involved in seafood trade and business. We have an outstanding program, featuring more than 100 speakers in 11 seminars over 3 days, delivering real value to our delegates. By attending NASF you will get insights into vital developments forming the future of the industry. We continue our excellent industry trade seminars on the Salmon, White Fish, and Pelagic sectors, along with the NASF/MSC Sustainability session. We again focus on the retailing sector where a high level expert group along with major EU retailers are discussing the outlook for seafood in the European retailing scene. Finance and capital markets remain the cornerstone of NASF, where major investors, investments funds and CEO/CFOs for stock listed companies participate at Pareto Securities investor and capital markets seminar. A major expansion is taking place on NASF now so famous Day Zero, focusing on the NASF/ NCE Seafood Sustainability Cluster “Marine Innovation Day” and young leadership seminars, along with IMR/NIFES/UNIDO groundbreaking mesopelagic fisheries seminar. We are proud to announce the 4th National Delegation to NASF – France. Some 35 French seafood industry delegates from 20 companies are here. See an overview of these French firms inside this 12th NASF program. We welcome France to NASF this year. The NASF arena has become a renowned centre for developing business – as we say: “Come and do business where business is.” More than 800 seafood executives from 30 countries are coming to NASF in Bergen and will take part in our proceedings this year. We encourage everyone to make good use of this unique NASF relationship network. Our enlarged program is the result of interaction with leading seafood industry companies, partners, and stakeholders worldwide. We thank them for their strategic guidance and help in setting the right agenda, maintaining NASF as a true world class event. On behalf of the North Atlantic Seafood Forum, Pareto Securities, our co-organisers, and our distinguished sponsors, we warmly welcome you to the 12th NASF.

Yours very truly

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About the event

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Outline Conference Program

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Program Day Zero, March 7th

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Program Day One, March 8th

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Program Day Two, March 9th

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NASF Foyer Exhibition Area

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Welcome, Pareto Securities Seafood Team, Norway

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Welcome, Minister of Fisheries, Per Sandberg, Norway

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Welcome, Director General Li Yong, UNIDO, Vienna

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Welcome, Guus Pastoor, Chairman, European Seafood Federation, Brussels

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Welcome, Marcus Coleman, CEO, Seafish, UK

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NASF Directors

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International team

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NASF in partnership with Norway’s Aqua Nor and Nor-Fishing exhibitions

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NASF PROGRAMME PER 28 FEBRUARY 2017 The programme has been compiled with the maximum care and attention. Nevertheless the organiser cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions that may be present in the programme itself.

CONTENTS

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ABOUT THE EVENT The North Atlantic Seafood Forum is the world’s largest seafood b ­ usiness c ­ onference, and a leading ­executive meeting place for the seafood industry. In Bergen, March 7-9 2017, around 800 delegates from more than 30 countries and 300 ­companies will attend NASF. NASF is a broad annual industry event covering all major facets of the seafood sectors. NASF focuses on the key network between cutting edge innovation, technology, research, policy, finance, trade and commercialisation. The 12th conference in 2017 is an exellent opportunity to meet and interact with the leading world seafood operators, and other key players, along with financial institutions from the world’s largest seafood capital market, all in the same venue. Around 100 speakers will present papers in 11 seminars over 3 days.

NASF BUSINESS PLATFORM

THIS IS NORTH ATLANTIC SEAFOOD FORUM (NASF)  GET INSIGHTS into vital developments forming the future of the ­Industry  HEAR THE LATEST in innovative and commercial developments  LEARN about the industry’s political and legislative direction  UNDERSTAND the financial and economic issues affecting the market  CONNECT with leading seafood companies in the world The NASF conference will provide new and invaluable insights and give you the fast-track to the global seafood markets.  A PRE-CONFERENCE - sets focus on Marine innovations and Solutions and business development  OPENING SESSION - “Seafood policy and trade”; learn from politicians, i­ndustry captains and leading seafood companies

INNOVATION

POLICY

NASF

SUSTAINABILITY

 PARALLEL SESSIONS - for the latest update on industry challenges, s­ upply and market outlook, prices, innovation and business, and sustainability issues

FINANCE

 CORPORATE FINANCE SEMINAR - meet 13 of the world’s leading stocklisted seafood firms, investors and financiers

SUPPLY MARKETS & PRICING

 MAJOR INDUSTRY ARENA - for developing business and ­commercial ­opportunities

3 DAYS FULL OF EVENTS TUESDAY 7 MARCH SIDE EVENTS

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH

THURSDAY 9 MARCH

THE CONFERENCE SOCIAL EVENTS

NASF VIP Speakers Dinner King Haakon Hall hosted by City of Bergen

Drinks Reception - France National Delegation - NASF Exhibition Hall NASF Delegate Buffet Dinner Main Hall

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NASF Pelagic Industry Dinner NASF White Fish Industry Dinner

THE CONFERENCE will provide you with new and invaluable insights into world seafood markets and premium seafood companies together with innovative solutions. SOCIAL EVENTS The NASF meeting place consists of many different arenas for meeting the delegates in an unstressed atmosphere. Take part in the NASF social programme and use these networking opportunities.


MAIN SPONSORS 2017 The NASF organisors and conference partners wish to thank our distinguished main sponsors for their support. Their interest and backing of the NASF conference is an indispensible incentive for the NASF organisers to further develop this unique NASF arena as a leading business meeting place for executives in the global seafood industry.

MAIN SPONSORS

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Bergen – the marine capital of the world

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12th NASF 2017 SEMINAR OUTLINE BERGEN, NORWAY MARCH 7-9

Tuesday 7th DAY ZERO

Wednesday 8th DAY 1

Thursday 9th DAY 2

Location: Kongesalen 3-5

Kongesalen 1,2

09.00 10.00 SESSION 1 NASF/NCE Seafood Innovation Day “Technology innovations for global aquaculture sector”

13.00

14.00

Kongesalen 1-5

Kongesalen 1-2

Dreggen 7

Kongesalen 3-5

Bryggen museum

09.00

09.00

09.00

09.00

09.00

09.00

SESSION 2 IMR/NIFES/ FAO/UNIDO Workshop “Prospects for increased sustainable harvest from the oceans”

SESSION 4 Opening International trade and policy

SESSION 8 Pareto Investor Finance Seminar

SESSION 9 Pelagic Industry Summit

SESSION 10 NASF/MSC Substainability Seminar

SESSION 11 NASF/ ICWPF/ NSC Atlantic Prawn/ Shellfish/ Lobster/ Crab Seminar

10.40 Coffee break 11.15 SESSION 5 NASF Retail panel

13.00

13.00

13.00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14.00

14.00

14.00

14.00

14.00

14.00

14.00

SESSION 1 NASF/NCE Seafood Innovation Day

SESSION 2 IMR/NIFES/ FAO/UNIDO Workshop

SESSION 6 Global Salmon Summit

SESSION 7 White Fish Summit

Kongesalen 1-3

Kongesalen 4-5

SESSION 8 Pareto Investor Finance Seminar

SESSION 10 NASF/MSC Substainability Seminar

SESSION 11 NASF/ ICWPF/ NSC Atlantic Prawn/ Shellfish/ Lobster/ Crab Seminar

15.00 15.45 Coffee break

16.00 17.00 18.00 19.00

16.00

16.00

16.00

16.00

SESSION 3 NASF/NCE Young Leadership Summit

SESSION 6 Continues

SESSION 7 Continues

NASF White Fish executive workshop

Vågen

19.00

17.00 NASF Pelagic executive workshop

Drinks Reception - France National Delegation - NASF Exhibition Hall

20.00

24.00

20.00 NASF VIP Speakers Dinner King Haakon Hall

20.00

20.00

20.00

NASF Delegate Buffet Dinner Main Hall

NASF Executive Pelagic Industry Dinner

NASF Executive White Fish Industry Dinner

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DAY 0 MARCH 7th 09.00-10.00

Registration and coffee

Hotel foyer

PARALLEL SESSION 1 - 10.00-16.00

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SESSION 1: NASF/NCE SEAFOOD INNOVATION DAY - TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS FOR THE GLOBAL AQUACULTURE SECTOR

Kongesalen 3-5

10.00

Welcome to NCE Seafood Innovation Day

Einar Wathne, President, Cargill Aqua Nutrition, Norway

10.15

Financing Innovation

Anne Hvistendahl, Head of Foods & Seafood, DNB, Norway

10.40

The Next Frontiers of Technology Environmental Monitoring

Andreas Morland, CEO, Seasmart, Norway

10.55

The Next Frontiers of Technology Frontline digitalization

Per Erik Hansen, CEO, MT-Aqua, Norway

11.05

The Next Frontiers of Technology 3D Visualisation to Support Innovation in Aquaculture

Helge Bjordal, CEO, NagellD, Norway

11.20

Coffee break

11.50

Big Data Analytics - Digitalization Technology and “Internet of things” in Aquaculture

