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In order to maximise the production from pelagic raw materials it is vital for Triton‘s partner Loðnuvinnslan (LVF) to have its own fish-meal production. The
Icelandic fishermen say fisheries agreement favours Norway.
https://www.visir.is/g/20212091852d/segja-halla-mjog-a-islendinga-i-samningum-vid-nordmenn Iceland and Norway have an agreement that gives Icelandic vessels Cod quota in the Barentsea in exchange for Icelandic Capelin. Of the last Capelin
Yesterday Icelandic TV channel N4 aired a special program about our partners Loðnuvinnslan (LVF) in Fáskrúðsfjörður
The program can be seen here: Triton and LVF have been working closely together for several years and in 2019 this successful cooperation culminated in
The capelin season 2021
The capelin season of 2021 is over with approx. 127.000 MT of capelin caught around the country. Most of the catches were used for „whole
A turning point in the capelin season
Interview with Fridrik Már CEO of Loðnuvinnslan in today‘s paper. https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=is&tl=en&u=https://www.mbl.is/200milur/frettir/2021/03/02/timamot_a_lodnuvertidinni/ Friðrik explains that we are having a very small season historically speaking. Now the
Icelandic boats catching capelin near the shore of Vestmannaeyjar
The Icelandic capelin quota has been doubled to 127.300 MT
The Icelandic capelin quota has been increased to 61.000 MT after a successful search in the east.
The Icelandic capelin quota has been increased to 61.000 MT after a successful search in the east. The research vessels are now preparing for another