Norwegian Fishermen’s Sales
Organisation for Pelagic Fish
Welcomes delegates from
the 14th session of the COFI subcommittee on fish and trade,
Bergen, 27th of Feb. 2014
The leading marketplace in Europe
for first-hand sales of pelagic fish
Servicing foreign and Norwegian buyers and fishermen
24/7 service
Electronic auction
Owned and governed by Norwegian fishermen
Norges Sildesalgslag will:
Constantly develop the markedplace.
Norges Sildesalgslag wants to play a leading international role in
relation to pelagic first hand sales
In addition we focus on:
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Efficiency
Transparency
Equal conditions
Correct price/quality
Facilitating both sales and access to raw materials
Economic basis
The fee for Norges Sildesalgslag is 0,65 % of the catch
value per vessel in the pelagic sector.
History
The organizational development of the sales organizations in the pelagic sector
1927
Storsildlaget
(North of Stad)
1939
Norges
Makrellag
1928
Stor og
Vårsildlaget
(South of Stad)
1936
Noregs Sildesalslag
1934
Notfiskarsamskipnaden
1938
Islandssildfiskernes
Forening
1937
Brislingfiskernes
Landslag
1948
Sild- og BrislingFiskerners
Salslag
1966
Noregs
Sildesalgslag
1989
1941
Notfiskarsamskipnadens
Sildesalgslag
1948
Feitsildfiskerens
Salgslag
Fleet and organisation
Trawlers
Purse seiners Coastal vessels
Foreign vessels
Annual meeting
Control committee
The board
Managing director
Sales
Economy
Market and
information
Pelagic resources
Scomber scombrus –Mackerel
Mallottus villosus - Capelin
Sprattus sprattus - Sprat
Clupea harengus Herring
Trachurus trachurus
- Horse mackerel
Micromesistius poutassou
- Blue Whiting
Trisopterus esmarki
Norway Pout
Ammodytes tobianus Sandeel
Creates a level
playing field
Secures the
fishermen sales and
the buyers raw
material
Arranges sales at
current market value
The auction process
available quickly and
simultaneously
Gathers all
information and sales
data to be made
–at the same cost
Minimises total sales
expenses
The Process
Pre-season :
Gather market information
Negotiate minimum price
Establish guarantees
Revise sales conditions
Delivery regulations
Information to fishermen
and buyers
The process
Catching season
Receive catch reports
Auction off the catches
Receive delivery notes
Check delivery notes
Invoice buyers
Settlement to fishermen
Quota control
Statistics
Information
Reporting the catch
Reporting the catch
Reporting details of:
• Position
• Species
• Quantity
• Size
• Bidding area
Auction information
Auction information:
• Information on the catch
After the auction
Delivery
Delivery note
Settlement
Invoice
Condition for the fishermen:
• Guarantee pledge
• Settled 14 days after delivery
Conditions for the buyer:
• Required guarantee for ability to pay
•Terms of payment: 30
Export of pelagic species per marked, in volume
250
Volum, tusen tonn
200
150
2011
100
2012
2013
50
0
Kilde: SSB, © Norges Sjømatråd
The yearly Norwegian herring and
mackerel fisheries equal:
10 -15 million meals worldwide
Every day
Thank you
#sildelaget
www.sildelaget.no
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