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Norway’s Minister of Trade and Industry Monica Maeland to open 9th NASF


Minister of Trade and Industry Monica Maeland. (Photo Credit: Ministry of Trade/NASF)

  (NORWAY, 1/9/2014)
Global seafood top executives will meet in Bergen March 4 to 6 at the international seafood sector's biggest business conference - North Atlantic Seafood Forum ( NASF ).
Here more than 600 senior executives from 45 countries, 380 companies will reconvene to hear 100 speakers in 10 industry seminars. NASF conference will be opened by Minister of Trade and Industry Monica Maeland, who who’s Department also now incorporates the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries.
 Jorgen J. Lund.
The main theme of the NASF conference this year is: “Food security on the global agenda – seafood in a new geopolitical role”. Seafood is one of the world's largest traded commodities with an annual value turnover of USD 125 billion. Expansion of sustainable fisheries and aquaculture products in world trade is among the important issues to be discussed.
It is important for the industry to meet and to inspire each other and seek new information and innovation. NASF conference has contributed to discussions about the opportunities and challenges in this industry, says CEO of the North Atlantic Seafood Forum, Jorgen J. Lund.
He says that Norway must take its place as the world's largest export nation of fish - given that China is now a net fish importer. Norway is the pioneer in this industry and have the expertise and capital to take a leading position. This conference has created a venue where the entire industry can come together, says Lund.
Among the other speakers at the conference is the world 's foremost experts and leaders of the largest seafood companies in the world as well as governmental organizations, international organizations, interest groups and ministries. Around 100 top leaders from industry will be keynote speakers at the 10 different workshops.
 NASF is the leading meeting place for global seafood top-executives.
NASF is organizing the 4th European Retail seafood seminar where executives from four leading retail companies will be speaking: Sainsbury's UK, Metro Germany, Delhaize Belgium and ICA Sweden. The focus is on sustainable growth in seafood demand seen from the retailers perspectives. At NASF, other key industry seminars include whitefish, pelagic fish, salmon, sustainability and fisheries policy. Pareto Securities organizes its major investor finance seminar where a 10 -century listed companies present their enterprises.
 NASF attracts over 650 delegates from 400 companies and 45 countries.
This year's seafood forum has jumped the gun with a special pre-conference 4 March of marine innovation organized by the Innovation Network Marlife in Norway. The seminar focuses on the cooperation between research and industry, and presents some of the most innovative cases of marine research.
About NASF
The North Atlantic Seafood Forum draws the leading executives in cold-water seafood. The biggest international event of its kind, CEO's of leading seafood companies in Norway and internationally take part to network, share their insights, discuss threats and opportunities and compare notes. A packed plenary/seminar programme, supplemented by social events, adds up to a unique networking opportunity, where delegates have time and space to meet and talk.
The Forum focuses on the inter-phase between seafood trade, commercialization, policy, innovation and finance – giving key insights into vital developments forming the future of the industry.
NASF is part of MareLife, a unique and independent innovation network covering all marine sectors. NASF is organised in cooperation with Pareto Securities, Oslo Teknopol and the Norwegian Seafood Export Council. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Division has joined NASF as seminar partner starting in 2012. FAO's engagement will attract interest from seafood firms and institutions all over the world. This will solidify NASF's position as a leading world seafood, fisheries & aquaculture business arena.
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