An unique partnership is launching a way to watch Māui dolphins from the skies, catalysing
Now that the judgement in this case has been released, we would like to take the chance to explain in more detail what led to these mistakes, for which the judge has fined Sanford and the two crew members involved and has confirmed the forfeiture of our vessel.
Sanford Ready to Share Free Food and Fun with Auckland Festival-Goers
New Zealand leaders ‘scoop the pool’ in Trans-Tasman agribusiness awards
Sanford Announces $20 Million Investment into Innovative Marine Extracts Centre in Blenheim
Sanford Supports WWF and Māui63 Initiative to Save Māui Dolphins with ‘Mission Possible’
Sanford Reports Higher Returns from Lower Sales Volumes in Full Year Results 2019, Supporting Value Add Strategy and Innovation Commitment
Mussels Get their Eureka Moment! Kiwi scientists reveal startling trial results for Greenshell mussel breeding, with potential $200 million payoff
Paul Norling has formally advised the Sanford Board he will retire from the position of Chairman and as a Director of the company, following the company's annual shareholders' meeting on December 13, 2019.
Sanford Reports Lift in Earnings per Kilogram, Despite Challenges, in 2019
Media release - Peter Cullinane to join Sanford board
Sanford Confirms Sale of Majority of Pelagic Business to Tauranga Based Family Company
Media release - Sanford Pelagic Sale Announcement
Sanford Focus on Value Helps Offset Climate Change Impact
14 November 2018
From Fish to Face: Sanford ventures into marine nano-tech and sustainable skincare
Health and Safety Made Simple: Paralympian Cameron Leslie has a very clear message for Sanford staff
Penguin Place: how Sanford is helping save sick and injured penguins
Hearing Our Youth: Sanford listens to the leaders of tomorrow
A Fishing Revolution: how Sanford is using Precision Seafood Harvesting
Ponui Island Beach Clean-up
SeePort 2018: making sustainability entertaining
Two Minute Tour (Stewart Island): take a look around our salmon and mussel farms with our local crew
Quota owners in the New Zealand hoki fishing industry have announced today they have proactively chosen to reduce the amount of hoki they will catch next year, in response to changing patterns they are observing in one of the five hoki fishing grounds.
Kiwi Seafood Company’s Sustainability Recognised at the 2018 Australasian Reporting Awards
Sanford Appoints New Chief Financial Officer
Sanford Reports Strong First Half Result, International Markets a Highlight
Nanofibre magic turns fish skins into wrinkle busting skin care
Sanford Net Profit Up, Value and Innovation Strategy Beds In
Sanford Proud to join The Promise
Bonamia Ostreae and Sanford’s Oysters
Sanford Posts Stronger Net Profit
Fishing companies, Moana New Zealand and Sanford are working with WWF-New Zealand to help ensure Maui-safe fishing in the rare dolphin’s habitat along the west coast of the North Island.
Sanford’s Move From Volume to Value Helps Boost Profit 152%
Sanford General Manager Processing Ted Culley, Marlborough Mayor
Alistair Sowman and Sanford CEO Volker Kuntzsch with the Marlborough Award.
Sanford has taken out a Gold Award for their 2015 Annual Report and three special awards for sustainability and integrated reporting at the 2016 Australasian Reporting Awards.
Sanford supports aquaculture growth for Southland.
The head of fishing company, Sanford says Greenpeace should be supporting,not attacking an industry that is investing to ensure we have the best technology, monitoring and research available on our fisheries.
Sanford CEO Volker Kuntzsch says unscientific and historic data relating to the commercial fishery, like that in the University of British Columbia report released today, is disappointing and distracts from a genuine discussion around the future management of our fisheries.
Fishing company Sanford (NZX:SAN) says it will be in discussions with the Government around its concerns with the proposed new Hauraki Gulf Recreational Fishing Park outlined in a White Paper released by the Government today.
New Zealand’s iconic Greenshell™ mussel is already the heavyweight of our aquaculture exports, now a new science and industry collaboration is set to give it even more muscle.
One of the largest fishers in the Hauraki Gulf says it’s prepared to stop all commercial fishing in the area if everyone who ‘throws a line in’ to the country’s most popular fishery records and reports what they are catching.
Sanford Limited – New Zealand’s largest fishing and aquaculture company – is very pleased to announce that Mr Rob McLeod (Chairman of Ernst & Young New Zealand) has accepted an invitation to join its Board of Directors effective 1 January 2016.
The increasing focus on adding more value to its quota portfolio has prompted Sanford to invest in a freezer trawler with superior capability and capacity as well as processing flexibility. The F/V Granit, a 67m vessel currently operating in Norway, is eminently well suited to New Zealand conditions and for Southern Ocean operations.
Sanford Limited advises that due to the limited quota holding in Australia and the lack of economies of scale in fishing in the Great Australian Bight it was decided to take a NZD6.5 million non-cash impairment of that asset.
As part of an ongoing strategic review of its business, Sanford management reviewed the viability of the Company’s Pacific Tuna business. Continuing unsatisfactory returns driven by low prices and the strict commodity nature of skipjack tuna coupled with ever increasing access costs to the fishery, resulted in the decision to exit this business and offer the vessels for sale.
New Zealand fishing industry leaders say an unprecedented 12 month monitoring programme has dispelled the myths around how many undersize snapper are being caught and returned to the sea.
Fishing companies, Aotearoa Fisheries, Sanford and Leigh Fish are stepping up their efforts to bring greater transparency into the inshore fleet. They are some of the first companies to commit to fitting vessel monitoring systems (VMS) on all trawlers within their fleets operating on the east coast of the North Island from the Far North to the bottom of the Bay of Plenty.
Southland’s largest marine farmer, Sanford, is welcoming research that shows it is contributing highly valued jobs and helping deliver vital social services to the region.
Sanford Limited, New Zealand’s largest commercial fishing and aquaculture company, has recorded an 18.1% rise in its EBITDA in its interim report for the six months ending 31 March 2015.
Sanford will be combining its South Island mussel volumes at the Havelock site. “The final decision to close has been a difficult one due to the number of staff impacted, however given the outlook of reduced Greenshell mussel crop supply in the short to medium term, the Company needs one South Island location working efficiently at capacity, rather than two impacted by uncertain supply,” said Volker Kuntzsch.