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Minister McConalogue welcomes Report of Seafood Sector Task Force

Navigating Change - The way forward for our Seafood Sector in the wake of the EU/UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement

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Minister McConalogue welcomes Report of Seafood Sector Task Force

New diving barge advances BIM’s commercial diving training for industry

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BIM combines resources to fast-track fishing gear development using side-scan sonar

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Sustainability trends driving shift to cleaner technologies in seafood industry

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BIM launches programme aimed at helping seafood businesses attract, develop and retain talent

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  • Minister McConalogue welcomes Report of Seafood Sector Task Force

    Navigating Change - The way forward for our Seafood Sector in the wake of the EU/UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement

    Read More
  • New diving barge advances BIM’s commercial diving training for industry

    Read More
  • BIM combines resources to fast-track fishing gear development using side-scan sonar

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  • Sustainability trends driving shift to cleaner technologies in seafood industry

    At a Clean Smoke technology webinar, hosted by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency earlier this month (Friday, July 2nd) seafood processors learnt about the benefits of this technology compared to traditional smoking of species such as salmon and mackerel.

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  • BIM launches programme aimed at helping seafood businesses attract, develop and retain talent

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