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SSA : A Voice To Government

The Scottish Seafood Association provides a number of services to support the Scottish Seafood industry, including training, advice, research, and funding support. One of

Seafish Survey on impact of Covid-19 & Brexit

For those of you who missed the announcement, Seafish are carrying out a processing sector survey. Researchers will be contacting all seafood processing businesses

Sea A Bright Future Amazing Opportunities in the vibrant Scottish seafood industry

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Seafood Processors criticise UK and Scottish Governments for funding failures

The Scottish Seafood Association has launched an angry attack on the UK and Scottish governments for letting the seafood processing sector down in its
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SSA member helps Seafish hit remote learning milestone

SSA member, Laeso Fish, has helped seafood industry support agency, Seafish, hit a new milestone, after Engineer, Boris Vascenko, became the 500th person to

Seafish.org – Responding to Seaspiracy 10 reasons to feel good about seafood in the UK :

https://www.seafish.org/about-us/news-blogs/responding-to-seaspiracy-10-reasons-to-feel-good-about-seafood-in-the-uk/

SSA raises serious concerns over immigration system with government

Amid serious concerns about the impact of the government’s points-based immigration system on seafood processing, SSA chief executive Jimmy Buchan met Parliamentary Under-Secretary of

Call for urgent discussions with UK Government ministers

Two of Scotland’s largest seafood organisations united today to call for urgent discussions with UK Government ministers amid concerns about the impact of post-Brexit

Scots seafood processors outline vision for the future

Jimmy Buchan, chief executive of the Scottish Seafood Association (SSA), is in an ebullient but pragmatic mood as he discusses the challenges facing the

Seafood processors call for continued tariff-free trade and access to labour

Scotland’s seafood processors are demanding continued tariff-free trade and access to labour in any Brexit deal reached between the UK and the EU. In