Loek Vredenberg, CTO and Technical Leader, IBM, Norway

12.05

Design Thinking in Technology Development

Henning Dahl, Manager of Innovation, Knowit, Norway

12.15

Novel Technical Solutions - Genetics

Morten Rye, Managing Director, Akvaforsk Genetics, Norway

12.20

Novel Technical Solutions - Vaccines

Petter Frost, Director Research Science, MSD, Norway

12.40

Novel Technical Solutions - Vaccines

Morten Norstad, CEO, Pharmaq, Norway

12.50

Novel Technical Solutions - Feed

Sigurd Tonheim, Business Develop Manager, Cargill, Norway

13.00

Lunch break

14.00

New Technology for Sustainable Growth - Development Licence, Innovating “the Egg”

Geir Atle Rød, Business Develop Manager, Hauge Aqua, Norway

14.10

New Technology for Sustainable Growth - New approaches

Øyvind Oaland, Global Director for Research and Development, Marine Harvest, Norway


DAY 0 MARCH 7th Dialogue: “Havfarm” – Innovation cross talk between Ocean Industries

Bjarne Johansen, Environmental Advisor, Nordlaks / Håkon Ådnanes, Project Manager, NSK Ship Design

15.00

Debate: Will the new Development Licences Increase Sustainability?

Øyvind Oaland, Global Director for Research and Development, Marine Harvest / Ove Trellevik, Conservative Party, The Norwegian Parliament / Ingrid Heggø, Labour Party, The Norwegian Parliament / Bendik Fyhn Terjesen, Director, CtrlAqua

15.45

Closing remarks

Bjørgolfur Havardsson, R&D Manager, NCE Seafood, Norway

14.30

PARALLEL SESSION 2 - 09.00 – 16.00

SESSION 2: IMR/NIFES/FAO/UNIDO - NASF SIDE EVENT: “PROSPECTS FOR INCREASED SUSTAINABLE HARVEST FROM THE OCEAN”

Kongesalen 1-2

09.00

Welcome

Sissel Rogne, CEO, Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway

09.10

Opening address

Li Yong, Director General, UNIDO, Vienna

09.25

Global overview fisheries and aquaculture (SOFIA) including discards of bycatch and rest raw material in fisheries

Stefania Vannuccini, FAO, Rome

09.45

Coffee break

10.05

From waste via silage to feed

Siv Østervold, Hordafor, Norway

10.25

On board hydrolysis

Tore Roaldsnes, Nordic Wildfish, Norway

10.45

Utilizing most of the long-line catch

Paul Harald Leinebø, Leinebris AS, Norway

11.05

The REBYC project

Daniela Kalikoski, FAO, Rome

11.20

Management considerations

Trond Ottemo, Directorate of Fisheries, Norway

11.35

Harvesting zooplankton - the Calanus case

Kurt Tande, Calanus AS, Norway

11.50

Q&A

12.00

Lunch break

13.00

Sustainable harvest potential, mesoplagics

Tor Klevjer, IMR, Norway

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DAY 0 MARCH 7th 13.15

Strategy for sustainable mesopelagic fisheries

Torbjørn Torvik, Directorate of Fisheries, Norway

13.30

Industry plans, challenges and ambitions

Jonny Lokøy, Endre Dyrøy AS, Norway

13.45

The Icelandic case

Thorsteinn Sigurdsson, MRI, Iceland

14.05

Financial aspects – Views from the Capital Markets

Petter Dragesund, Pareto Securities, Norway

14.20

Coffee break

14.40

China-Norway cooperation on sustainable multi-trophic aquaculture

Dr Jian-Guang Fang, Mariculture Ecology Division, Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, CAFS Qingdao, China

14.55

Harvesting and sustainable management of brown seaweed

Trond Helgerud, FMC Health and Nutrition, Norway

15.10

“Ocean forest” - Seaweed culture in Norway

Harald Sveier, Lerøy Seafood Group, Norway

15.25

Nutritional value of new raw materials for food and feed

Gro Ingunn Hemre, NIFES, Norway

15.45

3 = 2 – imperfections in the value chain

Johan H. Williams, Ministry of trade, industry and fisheries, Norway

16.00

Summing up

FAO and IMR

PLENARY SESSION 16.00-19.00

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SESSION 3: NASF/NCE YOUNG LEADERSHIP SEMINAR

Vågen

16.00

Welcome to 12th NASF arena

Jørgen J. Lund, Managing Director and Mike Berthet, Director, North Atlantic Seafood Forum, Norway

16.15

Leadership and Innovation for a Global Seafood Industry

Linda Nøstbakken, Professor NHH, Norway

16.35

The Seafood Industry in a Global Context

Arne Mogster, CEO, Austevoll Seafood, Norway

17.00

Qualities for Intenational Management Skills

Katrine Trovik, Head of Division, DNB, Norway

17.20

Q&A/ Panel discussion

17.45

Drinks & Mingling

20.00-24.00

NASF VIP Speakers Reception (By invitation only)

King Haakon Hall. Hosted by City of Bergen


DAY 1 MARCH 8th PLENARY SESSIONS

08.00-09.00

Registration and coffee

Kongesalen 1-5

SESSION 4: OPENING SESSION – INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND POLICY

Kongesalen 1-5

09.00

Opening and Welcome Remarks

Guus Pastor, Conference Chair, Chairman AIPCEE, Brussels

09.10

Outlook for Norwegian Fisheries and Seafood Sector

Per Sandberg, Minister of Fisheries, Norway

09.30

UN Oceans Conference New York, June 6-9. Overview and main themes (by video link)

Peter Thompson, President, UN General Assembly, New York. Introduction by Director General Li Yong, UNIDO, Vienna

09.50

Sustainable use of Global Marine Resources

Sissel Rogne, CEO, Institute for Marine Research, Norway

10.10

The new China - new market opportunities in the Chinese seafood market

Sigmund Bjørgo, Director of China and Hong Kong, Norwegian Seafood Council

10.30

Impact of Brexit on international trade

Emiko Terazono, Online Commodities Editor, Financial Times, London

10.50

Coffee break

SESSION 5: NASF RETAIL PANEL “SEAFOOD CATEGORY EXPANSION”

Kongesalen 1-5

11.15

Introduction by Moderator

Jonathan Banks, Seminar Chair, NASF Director Retail Sector

11.20

Growing categories

Claire Nuttall, Consultant, UK

11.40

Packaging for retail sales growth

Andrew Streeter, Consultant UK

12.00

Panel introductions

Jocelyne Alix, Global Category Manager Fresh Fish. Metro, France / Herve Streifer, Director, METRO, Germany / Hartwig Retzlaff, CEO, Deutsche See, Germany / Jerome Lafon, Aquimer, France

12.20

Round table discussion

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DAY 1 MARCH 8th

12.45

Greetings from France / Welcome to 7 PM Cocktail reception

13.00

NASF Delegate Lunch

Frédéric de Moncagny, Chair France at 12th NASF 2017 National Delegation steering committee

PARALLEL SESSION 6 - 14.00–17.15

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SESSION 6: GLOBAL SALMON SUPPLY, MARKETS AND PRICES

Kongesalen 1-3

14.00

Pareto Welcome remarks

Henning Lund, analyst Pareto Securities, Norway

14.05

Global Salmon outlook

Ragnar Nystøl, CEO Kontali, Norway

14.25

How we increase seafood demand

Henning Beltestad, CEO Lerøy Seafood Group, Norway

14.45

Panel Debate I - Norway: Is it regulatory or sustainability limitations that potentially will make it hard to increase farming production in Norway

Roy Angelvik, Secretary of State, Ministry of Fisheries, Norway / Alf Helge Aarskog, CEO Marine Harvest Group / Per Grieg, Chairman Grieg Seafood / Geir Molvik, CEO, Cermaq

15.30

Coffee break

16.00

Driving innovation through supply chain partnerships: new sources of omega 3

Walter Raktisky, Executive Vice President, Emerging Markets, TerraVia, USA

16.15

What will happen in 2017 and intro to panel debate

Henning Lund, analyst Pareto Securities, Norway

16.30

Panel Debate II - Chile: What will make Chilean salmonid farming sustainable and competitive again

Jose Ramon Gutierrez, Executive President Multiexport Foods / Geir Molvik, CEO Cermaq / Alf Helge Aarskog, CEO Marine Harvest Group / Yngve Myhre, Chariman Nova Austral.


