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Ocean Choice invests in Newfoundland and Labrador fisheries with new trawler
St Johns company Ocean Choice International has announced the order for a new trawler to be built at the Tersan shipyard in Turkey with a December 2019 delivery date.
Ocean Choice went to Norwegian naval architect Skipsteknisk for the new trawlerâs design. Construction will take place at Tersan, and the new vesselâs factory deck is being designed and built in Newfoundland and Labrador.
According to Ocean Choice, the new Arctic class fishing vessel will generate 70 new jobs and represents a major investment in the provinceâs fishing sector that results in significant new direct year-round job creation as well as indirect opportunities for the local service sector.
âThe advanced technologies onboard will maximise yield, while minimising processing times, ensuring Ocean Choice continues to deliver the highest quality products in the world. The addition of this modern vessel illustrates Ocean Choiceâs long-term commitment to Newfoundland and Labrador,â said Ocean Choice CEO Martin Sullivan.
âWe are dedicated to growing our seafood business responsibly, and this strengthens our ability to provide superior quality product that our customers have come to expect, while minimising our impact on the environment. This is an investment in our provinceâs fishery, and its future.â
He commented that the new vessel incorporates a number of green features and demonstrates the companyâs dedication to safe and environmentally-responsible operations as more than 90% of Ocean Choice seafood is either MSC certified or comes under a robust Fishery Improvement Programme.
âItâs an exciting day for everyone here at Ocean Choice, including our 1700 employees across the province and the many local suppliers we work with,â said Ocean Choice president Blaine Sullivan.
âThe broad suite of technology and energy efficiency investments in this vessel will contribute to the introduction of one of the most modern and efficient fishing vessels in the Canadian fleet.â
WorldFishingToday - 03-11-2018