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Welcome to Molajaya Samudera Crew Management

PT Molajaya Samudera Crew Management is a recruitment and placement company located in Jakarta and Bali, Indonesia.

We have been doing recruitment and placement of highly qualified and experienced Indonesian crew, fishing crew & seafood processor for working on fishing vessel and seafood processing plant in Asia, Australia and Europe for more than 26 years.

We are committed to meet our Principal’s expectation by continuously improve our Quality Management System in order to guarantee the quality and language skill of the crew, fishing crew & seafood processor that we supplied.

IN BRIEF - Rough weather deters tuna poachers, but fishermen say harvest quality remains good

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

The Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association says rough weather has held up harvesting of the fish in 2014, but it has also deterred poachers.

Association chief executive Brian Jeffriess says the fleet is about two-thirds of the way through harvest.
He says fishermen have lost four to five days out of 35, with bad weather keeping the boats docked.
But Mr Jeffriess says fish quality is high, and there hasn't been an issue this year with poachers.
"I think the weather's too rough for poachers, so there's some upsides to the bad weather as well. The poachers just can't get out there.
"The farms are further and further out, particularly one of them is 40 kilometres out through very rough seas and weather, and you just don't poach in that environment."
Source: ABC

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Restrictions on cod and salmon fishing aimed to rejuvenate declining stocks in the Irish Sea and inland waterways.

However, after years of tight fishing quotas from Brussels and strict angling controls, there has been no population boost in the two species.
The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), which monitors numbers for the government, said global warming may hold the key to their decline.
It said this might also be affecting the eel population.
AFBI's research vessel, The Corystes, sets sail on the Irish Sea more than 200 days a year and uses the latest technology and research skills to monitor all types of marine life and its environment.
Its statistics are used by the European Commission to set fish quotas.
Source: BBC

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Male fish are becoming part female at unusually high rates in three Pennsylvania rivers, sparking concerns the water is tainted with chemicals.
Male smallmouth bass and white sucker fish carrying eggs in their testes were found in the Delaware, Ohio and Susquehanna rivers, according to research from the US Geological Survey.
Researchers have linked the increasing number of intersex fish, or fish with two genders, to a 'complex mix of chemicals' flowing into waterways from nearby farms.

Source: Daily Mail

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Commercial harvests of wild Alaska salmon reached some 82,335,000 fish through July 29 2014, including nearly 30 million fish from Prince William Sound.
The statewide preliminary count compiled by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, included 39,966,000 sockeye, 34,244,000 humpies, 6,702,000 chum, 1,032,000 silver and 392,000 Chinook salmon. That was an overall boost of more than 10 million salmon in one week.
The Copper River drift district's catch reached 2,099,000 fish, including 2,039,000 reds, 43,000 chum, 10,000 king, 6,000 pink and 1,000 silver salmon.
Prices for the famed Copper River reds continued to hold at USD 77.94 for one whole fish or $19.99 a pound for fillets at the Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle. Online prices of frozen Copper River king fillets at FishEx in Anchorage were USD 33.71 a pound, while Copper River red fillets were USD 29.95 a pound.
Costco warehouse stores in Anchorage meanwhile offered customers fresh wild sockeye fillets from other Alaska fisheries for $9.95 a pound, while Fred Meyer stores advertised fresh wild Alaska sockeye salmon fillets for USD 11.99 a pound.
Source: The Cordova Times


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