DAY 1 MARCH 8th PARALLEL SESSION 7 - 14.00–18.15

SESSION 7: NASF GLOBAL WHITE FISH SUMMIT

Kongesalen 4-5

14.00

Opening and Welcome Remarks

Seminar Chair, Thomas Farstad, Lerøy / Norway Seafoods, Norway

14.05

Outlook for North Atlantic white fish supply and quotas

Þorgerður Katrín Gunnarsdóttir, Minister of Fisheries Iceland, Iceland

14.30

Barents Sea – Russia and Norway Cooperation

Otto Gregussen, CEO, The Norwegian Fishermen’s Association, Norway

14.50

White fish World supplies and market outlook

Ragnar Nystøl, CEO Kontali, Norway

15.10

Mediterranean hake supplies and market outlook

David Troncoso Garcia-Cambon, Director Nueva Pescanova, Spain

15.30

Coffee break

16.10

Outlook for Namibian Hake and Markets

Peter Pahl, CEO, SEAWORK Fish Processors, Namibia

16.30

Lerøy’s newly acquired Norway whitefish companies to join salmon in chilled ‘revolution’

Åshild Nakken, Director Market and Business Development, Lerøy Seafoods, Norway

16.50

China – outlook for white fish markets and seafood imports

Gorjan Nikolik, Associate Director, Rabo Bank, Netherlands

17.20

Extending shelf life of wild and farmed fish by 7 days

Jón Birgir Gunnarsson, Sales Director, Skaginn 3X, Iceland

17.40

Q&A

18.15

Closing remarks

By Chair

19.00-20.00

France at 12th NASF national delegation Cocktail party

Ambassador Jean-François Dobelle, France. NASF Exhibition Hall

20.00-24.00

NASF Delegate Buffet Dinner (for registered delegates)

Main Hall

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DAY 2 MARCH 9th PARALLEL SESSION 8 - 09.00-15.30

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SESSION 8: PARETO SEAFOOD FINANCE SEMINAR

Kongesalen 1-2

09.00

Marine Harvest, Norway

CEO Alf Helge Aarskog

09.30

AKVA Group, Norway

CEO Hallvard Muri

09.50

Grieg Seafood, Norway

CEO Andreas Kvame

10.10

Coffee break

10.30

Norway Royal Salmon, Norway

CEO Charles Høstlund

10.50

Austevoll Seafood, Norway

CEO Arne Møgster

11.10

Huon Aquaculture, Australia

Deputy CEO Philip Wiese

11.30

Multiexport, Chile

CEO Andres Lyon

12.00

Lunch break

13.00

Benchmark, UK

CEO Malcolm Pye

13.20

Bakkafrost, Faroes Islands

CEO Regin Jacobsen

13.40

Scottish Salmon Company, UK

CEO Craig Anderson

14.05

Coffee break

14.25

Lerøy Seafood Group, Norway

CFO Sjur Malm

14.50

Salmar, Norway

CFO Trond Tuvstein

15.30

End Seminar


DAY 2 MARCH 9th 08.00-09.00

Registration and coffee

Dreggen 7

PARALLEL SESSION 9 - 09.00-13.00

SESSION 9: NASF PELAGIC SUMMIT

Dreggen 7

09.00

Welcome and Opening remarks by Seminar Chair

Paul Magnus Oma, CEO, Norwegian sales organization for pelagic fish, Norway

09.10

Global Pelagic Supplies and Market Overview

Gunn Strandheim, Analyst, Kontali, Norway

09.30

Southern Africa pelagic supply outlook

David Russel, Consultant, David Russell Fisheries Consultancy, Namibia

09.50

Outlook for Peru pelagic supplies and exports

Rossana Ortiz, CEO, Exalmar, Peru

10.10

Outlook for pelagic supplies and quotas in the North Atlantic

Oli Samro, Director, FAREC International, Faroes Islands

10.30

Coffee break

11.00

Outlook for fish meal and fish oil supplies

Dr Enrico Bachis, Chief Analyst, IFFO, UK

11.20

Outlook for fish feed markets

Helene Ziv, RMS Director, Cargill, France

11.40

Update on pelagic markets and impact of new alternative ingredients on fish meal and fish oil markets

Gorjan Nikolik, Associate Director, Rabo Bank, The Netherlands

12.00

Pelagic demand outlook for Eastern Europe and EU

Katia Tribilustova, Analyst, Eurofish, Denmark

12.20

Impact of Brexit on quotas and supplies

Torben Foss, Director, PwC, Norway

12.40

Q&A – panel debate

Moderated by seminar Chair

12.55

Closing remarks

By seminar Chair

13.00

Lunch

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DAY 2 MARCH 9th PARALLEL SESSION 10 - 09.00-15.15

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SESSION 10: NASF/MSC SUSTAINABILITY AND COMMUNICATIONS MAIN THEME: “WE CAN FEED THE WORLD, SUSTAINABLY”

Kongesalen 3-5

09.00

Welcome and Opening by Seminar Chair

Prof Dr Horst Lang, Head of QA Environment and Workers Health and Safety, Globus, Germany

09.10

How seafood can feed the world

Stefania Vannuccini, UN FAO, Rome

09.30

Future of Spaceship Earth. A road-test against the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) to guide customers and stakeholders

Jørgen Hanson, Principal Consultant, DNV GL Business Assurance, Norway

09.50

Sustainability goals in business. Cermaq’s approach to SDG 14 (Life below water)

Wenche Grønbrekk, Head of Sustainability & Risk, Cermaq Group AS, Norway

10.10

Promoting low-impact seafood in certification and policy

Dr Friederike Ziegler, Agrifood and Bioscience Senior scientist, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

10.30

Coffee break

11.00

A vision for the future of responsible aquaculture

George Chamberlain, President of Global Aquaculture Alliance, USA

11.20

Progress on developing a standard for aquaculture feeds

Michiel Fransen, Standards & Certification Coordinator, Aquaculture Stewardship Council, The Netherlands

11.40

The role of a standard-setter and ecolabel in delivering a sustainable future for seafood

Camiel Derichs, Director Europe at Marine Stewardship Council, The Netherlands

12.00

How a retailer communicates sustainability to their customers

Britta Gallus, Director, Supply Chain Management CoC at METRO AG, Germany

12.20

Panel Q&A Session

Chaired by Prof Dr Horst Lang

12.45

Lunch

13.45

Introduction by the Chair

Prof Dr Horst Lang, Head of QA, Environment and Workers Health and Safety, Globus, Germany

13.50

Working with the market to deliver sustainability gains

Truls Gulowsen, Head of Greenpeace Norway

14.10

Using evidence to reassure the market in new fishing grounds

Webjorn Barstad, CEO Havfisk, Norway


DAY 2 MARCH 9th 14.30

A retrospective on the journey towards sustainable seafood

Marcus Coleman, CEO, Seafish

14.50

Panel Q&A Session

Prof Dr Horst Lang, Head of QA Environment and Workers Health and Safety, Globus, Germany

15.10

Chair’s closing remarks

Prof Dr Horst Lang, Head of QA Environment and Workers Health and Safety, Globus, Germany

08.00-09.00

Registration and coffee

In hotel exhibition hall

PARALLEL SESSION 11 - 09.00-15.00

SESSION 11: NASF/ICWPF/ NORWEGIAN SEAFOOD COUNCIL SHRIMPS/LOBSTERS AND SHELL FISH

Bryggen Museum

09.00

Opening and welcome

Renate Larsen, CEO, Norwegian Seafood Council, Norway

09.10

Agenda and procedure of the day

Jens Henrik Møller, Partner, GEMBA Seafood Consulting, Denmark

09.15

Trends in global shellfish consumption – where are the shellfish markets?

Kristin Lien, Market analyst, Norwegian Seafood Council, Norway

09.35

Serve the best menu – Sushi is increasing – how do shellfish get a bigger part?

Lise Lotte Callesøe, CEO, Flying Seafood Group Foods, Denmark

10.00

“It´s the consumer stupid”

Charles Boardman, Procurement Director, Icelandic Seachill, UK

10.20

The high-end market for shellfish in Asia – developments and trends

Daughin Montgomery Chan, Vice President, Scandinavian Group, China

10.45

Q and A

10.50

Coffee break

Coffee will be served at Bryggen Museum

11.10

The secrets of king crab and snow crab in Asia

Gøril Voldnes, Researcher, Nofima, Norway / Erlend Johansen, Sales Manager, CapeFish, Norway

11.50

The position of cold water prawns and how to compete with warm water prawns

Henrik Espersen, Director, Ocean Prawn and Committee Chairman for Crustaceans - Danish Seafood Association, Denmark

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DAY 2 MARCH 9th 12.20

Branding of shellfish - a part of the Lerøy Brand

12.45

Q and A

13.00

Lunch

Lunch will take place at Radisson Blu Royal Hotel just beside Bryggen Museum

14.00

The search for the next ingredient: transparency

Alessandro Porcelli, Founder and Director, Cook it Raw, Italy

14.30

Brand building in retail

Jan Hillesland, Co-Founder, BigBlue & Company, Norway

14.55

Q and A

15.00

Panel debate: Learnings - what can we take home to day – and what do we do?

