EU publishes list of vessels engaged in Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing

09 July 2010

Following from the publication of the “Catch Certificate” Regulation (105/2008) whose aim was to improve the traceability of all fishery products traded with the EC and to facilitate the control of their compliance with conservation and management rules in co-operation with third countries, the European Commission has published a list of vessels that have been engaging in illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing (EC Regulation 468/2010).


If you are importing products that are covered by the original “Catch certificate” regulation then it is your responsibility to ensure the integrity of your supply chain.

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