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Species Information


Image Source: NSW Department of Primary Industries

Species: Bigeye tuna
Binomial name: Thunnus obesus
IUCN Conservation status: 220px-Status_iucn3.1_VU.svg
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Catch Details

FAO Fishing Area: W Pacific FAO71
Fiji (Archipelagic and Territorial Waters)
Trip Caught: #8
Date Caught:18th October 2018 – 5th November 2018
Fishing Method: Longline Fishing
Dress Weight: 28.3 KG

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Vessel Details

International Radio Call Sign: 3DWW
IMO: 8972118
Vessel Company: Solander (Pacific) Ltd
Flag: Fiji
Fishing Permit Number:
FJ/LIC-FFW- #192
Permit Issued By:
Ministry of Fisheries Fiji

Processing Details

Landing Port: Suva, Fiji
Landing Date/time: 06 November 2018
Processing Company: 
Sealand Processors (Fiji) Ltd
Factory/Facility: Sealand Factory
FDA No.: 13036613000
Location: Mua-i-Walu. Fiji
Processed On:  06 November 2018
Grade: B+
Grader: William
Product Form: Loin
Product Weight:
 3.9 KG

Dispatch Details

Box No.: CB00003
Transporter: Sealand Freight |Cooperate Freight
Dispatch Date|Time: 06 November 2018
Port of Departure: NAN (Nadi, Fiji)
Port of Arrival: AKL (Auckland, New Zealand)
Destination: Wellington, New Zealand

Receival Details

Freight agent: Mainfreight
Freight agent clearance: Auckland Airport, Wednesday 07 November 2018
Courier: CourierPost
Courier Details: Ticket Number 4597710000413301WLG017AS. Picked up on Wednesday 07 November 2018
Delivery Details: Shed5, Wellington on Thursday 08 November 2018 at 10:58am


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