15.30

Thank you and closing remarks

Morten Hyldborg Jensen, Head of team whitefish, Lerøy, Norway

Renate Larsen, CEO, Norwegian Seafood Council, Norway

NASF WHITE FISH EXECUTIVE WORKSHOP - 16.00-20.00 ORGANIZED BY NASF, NERGAARD AND LERØY SEAFOOD / NORWAY SEAFOODS

NASF PELAGIC EXECUTIVE WORKSHOP - 17.00-20.00 ORGANIZED BY NASF AND NORGES SILDESALGSLAG (NORWEGIAN FISHERMEN’S SALES ORGANIZATION FOR PELAGIC FISH) 20.00-24.00

NASF Executive Pelagic Industry Dinner

20.00-24.00

NASF Executive White Fish Industry Dinner

THANK YOU FROM THE SEAFOOD INDUSTRY TO BAADER: Baader’s investment in research and development has continuously provided the industry with cutting-edge technology solutions which have improved the industry production lines’ efficiency and profitability. This enables companies to provide their customers with great products at competitive prices.

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The industry views Baader’s inputs as one of the keys to their business development, as they take their business forward. Thank you from Baader to the seafood processing community for 98 years of mutually beneficial cooperation and partnerships.


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STRANDA PROLOG

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HOLBERG FONDENE

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SAI

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THOMMESSEN

COFFEE

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SKAGINN - 3X

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NOR-FISHING

5 14 MSD/MERCK FOYER

DNVGL

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SØLVTRANS

BENCHMARK

PARETO SECURITIES

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KONTALI

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We are proud to welcome you to the 12th North Atlantic Seafood Forum A trusted advisor to the domestic and international seafood industry Selected seafood clients past years

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The most important Meeting Place for seafood business, expertise and networking

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NASF DIRECTORS

NASF has appointed 4 well-known industry seafood veterans representing more than 150 years of collective experiences as international directors, covering several vital business areas including: Retailing, food service, fisheries, oceans, sustainability, international trade and international business development.

JÜRGEN MATERN – NASF DIRECTOR FOR OCEANS AND SUSTAINABILITY, GERMANY Jürgen studied Food technology in the later 1970th. Post graduate he collected over eight years first experiences in the food industry as Research and Development Manager in international companies. Between 1991 and 2017 he worked over 26 years for METRO Group, the most international Retailer. Starting as the Quality Assurance Manager for Food in the Buying company of METRO Germany, he took over in the following years the he assumed the obligation as well for Non Food and for all Countries, before he moved 2010 into the METRO Holding, responsible for Sustainability. Jürgen represented METRO in a couple of international Initiatives. To improve Food Safety, he was a driving force in developing the International Featured Standards (IFS) and the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). As Member of MSC, GSSI, World Economic Forum (Ocean GAC), he assured that Consumer Demands are linked into these initiatives. Tel: 0049 151 59880196 / E-mail: jure.matern@t-online.de JONATHAN BANKS - NASF RETAIL RELATIONS DIRECTOR, UK During his 30+ years in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry, Jonathan has held senior sales and marketing positions in multinational manufacturers and a retailer. In 2010 he left Nielsen, the world’s largest market research group, where for the previous 7 years he was their European Business Insight Director. Jonathan specialises in tracking and predicting consumer behaviour and trends. By turning data into actionable insights, he helps manu- facturers and retailers formulate winning strategies and tactics. Tel: +44 (0)7764 635379 / E-mail: jonathan@jonathanbanks-associates.co.uk

MIKE BERTHET - NASF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, UK A qualified Chef who has over 30 years of experience in Fish and Seafood, Mike has had a successful career with the leading UK food service company M&J Seafood. He has had focus on sustainability issues to ensures the company’s passion and commitment to responsible sourcing is maintained. Mike has been working with the Industry, Govern- ments, NGO’s and Fishermen to identify the drivers for consistent advancement of safe sustainable fishing and connecting the Food Service Industry seamlessly, end to end, to embrace the necessary changes for a ‘Perpetual Harvest’ that can feed this and future generations. As well as developing the direction and policies of both M&J Seafood and the wider UK Brakes Group, Mike is also a board member with Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA). He also represents Food Service on a range of committees such as the Seafish Common Language Group and City and Guilds Hospitality and Advisory Group and ensures our passion and commitment to responsible sourcing is maintained. Tel: + 44 7776 256942 / E-mail: mikeberthet@btinternet.com ERIK HEMPEL - NASF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DIRECTOR, NORWAY Erik Hempel holds an M.Sc. in Political Science from the University of Oslo. His 40-year career in fisheries includes over 20 years in Asia and Africa. He has worked for FAO as Director of the INFOFISH organization in Kuala Lumpur (1981-1985), INFOPECHE in Abidjan(1985 – 1987), and INFOSA in Windhoek (2004 – 2008). Over the past ten years, he has worked as an international fisheries and aquaculture consultant in numerous countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Tel: +47 9084 1124 / E-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com

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NASF INTERNATIONAL TEAM

NASF REPRESENTATIVES BY COUNTRY/REGION NASF is proud to present our International Team. These national Representatives are all highly skilled consultants with a long background in the international seafood industry. As a group they represent a unique competence and market expertise network. We wish them every success with their NASF marketing endeavours.

JEAN-NOEL CALON - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, FRANCE Jean-Noe?l is a versatile professional with a +30 year professional experience in projects management, communications, public relations and economic development both in France and North America. In charge in Boulogne sur mer of France’s number one seafood cluster and on the biggest hubs in Northern Europe, he also belongs to NGO Blue Fish and is a militant of sustainable fishing in a sustainable environment. Tel: 33 624 601796 / E-mail: jncalon@agglo-boulonnais.fr

DAVE RUSSELL - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, SOUTHERN AFRICA Born in Kenya, David has a MSc. in Natural Resource Management from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Since 2000 he has operated as a fishing industry consultant, primarily in Namibia and other SADC region countries. He has 25 years’ experience in the fishing industry, with experience in areas such as: fisheries marketing, processing, and value chain analysis. Tel: + 264 81 233 57 48 / E-mail: davelin@iway.na

TOMASZ KULIKOWSKI - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, POLAND & BALTIC STATES Tomasz is editor-in-chief of the “Fish Industry Magazine”, the leading seafood magazine in Poland. He specialises in analysis of the fish market, consumer preferences, and advises on fish consumption and international trade statistics for national associations and international organizations. He is also Chairman of the Fish Market Development Association in Gdynia. With the appointment of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, he is a member of the board of the Polish Fish Promotion Fund. Tel: +48 501 623 816 / E-mail: mprfish@gmail.com ALEXANDER WEVER - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND Alexander covers the German markets along with Austria and Switzerland. He has experience as Category and Division Manager at Globus Hyper Market Chain and Metro Cash&Carry Germany. He now runs his own business – AWF, Alexander Wever Fisch Consulting. Alexander is also Member of the Bremen Fish International Fair consulting committee since 2003. Tel: + 49 2381 3058647 / E-mail: alexander.wever@aw-fisch.de

SIMON DWYER - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, UK Simon has worked closely with the seafood sector on a global basis and in particular, with the physical movement aspects within the supply chain, for over 20 years. Simon is based in Grimsby, UK. He is a member of the Humber Seafood Institute Board and Chairman of their Trade Corridor Group. Simon is a shareholder and Managing Director of Seafox Management Consultants Ltd. Tel: + 44 7866501894 / E-mail: simon@seafront.no

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STEINAR J. ENGESET - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, CANADA Steinar is an educated mechanical engineer from Sweden. He served in the Norwegian Air Force before starting a career in the shipping/fishing business and has been a part of developing both vessels and companies in the marine industry. From 1977-1987 he developed the Northern Shrimp industry and from 1987 to present has been a part owner in fishing companies. He has developed projects in sectors from the cruise industry, the fishing industry and offshore oil. Steinar held the Honorary Consul position in Nova Scotia for Norway from 1989 to 2013. Tel: 902 468 7100 / E-mail: sengeset@nfsl.ca JENS HENRIK MOLLER - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, DENMARK, SWEDEN, FAROE ISLANDS, GREENLAND Jens has worked in the seafood and food industry for more than 25 years. In GEMBA Jens advises customers within the seafood and maritime sector. GEMBA Seafood Consulting is today involved in innovation, sustainability, strategic development, and market analyses within the seafood and maritime sectors. Economic analysis and strategic develop- ment of ports have also been one of the major competencies of the consultancy. Jens is also the secretary of The International Cold Water Prawn Forum (ICWPF). Tel: +45 4079 1011 / E-mail: jm@gemba.dk KRISTJAN DAVIDSSON - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, ICELAND Kristjan has a Master in Fisheries Science and a Fishing Captains degree. His professional experience ranges from Sales Manager of Seafood & Seafood Processing Technology to Management; Executive as CEO of Export, Fishing & Processing Companies and Non-Executive as Board Member/Chairman of fish farming, fishing, processing, exporting, technology, software, supplements & finance industry companies in Europe and S-America. He is CEO of his own investment & consulting company. Tel: +354 - 618 8272 & 562 8272 / E-mail: kristjan@davidsson.is PAUL VAN DER HEIJDEN - NASF REPRESENTATIVE, BENELUX Paul is a solution provider with a strong emphasis on sustainable- & system innovation. The technologies focus on reducing total costs of ownership while improving performance compared to conventional systems. MatureDevelopment BV, Voorburg, the Netherlands. Tel: +31 858 78 67 72 / E-mail: info@maturedevelopment.com

