The independent Chair of the FIS Board of Trustees is John Goodlad. The subscribing members of Fisheries Innovation Scotland can be found below;
Scottish Natural Heritage is funded by the Scottish Government. Their purpose is to: promote care for and improvement of the natural heritage, help people enjoy it responsibly, enable greater understanding and awareness of it and promote its sustainable use, now and for future generations.
Their mission: All of nature for all of Scotland.Visit their site
Seafish is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) set up by the Fisheries Act 1981 to improve efficiency and raise standards across the seafood industry.
Seafish's purpose is to secure a sustainable and profitable future for the UK seafood industry.Visit their site
SFF Services Limited was established in 1986 by members of the Scottish Fishermen's Federation (SFF). SFF Services is the commercial arm of the SFF and is uniquely placed to encourage co-operation by its many members.
The company operates with a view of being able to support the fishing industry in these difficult times, by offering invaluable service to, in particular, the offshore oil and gas industry.
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The SWFPA is the largest Association of fishermen and their communities in Europe, representing around 200 vessels and 1,400 fishermen.
SWFPA members contribute more than €200 million per annum to Scotland's economy
The role of the Association is to act as the voice of its members in the political world, helping them practically and by planning and innovating for the future.Visit their site
Young’s is the UK's leading fish and seafood processor, providing frozen and chilled, branded and retailer branded fish.
With a team of over 3,000 across the UK, Young's work in long-term partnership with their customers. Using more than 30 species, sourced from 5 continents, their team prepares over 300 million seafood dishes for UK consumers every year.Visit their site