Norges Sildesalgslag at the Aberdeen Skipper Expo
Norges Sildesalgslag will be on hand at the Aberdeen Skipper Expo on may 26-27th, 2017. There will be a presentation of the company at 1:30 p.m. both days at the seminar area of the show
Norges Sildesalgslag has decided to change some of the routines for access to Extranet. Terms for access (level 2 with price information) will be affected
Byers who buy catches through Norges Sildesalgslag for at least 6 months per year, will (as a main rule) have all-year access, and no changes will be made compared with existing routines. However, some exceptions might may occur. These will be related to need for flexibility due to various seasonal activitiety.
The type of access (whole-year-round or periodic) will be evaluated and might be changed if there is a considerable future change in a buyer’s activity throughout a year.
It is also important to Norges Sildesalgslag to have an updated register of users with access to the companies' Extranet site. The purpose is to close the access for personnel who leave or changes their positions. All companies with access wil receive a letter where they are asked to update their list over approved personnell for access. The letter will also explain more in detail about reopening accounts for seasonal activity.
Letters are now being sent to buyers, a similar excercise will be done for access for people connected to vessels and vessel-owing companies
Changes may be made on your Extranet site (for company administrators) or by mail to Norges Sildesalgslag. Personnel with access type "company administration/" will in the future regularly be asked for to control and to updates when logging on to Extranet on www.sildelaget.no.
If you have questions or comments on this information, please do not hesitate to contact Norges Sildesalgslag.
A low volume of sand eel last week, caused by stop in operations, - and – this season’s very first catch of North Sea herring registered.
Less sand eel - and in general low activity last week.
Good catches of sand eel at the West Bank.
The sand eel season has started, while for the blue whiting fisheries west of St. Kilda, there are just small quotas left for the vessels.
17.500 MT of blue whiting during the Easter week, - and some activity for mackerel to be penned in.
Another week with a high volume of blue whiting, - the best this season