MIKE MITCHELL - ADVISOR SUSTAINABILITY SECTOR, UK Mike Mitchell is Technical & CSR Advisor to the UK’s largest seafood manufacturing business, Young’s Seafood Ltd. Considered to be one of UK’s most influential seafood executives, Mike has worked in the industry since 1981, in the areas of Technical management and Corporate Social Responsibility. During his time with Young’s, Mike has held a wide range of operational roles. In 2015, Mike formed his own business with focus in three fields: seafood sustainability, product integrity and social accountability in wild capture fisheries. Tel: +447801146069 / E-mail: fairseaslimited@gmail.com TANJA HOEL - MANAGING DIRECTOR, NCE SEAFOOD INNOVATION CLUSTER, NORWAY Tanja Hoel, a Chicago born, grew up in the south of Norway and is a trained marine biologist from the University of Bergen and Hawaii Pacific University. A former teacher at the Fisherman’s School in the Austevoll archipelago, she has 10 years of management experience in regional and national projects both for the seafood industry and the authorities. Hoel was the general manager for Fiskeriforum Vest, a networking organisation for the seafood industry on the west coast, an organisation that was the precursor for the NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster. The cluster achieved the status of a member of Norwegian Centres of Expertise for sustainable seafood production in 2015. +47 92 80 13 15 / E-mail: tanja@seafoodinnovation.no 29


NASF IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AQUA NOR AND NOR-FISHING EXHIBITIONS NASF is an international partner with Norway’s two major aquaculture and fisheries exhibitions

Nor-Fishing is one of the world’s leading fisheries technology exhibitions and has been held every other year for over 50 years. The exhibition features over 450 exhibitors from 25 countries and about 15.000 visitors from over 50 countries. The next exhibition will be held 15-18 August 2017.

Aqua Nor is the world’s largest aquaculture technology exhibition, featuring about 500 exhibitors from about 30 countries and 17.500 visitors from over 60 countries. The exhibition is held every other year in Trondheim, Norway. The next Aqua Nor will be held 21-24 August 2018.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEB SITE WWW.NOR-FISHING.NO OR CONTACT: • Mr. Ola Eriksen, Managing Director, Tel. +47 9220 3415, e-mail: ola@trondheimspektrum.no • Mrs. Kari Steinsbø, Project Manager, Tel. +47 7356 8540, e-mail: kari@nor-fishing.no • Mr. Erik Hempel, Communications Director, Tel. +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com

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SOCIAL EVENTS The NASF meeting place consists of different arenas for meeting the delegates in an unstressed atmosphere.Take part in the social programme and use the networking opportunities in addition to the conference coffee-breaks and lunches.

Haakon’s Hall is a medieval stone hall located inside Bergenhus Fortress. The hall was constructed in the middle of the 13th century, during the reign of King Håkon Håkonsson (1217–1263). In medieval times, it was the largest building of the royal palace in Bergen, then the capital of Norway. It is the largest secular medieval building in Norway.

Foto: C. K. Leung.

TUESDAY 7 MARCH CITY OF BERGEN, SPEAKER’S VIP RECEPTION. By invitation only. conference badges required. Hosted by City of Bergen 20.00 - 22.00

THURSDAY 9 MARCH PELAGIC INDUSTRY EXECUTIVE MEETING By invitation only. Hosted by the Norwegian Fishermen’s Sales Organization for Pelagic Fish and NASF. 17.00 - 23.00

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH FRANCE DELEGATION COCKTAIL RECEPTION Cocktails in the NASF Exhibition Area 19.00 - 20.00

THURSDAY 9 MARCH WHITE FISH INDUSTRY EXECUTIVE MEETING By invitation only. Hosted by Nergaard, Norway Seafoods and NASF 16.00 - 23.00

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH NASF CONFERENCE DELEGATE BUFFET DINNER The reception at the Conference hotel opens at 20.00 and lasts until 24.00. Buffet food and drinks will be served. For registered conference delegates only. Invitation cards and conference badges required.

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Appendix FRANCE NATIONAL DELEGATION TO 12TH NASF 2017 OVERVIEW OF COMPANIES

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Dear Friends, Humanity is facing the biggest challenges since ever: 9 billion people to be feed, cared and cured by 2050 on our Earth Planet actually in danger. The ocean gives us every solution thanks to marine resources and especially seafood products. From production to final consumption or utilization, including the different ways of transformation, ocean responds to human needs. OECD and FAO demonstrate the ocean importance for our future in their Reports dedicated to Maritime Economy in 2030, to State on Fisheries and Aquaculture, and to Bioeconomy in 2030. The businesses associated to different seafood products grew up, thanks to research and industry pushing the frontiers of knowledge and innovation, getting thus a better control on the whole value chain. Now to foster the seafood industry we must integrate more strenuously investors and consumers into the innovation projects, and we have to create more synergies between countries.

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This is one of the purpose of the North Atlantic Seafood Forum and the French Delegation shares it. France has strong links with Norway in a lot of industries and especially in seafood industry. The French Maritime Cluster is pleased and honoured to escort companies, clusters and local stakeholders representing the French proven know-how in this Forum of excellence, at the heart of Norway, the emblematic fish market place. FrĂŠdĂŠric MONCANY de SAINT-AIGNAN President of the French Maritime Cluster

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THE SEAFOD HUB IN THE HEART OF EUROPE France is the European seafood hub par excellence ! Ideally located at the junction of Northern and Southern Europe, France has been for years and still is the main European market for Norwegian salmon and white fish accounting for more than 600Mâ‚Ź in 2016. France is also traditionally a net importer of seafood from UK, Denmark and Netherlands while Spain and Italy are its main export markets. From the fishermen to the market, the sector has a solid reputation for premium and quality, focused on fresh fish and shellfish. Its competitive market with an average consumption of 35kg/ capita, its advanced training and research centers across the country, its fishing ports on the North sea, the English channel, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean coasts, make France a major player in the seafood sector. Bienvenue en France ! Longue vie au North Atlantic Seafood Forum !


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CLUSTER MARITIME FRANÇAIS

FRANCE AGRIMER

Adresse 47, rue de Monceau 75008 Paris 8e - FRANCE

Adresse 12 rue Henri Rol Tanguy TSA 20002 93555 Montreuil cedex - FRANCE

Contact : Phone : +33 1 42 25 00 48 Mail : contact@cluster-maritime.fr

Contact : Jérôme Lafon Délégué de Filière Pêche et Aquaculture Tel : +33 1 73 30 24 92 Mob. : +33 6 19 88 08 21 Mail : jerome.lafon@franceagrimer.fr Site : www.franceagrimer.fr

The French Maritime Cluster builds the French Maritime Place with a transverse approach of the Maritime Sector. France is a maritime nation. With 5.500 km of coastline and its overseas territories France possesses the second largest exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the world : 11 million km². France’s maritime economic sector provides around 71 billion Euros worth of production and 300.000 jobs. The CMF was created in 2006 to gather the whole of the maritime activities and to promote the French maritime sector from research centres to companies, including universities and local authorities. The CMF consists of 430 members representing the different maritime industries: shipbuilding, shipping, ports, brokers, insurances, banks, marine and oceanographic research marine, competitiveness clusters, the French Navy, etc. The seafood industry has a great place: fishermen, fishing boat owners and operators, fishing ports, fish farming, seaweed culture, transformation companies from feeding to biotechnologies, and associated services. Since 2006, the CMF has validated and confirmed its action plan along three main strands : n Institutional Communication : our Annual Review (analytical and business tool collating all essential data on Maritime in France) and the “Assises de l’Economie de la Mer” (2 days of top level conferences on maritime topics gathering maritime stakeholders and decision makers) n Operational Synergies : working groups (meetings of executives from our members to facilitate business) and networking lunches (for mixing members and creating a favourable environment for new business opportunities) n Lobbying : for the members and for the maritime sector

FranceAgriMer is the french national agency for agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture products, under the authority of the French Ministry for Agriculture and Food. It acts as a management and arbitration tool, a platform dedicated to fostering strategic thinking and exchanges of information and ideas between professional organizations and the administration. Our missions regarding the seafood sector as a service provider on behalf of the french Government, FranceAgriMer : n monitors markets and provides an economic expertise, from the first sale of sea products to consumer behaviour, helping operators to design their development strategies; n manages market regulation instruments and provides national and EU subsidies, especially regarding innovation or promotion of seafood; n ensures cooperation and close dialogue within the fishery and aquaculture sector; n takes part in technical cooperation activities and helps promoting French sectors abroad.

