NUMBER 6/2011NOVEMBER / DECEMBER
Fresh fish on display at a retail outlet.
Impact of PNA measures ontuna industry
The PNA countries have imposed strongmanagement measures on their tuna fishingindustries designed to enhance the sustainability of the fishery and to maximise its profitability.
Rehabilitating the IndusMahseer
The Indus Mahseer, which was once dominant insemi-cold water rivers of Pakistan, is in a sorrystate. Efforts are being made to rehabilitate thespecies.
Tilapia aquaculture in Africa
Although it is indigenous to the continent,aquaculture of tilapia in Africa has been laggingbehind other regions. Lately, however, it has shownsignificant growth.
An easy way to hold live fish
An innovative new design for holding live fish canplay a central role in streamlining live fish handlingoperations. The highly adaptable system can beused for both flow-through and recirculatingsystems.
As demand for seafood protein rises, seafoodenters a new era. Companies are drivingsustainable sourcing to meet the demand, byoffering ready to eat products of high quality andsafety, and sourced from sustainable fisheries.
66PTF 2011 – Louder voices from thePacific68INFOFISH members at Hong Kongand Dubai seafood show69Indian fisheries managers visitMalaysia
8Impact of PNA measures on the globaltunaindustry - shape up or ship out!
by Transform Aqorau
13Industry Notes (
)18Market Barometer 22Commodity Update – Whitefish
24Rehabilitating the Indus Mahseer of Pakistan
by Iftikhar Ahmad
27Tilapia aquaculture in Africa
by Erik Hempel and Blessing Mapfumo
31Aquaculture News35Ornamental Fish
HANDLING / PROCESSING
36An easy way to hold live fish
by John Kowarsky
40Value-added seafood products: achallenge or a necessity?
by Alex Augusto Gon
alves and ColinKaiser
44Industry Notes (
50Towards the development of eco-friendly purse seines
by P Pravin and B Meenakumari
56Industry Notes (
)3Editorial4Abstracts70Technical Q & A72Innovations73Equipment and Supplies75Index to Advertisers76Fishinfonetwork News79Publications in Brief 80Diary