Learn more about Thai Union’s fully traceable shrimp supply chain.
Transshipment refers to when fishing boats unload the catch to refrigerate cargo vessels, sometimes far away from land while on the high seas, so fishing boats can continue to catch.
As a global seafood leader, Thai Union has a responsibility to set the standard for social, environmental and economic responsibility. We heeded our stakeholders’ calls with SeaChange®, Thai Union’s sustainability strategy with measurable commitments to delivering real, lasting changes in the way we operate. SeaChange® aims to drive a positive transformation throughout the global seafood industry.
This video highlights how modern technological advances are used to promote sustainability and boost human rights in the fishing and seafood industry, introducing audiences to the crew members, captains and fleet owners trained on chat applications which enable them to connect with families and peers around the world while at sea—an industry first for Thai fisheries.
This video highlights how Thai Union, along with its partners, are capitalizing on modern technological advances to promote sustainability in the fishing and seafood industry as part of a digital traceability pilot project, the first of its kind in Thailand.
Fish Aggregation Devices (FADs), floating devices that attract fish by creating structure in the ocean and casting a large shadow over the water, are a big talking point right now for the fishing industry.
This educational video outlines what pole and line fishing is, and why it is important to sustainability in our seas.
Learn more about what exactly a fishery is and how it is related to global consumption.
Fishery Improvement Projects (FIPs) are incredibly important for sustainable development. It is vital more fisheries meet MSC standards for certification. FIPs are an important component of this concept.