Actually 7 overseas maritime clusters have been created in the different French overseas territories in cooperation with the French Maritime Cluster. The maritime sector exports a lot. For this reason, the CMF is also dynamic abroad : n Co-foundation of the European Network of Maritime Cluster to promote the importance of Blue Growth for the European economy. n Creation of French Maritime Cluster Committees in Singapore and in Hong Kong. They work like business clubs promoting the French companies and offering advice and expert assessments for those who want to develop in Asia.

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AQUIMER Adresse 16, rue du Commandant Charcot CS 10381 62206 Boulogne-sur-Mer CEDEX - FRANCE Contact : Claire Caralp Tél. : 00 33 (0)3 21 10 78 98 claire.caralp@poleaquimer.com Site web : www.poleaquimer.com

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CENTRE DE FORMATION AUX PRODUITS DE LA MER ET DE LA TERRE Adresse 8-10 rue de Verdun 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer - FRANCE Contact : Tél. : 00 33 (0)3 21 99 20 50 Fax : 00 33 (0)3 21 99 20 59 Port. : 00 33 (0)6 46 77 42 82 contact@cfpmt.fr Site web : www.cfpmt.fr WHO WE ARE CFPMT (stands for “Seafood and Agri-business Training Centre”) is a vocational training institution established in 1968 by industry professionals. Our organization aims to provide vocational trainings and consulting missions for the food processing industry. Our headquarters is located in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France; but we work everywhere in the country via our regional offices, and regularly carry out missions in the French Overseas Departments, and abroad.

Created in 1999 and labellised as a Competitiveness Cluster in 2005 by the French Government, AQUIMER is a tool to serve companies, scientists and training centers. AQUIMER facilitates companies’ development. AQUIMER mobilizes funding for your research and trainings projects. AQUIMER aims at conciliating increasing scarcity of aquatic resources and increasing food demand while responding to the imperative of sustainable development. Since 2006, AQUIMER has labellised 128 projects included 87 funded for 158.7 million euros. It currently represents 126 members included 80 companies, 22 skill centers, 13 business syndicates and 11 institutional partners.

OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE n Products technology n Fish processing techniques and other filleter / fish worker skills n Fishmonger training n Culinary enhancement n EHS – Environment Health and Safety n Butcher training n Pastries manufacturing techniques n Cheese variety training n Management n Languages (English, Italian, Spanish) KEY FIGURES n Our operation : 4,000 m2 – 2,000 m2 are dedicated to technical workshops. 250 tons of raw material processed per year. 150 partnerships n Our training : 1,000 trainees per year We deliver more than 70, 000 training hours per year

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CCI LITTORAL HAUTS DE FRANCE Adresse 24, boulevard des Alliés 62100 Calais - FRANCE Site : www.littoral-hautsdefrance.cci.fr Contact : Pascal Labarre agence de Boulogne-sur-Mer 98 boulevard Gambetta 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer Tél. : +33 682 899 839 Mail : p.labarre@littoralhautsdefrance.cci.fr

COPALIS Adresse 220, rue du Petit Port 62480 LE PORTEL - FRANCE Contact : Tél. : 00 33 (0)3 21 10 00 30 Mail : administration@copalis.fr Site : www.copalis.fr

The area of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Littoral Hauts de France runs on the north french coast from Dunkerque to Le Treport, including the first fishing port in France : Boulogne-sur-Mer. The CCI Littoral Hauts de France supports the Blue Economy, especially the seafood sector regarding the Boulogne sur mer agency. The daily actions for supporting seafood companies are : n To extend / to implant factories n To search funds and partners n To promote Boulogne sur mer fishing and processing

Located in Boulogne-sur-mer, France, amidst the resource, COPALIS is a major player in the valorization of marine by-products. COPALIS, which was created in 1960, became a worldwide supplier of natural marine ingredients intended for the markets of animal nutrition, food supplements, cosmetics, and food. Initially a producer of fishmeal from fish by-products, since 1968, COPALIS has been developing fish protein hydrolysates called CPSP®; the production of these innovative ingredients, intended for the nutrition of young animals, was patented. On the back of this unique experience in enzymatic hydrolysis techniques, COPALIS now offers innovative cosmetic and nutritional ingredients : marine cartilage, in the form of powders, to combat join pains; collagen for the skin beauty; anti-stress marine peptides; glycemic-index regulators, anti-hypertensive agents, etc. More recently, COPALIS sought to diversify its activities even further, by integrating a new raw material, so called “premium” fish by-products known as bits and pieces, bellies, intended for the agri-food industry. Thus, COPALIS demonstrates having true expertise in the areas of extraction, purification and production of marine ingredients intended for the animal-feed, human-food nutraceutical, and cosmetics markets. Its research team, its laboratory analysis, and its pilot equipment, also allow it to developed customized processes and have them validated on an industrial scale. COPALIS is strongly focused on biotechnology research and development and regularly participates in research programs with multi-disciplinary teams, which drives the growth and value of its activity.

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IXBLUE

LABEYRIE

Adresse 46, quai François Mitterrand 13600 La Ciotat - FRANCE

Adresse RN 10 - 40235 St Geours de Maremnes - FRANCE www.labeyrie-fine-foods.com

Contact : Tel. +33 1 30 08 95 20 Mob. +33 6 84 93 37 74 Fax +33 1 30 08 95 00 www.ixblue.com http:/seapix.ixblue.com

Contact : Céline PORTERIE Director of Salmon Purchase and Sourcing Directrice Achats et Filière Saumon + 33 558567471 celine.porterie@labeyrie-group.com Labeyrie is part of Labeyrie Fine Foods Group. Labeyrie Fine Foods Group is a French group, specialist of food for pleasure , with a turn over close 1 billion €. The group is made of several companies such as Labeyrie, Delpierre but also Blini in France and Farne and Lyons in UK.

The French Group offers its unique advanced technology solutions to its defense & civil customers to address increased challenges and carry out their maritime, land and space operations with optimum efficiency and safety. Since 2012, iXblue proposes to Fishery sector its best acoustic and signal processing technologies to assist fishermen to develop selective and sustainable management of biomass resource.

n Based in South West of France, Labeyrie has been founded in 1946 by Robert Labeyrie n 1500 people, 2 production sites n Market share in France for Smoked Salmon ( source = panel IRI P13 2015 janv 2016) : 36,9% market share ie +0.3 point vs previous year. Labeyris is N°1, market leader on french smoked salmon n Turn over by june 2016 : 256M €, 51 % of turn over being on seafood products, rest is on ducks products www.labeyrie.com

Underpinned by 30 years of expertise, iXblue is currently achieving annual growth of 15–20%, with 80% of its business conducted in over 35 countries worldwide. The Group can count on full value-chain expertise: all of its systems are developed internally, from design to manufacturing. IXBlue proposes a new concept of acoustic “3D Volumic Sonar” for biomass resources management. Introduced on high end fishery market from 2013, SeapiX has demonstrated its unique features to assess biomass resources and to provide most realistic abundance data. Whatever fishery practices, near bottom or pelagic fisheries, SeapiX is a big hit with more than 50 units delivered worldwide, supporting skippers for more selective methods while improving catch efficiency. This technology allows fishing industry actors, Fishermen, Scientists and Authorities, to enhance dramatically their understanding of fish stock and to develop genuine innovative fishing strategies. Fishermen improve their compliance with regulations.

DELPIERRE Delpierre is part of Labeyrie Fine Foods Group n French company born in 1913 in Boulogne sur Mer n 1.000 people, 5 productions sites n 25.000T of products sold, 40% are under Delpierre Brand , with the rest of the activity being made on private label and fresh products ( la Marée) n Market share value France IRI P13 2015 janv 2016 : - N°1 in ellaborated prawns : 49,20% market share - N°2 in smoked salmon : 6,8% market share

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PLATE FORME D’INNOVATION

NOUVELLES VAGUES

MARCEL BAEY SUEMPOL

Adresse 15-17 rue Magenta 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer - FRANCE

Adresse Avenue Sarraz Bournet 62480 LE PORTEL - FRANCE

Contact : Olivier POLINE – CEO Tel : +33 3 21 83 91 31 Mob : +66 6 31 42 70 27 Mail : olivier.poline@pfinouvellesvagues.com Site : www.pfinouvellesvagues.com

Contact : Mr Romain Marcé Directeur Général Tél. 03 21 83 62 00 Fax 03 21 87 24 85 Site internet : www.marcelbaey.com

Innovation platform NOUVELLES VAGUES is based in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France’s number one fishing port and the leading european whole-sale and fish-processing centre.

