Restoration and Capacity Building

We are in the second year of the global pandemic and with the roll-out of vaccines we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. As we close the last period of our KPIs we set our sights in 2030 with new ambitious targets aimed at ambitious targets that will seek to aid in the regeneration of our environment while enabling humanity to thrive in sustainable fishing. we strongly believe that our measures employed at sustainable fishing will leave enough fish in the ocean and protect habitats and threatened species. By safeguarding the oceans, as responsible people who depend on fishing, can maintain our livelihoods.

Sustainable fish stocks

Are enough fish left in the ocean? Fishing must be at a level that ensures it can continue indefinitely and the fish population can remain productive and healthy.

Minimizing environmental impact

What are the impacts? Fishing activity must be managed carefully so that other species and habitats within the ecosystem remain healthy.

Effective fisheries management
Are operations well managed? MSC certified fisheries must comply with relevant laws and be able to adapt to changing environmental circumstances.

Sustainability is about the future

A Message from our CEO

The sustainability of a fishery is an ongoing process. After they are MSC certified, fisheries are regularly reassessed, and many are required to make further improvements. Scientific knowledge also improves all the time and fisheries are encouraged to develop new ways of conserving marine resources for future generations.

………., Chief Executive Officer, Alex Seafood