News & Events
PCA discussed the plan of scientific observers’ allocation for the period of 2018 Sea of Okhotsk Pollock expedition13.10.2017
On October 06, 2017, at the General meeting of Pollock Catchers Association the membership companies discussed the program of scientific observers’ allocation for the period of 2018 Sea of Okhotsk Pollock Expedition.
Information on radiation safety of aquatic biological resources of the Far Eastern Fishery Basin07.02.2016
In 2015, research vessels of FSBSI TINRO-Center (Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Pacific Research Fisheries Center) organized 7 expeditions to conduct annual observations of the radiological environment in the fishing grounds of the Far Eastern Fishery Basin.
Pollock Catchers Association and TINRO launch observers training program for Pollock fisheries10.08.2015
Pollock Catchers Association (PCA) and Pacific Scientific Research Fisheries Centre (TINRO) have signed a contract to work out improvement actions for monitoring and observation program aimed at increasing scientific observer coverage of Sea of Okhotsk pollock fishery.
As it was announced in January 2015, PCA has designed Sustainability Development Program for the Navarinsky Pollock Fishery in the West Bering Sea and aimed at having the fishery certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.
Major players from the processing, fishing and non-governmental sectors are happy with the progress of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification of the Russian Far East pollock fishery, following a recent meeting in Vladivostok.
Russia - EC ban illegal16.02.2010
The European Commission’s ban on Russian fishery products is “unfounded, illegal and should be canceled,” the Russian Pollock Catchers' Association (RPCA) told IntraFish.
«Unfair» pollock price discrimination28.11.2009
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) label will stop the "unfair" price discrepancy between Russian and U.S. pollock and open access to new markets, several Russian pollock executives told IntraFish.
Fresh row for old foes16.06.2009
A clash over eco-labeling is heating up the pollock Cold War.