Suempol France is a French smoking company, sited in Boulogne-sur-Mer. It is a very old company as it has been established in 1948.

Innovation platform NOUVELLES VAGUES has a team of specialists with significant experience in the processing of seafood and aquaculture products and acts as a technical platform to support companies of the seafood industry.

Suempol France witnesses the change of the companies in Boulogne-sur-Mer which belong now, more and more, to European group or world group.

NOUVELLES VAGUES engineers can support you in your future developments. Our facilities : An EC certified 1.500m2 technology centre with a variety of high performance equipment : n A team made up of specialized engineers and technicians n A micro-algae culture and experiment room n A specialized laboratory connected to the general microbiology laboratory n A zooplankton culture and experiment room n A modular experiment room for larval and post-larval farming equipped with freshwater and seawater systems n A clean room for testing healthcare products and vaccines Our services & achievements n Finalization and products developments n Procedures of optimisation n Manufacture of preproduction runs for market testing n Industrial transferring n Processing of aquatic by-products n Technical support for the businesses creation (food and aquacultural industries) n Technical and economic studies n Literature reviews n Themed projects: nutrition, food safety, environment, energy, variety of species in aquaculture

Suempol France occupies a kind of middle ground between the flexibility of medium-sized enterprise and the advantages of a large group. It allows us to be very attractive and competitive. Our priority remains to be very attentive to our customer and to have a sustainable development. Our team take care, of the quality of the fish, of the taste and traceability every day. We try to save 70 years old of tradition in an increasingly global world, Fish is our heritage in Boulogne-sur-Mer… We know how to smoke all known species but we are more specialized in smoked salmon today.

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METRO GROUP Adresse ZAC Colguen, 10 Rue Victor Schoelcher, 2990 Concarneau - FRANCE Contact : Tél: 00 33 (0) 2 98 11 92 92 Mail : infocto@metro-cto.com In 2011 Metro Group decided to secure sustainable fish sourcing and created Concarneau Trading Office (CTO) close to the sources, CTO team is Category expert in assortment & sourcing for : n Wild fish (25 potential auctions in France) n Farm fish (Sea Bass, Sea Bream, Salmon) n Shellfish, Oysters and Crustaceans. With a potential of 30 overseas destinations, CTO is working with 20 of them on a daily basis. n Every day at 5.00 am, CTO team begins to purchase in auctions, mainly extra quality fish on selected boats. n Before 10h00 the fish is delivered to CTO service provider factories. n From 10h00 to 13h00 the fish is processed and packed according to countries requirements. n 13h00 trucks leave for destination platform deliveries. Key figures : n 20 overseas destinations delivered n More than 80 fresh fish species, shellfish, crustacean and oysters offered n Wild fish is sourced from Morocco to Denmark n Farmed Fish as Salmon, Sea bass or Sea bream from the main countries of production (Norway, Greece, Croatia, Faroe Island…) n American Lobsters directly sourced from US and Canada CTO engagements : Sourcing :

Taylor made sourcing and processing according to customer needs Freshness : CTO purchase mainly day A for export the same day, no stock Transparency : Any batch bought by CTO can be fully traced Sustainability : All wild fish produced by CTO is packed in recyclable boxes CTO is guaranteeing to right quality for the right price, respecting the seasonality of the fish and able to fully trace the products from the sea to the stores.

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MSC Adresse 12 rue du Sentier – 75002 PARIS - FRANCE Contact : Edouard Le Bart Directeur de Programme MSC France Edouard.lebart@msc.org Tel. : +33 (0)1 81 80 12 73 Mob. : +33 (0)6 01 40 05 52 Website : www.msc.org/fr Marine Stewardship Council is an international non-profit organisation established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing and safeguard seafood supplies for the future. Our vision is for the world’s oceans to be teeming with life – today, tomorrow and for generations to come. A sustainable seafood market is crucial to making this vision a reality. The MSC’s certification and ecolabelling program enables everybody to play a part in securing a healthy future for our oceans. MSC labelled products can be traced back to fisheries that have been independently certified as sustainable, according to the MSC’s robust standard. This standard has been developed with scientists and marine experts and is widely regarded as the world’s most credible assessment for sustainable fishing. As more consumers, retailers, restaurants and processors choose MSC certified seafood, other fisheries are encouraged into assessment by the opportunities that a higher demand for sustainable seafood can deliver, fueling a virtuous cycle of expanding supply and demand. Many fisheries make improvements to achieve certification, delivering real and lasting change. Since 1999 more than 280 fisheries have been certified as sustainable to the MSC Standard. These fisheries catch more than 10 million tonnes of seafood a year, accounting for close to 10% of all wild-caught seafood. MSC certified fisheries have committed to make more than 1,400 improvements to their fishing practices by 2020. Their commitments and actions are contributing to healthy ecosystems and, where necessary, reducing wasteful or unnecessary catch, restoring habitats and improving scientific understanding. These improvements contribute to the long term sustainability of ocean environments, helping to secure jobs and fishing-based economies. More than 3,000 companies in 77 countries are certified to buy and sell MSC certified seafood. This includes international brands and retailers such as IKEA, McDonalds, Iglo, Hilton, Whole Foods, Lidl, Coles and Carrefour. As a result, nearly 20,000 MSC certified products are now available in 100 countries.


NAUSICAÀ MR GOODFISH Adresse Nausicaà Centre National de la Mer Boulevard Sainte-Beuve BP 189 62203 BOULOGNE-SUR-MER Cedex - FRANCE Contact : Florence Huron - Coordinatrice France Tél. : +33 (0) 3 21 30 99 99 Portable : +33 (0) 6 43 82 76 89 Site : www.mrgoodfish.com Mail : mrgoodfish@nausicaa.fr Launched in 2010 by three aquariums- Nausicaa, Centre de la Mer, in France, the Acquario di Genova in Italy and the Aquarium Finisterrae in Spain - the Mr. Goodfish programme aims to raise awareness of the general public and the fish industry professionals on sustainable consumption of seafood products. The programme aims at empowering people to take concrete actions so as to reduce human pressure on marine resources. Mr. Goodfish offers alternatives to consumers by helping them choosing the right fish. Every three months, a committee gathering scientists, representatives of fisheries and seafood distribution sector, restaurant owners and association of consumers meet to establish and to publish positive seafood lists that contain suggestions for consumers. The programme addresses the fisheries sector as a whole. It includes fishermen and fish retailers but also all intermediaries such as fishmongers and restaurants who play crucial roles to advise consumers. "Choosing the right fish is good for the sea and good for you".

NORFRIGO Adresse 160, rue des margats 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer - FRANCE Site : www.norfrigo.com Contact : Antoine Le Garrec Tél. : +33 321 871 133 +33 685 013 676 Mail : alegarrec@norfrigo.com The logistics specialist for frozen products Located at the heart of one of the primary fishing ports of France and European center for sea products, in Boulogne-surMer, Norfrigo is the leading local refrigerated warehousing business (mainly -25°C) with a total capacity of 170,000 m³ (around 36,000 pallets capacity). Norfrigo is a family-owned business. Given its exceptionally good strategic location, Norfrigo attracts import/export flows from worldwide and delivers sea products to Northern Europe and Southern Europe, including United Kingdom, as well one carton as a full truck. At Norfrigo, our priority remains to be attentive to our customers needs, traceability, quality and safety while continuously adapting our wide range of services to the requirements of a global market. The diversity of our warehouses (mass storage, fixed or mobile racks, fresh or frozen storage, etc.) and their inherent specificity allows us to offer tailor-made services close to our client’s needs. Our clients, which include industrialists, wholesalers, importers and distributors appreciate our discipline, our commitment and our service-oriented attitude. Norfrigo can adapt to your organization and your specifications. Connection with Packopale & Conegan packaging workshops will help you to develop your commercial prospects. These facilities, which are an essential complement to our logistics services, are used by operators to respond to specific requests from distributors using just-in-time production methods. The traceability of the batches is guaranteed and the cold chain is optimized because of the cold rooms of Norfrigo, who acts as a reliable and fast-acting partner while providing an effective solution to the demands and expectations of the market. n Bagging of any type (headed bag, illustrated sachet, IQF cartons, etc.) n Containers – Punnet (shrink-wrapped tray) n Shrink film packaging (whole salmon, tubs of scampi, crabmeat, half or whole lobster, etc.) n Vacuum packing (fillets or small pieces) n Mixed products n Cutting (fillets, blocks of crabmeat, lobsters, industrial slabs, etc.) n Labelling (on sachets or on cartons) n Co-packing n X-ray

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PÔLE MER BRETAGNE ATLANTIQUE

PRODUITS DE LA MER

Adresse 40, rue Jim Sévellec CS 83809 29238 Brest Cedex 3 - FRANCE

Adresse 13 rue du Breil 35000 Rennes - FRANCE Site web : pdm-seafoodmag.com

Contact : Contact : Rachel Portal-Sellin Tél. : 00 33 (0)298 056 317 – (0)786 258 487 rachel.sellin@polemer-ba.com Site web: www.pole-mer-bretagne-atlantique.com twitter.com/PoleMerBA youtube.com/user/PoleMerBA

Contact : Editorial contact : Céline Astruc c.astruc@infomer.fr Tél. : (33) 02 99 32 58 92 Advertizing contact : Yves Bollot - y.bollot@infomer.fr Tél. : (33) 06 07 53 10 28

Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique : a sign of blue economic development

Produits de la mer is the french reference magazine for seafood professionnals : producers, processors, traders, wholesalers, central buying departments for catering, retailers and freezer centers, as well as fishmongers.

Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique is a French Sea Innovation Cluster, created in 2005 by French Government. Gathering over 350 members, among them SMEs, big enterprises, research centers, it aims at enhancing the capacity of companies to innovate, stimulate growth and increase employment in promising markets (Blue Growth). Strategic domains are security & safety, naval/nautical engineering, marine energies, marine biological resources, environment & coastal planning, port infrastructures and transport. One of the main strategic domain is fishing, aquaculture and marine biotechnologies. Big challenges are new concepts of boats and gears, selectivity, efficiency, quality and traceability of seafood, cultivations and IMTA, exploitation of seaproducts for higher added-value and by-products (bioraffinery), discards, and exploitation of marine biotechnologies in all markets (food/feed, cosmetics, biomaterials, health, environment, bioenergies) Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique has a strong interclustering dynamic towards international partners, among them Norway (French-Norwish Fundation), Québec-Canada, Asia, South America… It participates in different Horizon 2020 EU-projects and is a member of the Advisory Group for Bioeconomy and Blue Growth (DG Mare). A dedicated action has been launched by Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, called “Croissance Europe” to support enterprises and labs collaborate at European level and access to European funds and aura. Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique current profile n 350 members n 1 regional centre of maritime excellence : Brittany-Pays de la Loire n 273 recognised projects with 831 million euros of investment in R&D n 240 million euros of public funding secured over ten years n Six major fields of activity: Maritime safety and security, shipbuilding and leisure boatbuilding, marine energy and mining resources, marine biological resources (fishing/aquaculture and blue biotech), environmental and coastal planning and development and maritime ports, infrastructure and transport.

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55,5 % of our readers are seafood buyers. For nearly 25 years, PdM follows and analysis on a monthly basis seafood markets and compagnies’ strategies, identifies consumers trends, innovations, and observes the technical evolutions the sectors go through, in aquaculture or fisheries, in the frozen or in the canning and fresh businesses. PdM belongs to Infomer, a subsidiary of Ouest-France.


R&O SEAFOOD GASTRONOMY

UNIPÊCHE

Adresse 1, Avenue des Savoies / PLA 358 94599 Rungis - FRANCE

Adresse 102, Bd de Chatillon 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer - FRANCE

Contact : Mathias Ismail Tél. : 00 33 (0) 1 45 12 70 24 Mobile : 00 33 (0) 6 98 40 53 93 Fax : 00 33 (0) 1 45 12 59 23 Mail : contact@rno.fr

Contact : Dominique Accary General manager Tél : 0033 3 21 87 25 25 Mail : dominique.accary@unipeche.fr Site web : www.unipeche.com

R&O Seafood Gastronomy resulted from the joining of forces of two independent groups : Reynaud®, specializing in the distribution of seafood products, created in the heart of the Halles market in Paris in 1924, and Oso®, a global pioneer in organic shrimp farming in Madagascar. With a unique model of vertical integration from the fishing grounds to the fishmonger’s stall to the menus of famous chefs, R&O Seafood Gastronomy has a turnover above €260 million with 1,250 employees around the world. R&O has become a unique integrated unit (production, processing and distribution), leading the European market in seafood products certified as sustainable and responsible, particularly thanks to our ranges of Oso® and Reynaud®-brand products. These include organic shrimp from Madagascar, sea bass and sea bream from the Gulf of Corinth, French La Perle Blanche® oysters and organic mussels from Pénestin. Our mission is to make R&O a "point of reference" in seafood gastronomy, recognised sustainability, responsible and environmental management, product development and innovation, transparent fair trade rooted in sustainability and quality, traceability and food safety. Our vision is to consolidate the values of our brands, Oso® and Reynaud®, in order to offer our clients a "market/product/ service" solution that creates mutual value and differentiation. Day after day, our clients should be able to assess our commitments to freshness, gastronomic pleasure, traceability, value for money and Service (last-mile logistics).

Unipêche is a French trawler’s agent company founded in 1986. Today, it organizes the sale of 60 trawlers and netters from 8 to 42 m, based from Dunkerque to Port-en-Bessin and also abroad. Unipêche is a specialist of dover sole, squid, cod, plaice and other species coming from the Channel and the North sea. This firm offers the daily quay picking up, the sale in the Boulogne’s auction and directly to the fish wholesalers ; the delivery of ice and boxes but also an administrative aid. Its logistics is based on 2 800 m² temperature controlled warehouse and 6 isothermal trucks always available to pick up everytime and everywhere.

More information on www.rno.fr.

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VEOLIA

MISSION CAPÉCURE 2020

Adresse Headquarters : 30, rue Madeleine Vionnet 93 300 Aubervilliers - FRANCE Web site : www.veolia.com Phone number : 01 85 57 70 00 Local agency : 86, Boulevard Chanzy 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer - FRANCE Phone number : 03 21 87 24 44

Adresse 1, boulevard du Bassin Napoléon 62200 BOULOGNE-SUR-MER - FRANCE

Contact : Jean-Marc Bourniquel Business Development Director Cell phone : 06 09 60 45 35 Mail : jean-marc.bourniquel@veolia.com Nicolas Terzian Projet Manager Cell phone : 06 29 61 40 49 E-Mail nicolas.terzian@veolia.com

As Europe'main seafood cluster, Boulogne-sur-Mer is an international hub dedicated to fresh and frozen fish with approximately 350.000 tons which are annualy processed and transported.

Veolia assists cities and industries worldwide in managing, optimizing and upgrading their water, energy and material resources, especially extracted from waste, providing them circular economy solutions.

Marine Harvest,Hallvard Leroy , Bring Frigo Scandia, Suempol, Greenland Seafood, Intermarché Capitaine Houat, Frais Embal, Pomona, Copalis, Delpierre Labeyrie, Le Garrec Norfrigo, Scapêche, Euronor, are among the top brands and companies located in Boulogne.

The aim of our 174,000 employees is to contribute directly to the performance of our public and private clients, preserving our environment. To this end, Veolia designs and implements solutions aimed at improving access to resources while at the same time protecting and renewing those same resources, which improve their environmental, economic and social performance. This is how Veolia and its employees contribute each and every day to resourcing the world. On the Boulogne sur Mer harbour area, Veolia has recently launched a industrial and territorial ecology project with the local public authority Communauté d’Agglomération du Boulonnais. The objectives include reducing operating costs related to utilities, fostering synergies between companies and other economic stakeholders (flow exchanges, flow pooling, services), bringing new business and promoting innovation.

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Contact : Jean-Noël Calon Pascal Labarre 00 33 3 21 10 28 56 Mail : missioncapecure2020@agglo-boulonnais.fr

Close to Northern Europe's main fishing grounds with 35.000 tons of fresh fish sold via the auction hall, directly connected to the markets, Boulogne is "The place to be" in seafood.

Simply because Boulogne is where seafood buiness is. Like them come invest in Boulogne sur mer Europe seafood place!


Number one Fishing Port in France Number one Seafood processing center in Europe

Islande

Iceland

Norvège Ecosse

Norway

Number one logistics hub +research and innovation seafood cluster in Europe

Scotland

Allemagne Germany

FRANCE Italie Espagne Spain

Italy

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Greece


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Welcome back to 13th NASF March 6-8, 2018

BACKED BY THE SEAFOOD INDUSTRY To secure strategic guidance as well as to strengthen North Atlantic Seafood Forum’s international image and reputation as a world-class event, we have established good collaboration with and gained support from the industry’s key organisations and top companies. These include: Seafish, UK, The Norwegian Seafood Council, Norwegian Seafood Federation, the Norwegian Fishermen’s Sales Organisation for Pelagic Fish, the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research, PWC, NIFES, Kontali, MSC, FHF, ICWPF, EU Fish Processors Association (AIPCE), NCE (National Centre of Expertise) Seafood Innovation Cluster and a number of leading international seafood companies. Organisers: NASF, Pareto Securities, UNIDO and NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster.

Hovedprogram 2017 NASF  

Hovedprogram 2017 NASF