Reef Fish Activities in UD Pulau Mas
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SEAFOOD SAVERS (WWF-INDONESIA)
GRAHA SIMATUPANG, TOWER 2, UNIT C, 11TH FLOOR
JALAN LETJEN TB SIMATUPANG KAV. 38
JAKARTA SELATAN – 12540
PHONE +62 21 782 9461 | FAX +62 21 782 9462
Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali is a luxury resort located near Sanur beach which is rich in history and an epicenter of Balinese arts, culture and traditions. The building itself is located in the middle of 4 hectares of lush tropical gardens by offering contemporary tropical living.
Fairmont’s fondness for “to connect our guests to the very best of our destinations” is now reaching awareness in the responsible seafood. As a form of support and determination in supporting sustainable fisheries, Fairmont Sanur proves through its participation in the Seafood Savers program for its 16 commodities towards the standard CoC (Chain of Custody).
PT Mega Marine Pride has officially obtained Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) ecolabel certification for whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaus vannamei). ASC launches the certificate for shrimp farming unit of PT Delta Guna Sukses which is the supplier of PT Mega Marine Pride on 15 January 2019 valid until 14 January 2022 with 1,161.55 MT, 200 workers, 68 ponds, 23 ha-intensive aquaculture method in Jember Regency, East Java.
PT Mega Marine Pride is a seafood producer in East Java. By this certification, PT Delta Guna Sukses and PT Mega Marine Pride are internationally recognized for their commitment to supporting and doing a responsible shrimp farming.
PT Irian Marine Product Development is a shrimp producer in Sorong, West Papua. Established in 1970s, the company markets various types of shrimp products to local and international market.
PT Irian Marine Product Development commits to their food safety and marine resources in Papua. By joining with Seafood Savers, this company registers their wild banana shrimp (Penaeus merguiensis) caught using trammel net in the eastern part of Arafura and Merauke sea. The company signs the MoU and Pre-Membership Cooperation Agreement on 28 September 2018 and will undergo Conditioning Step which will end up with the the Seafood Savers full membership.
PT Indosigma Surya Cipta is a shrimp crackers and potato cracker producer in Semarang, Central Java. Established in 1995, the company markets various types of shrimp cracker products to local and export market in several countries, particularly Europe, Middle East and Asia, with the mission of providing added value from fishery products and disseminating the world about quality and hygienic Indonesian products.
Therefore, PT Indosigma Surya Cipta commits to the food safety of the products produced. By joining with Seafood Savers, this company registers their wild shrimp (Metapenaeus tenuipes) caught using trammel net and trap. The company signs the MoU and Pre-Membership Cooperation Agreement on 5 October 2018 and will undergo Conditioning Step which will end up with the the Seafood Savers full membership.
PT Winson Prima Sejahtera is a company engaged as seafood producer and frozen fish such as skipjack and tuna since 2006. By deploying the fishing fleet in Aceh and North Sumatera waters (Indonesia’s FMA 571 and FMA 572), the company is running its business to meet the market share of the United States and Asia.
Achieving its vision stating that “Ensuring the food security in every production chain to maintain the seafood quality”, the company decides to take part in Fisheries Improvement Program with WWF-Indonesia through Seafood Savers membership. The Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Agreements members of Seafood Savers conducted in October 2018 became the legal foundation for both sides to make improvements in tuna (Thunnus albacares) fishing activities towards eco-label certification Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
CV Indotropic Fishery is a company engaged in reef fish processing and freezing business since 2004. The company located in Banggai, Central Sulawesi, gets their wild shrimp from fishers in Indonesia’s FMA 713 using handline and longline to meet their domestic and international market share which are Japan, Europe, the United States and Australia.
Driven by its vision stating that to be the leading company in seafood processing, passionate about quality and food safety according to international standards, CV Indotropic Fishery decides to take the next step and get themselves involved with the Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP). The registration of reef fish towards sustainable fisheries marked the start of the implementation of FIP at the location of capture.
PT Pahala Bahari Nusantara (PT PBN) has been in tuna exporter industry since 2009 and located in West Jakarta. The company processes yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) and skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) into several types of value added products which are tuna precooked loin and fish meal.
As an effort in achieving a sustainable seafood business, the company commits to implement Fisheries Improvement Program in Seafood Savers. In this membership scheme, company will undergo FIP located in Flores Sea (Indonesia’FMA 713) and Banda Sea (Indonesia’s FMA 714). The preliminary cooperation between the company and Seafood Savers is marked by the signing of MoU and Pre-Membership Cooperation Agreement in July 2018. On October 2018, the company signed the Membership Cooperation Agreement meaning that the company officially becomes Seafood Savers member and will soon undergo FIP. Contact
PT Mustika Minanusa Aurora (PT MMA) is a Seafood Savers member company engaged in the cultivation of Tiger Shrimp (Penaenus monodon). Headquartered in Tarakan City, North Kalimantan, PT MMA has two extended plants located in Pati, Central Java and Pulau Laut, South Kalimantan. Through the shrimp hatchery facilities, PT MMA has been able to produce 20 million shrimp per year. As a Seafood Savers member, PT MMA is committed to implementing an aquaculture improvement program towards the process of ASC certification.
PT Bumi Menara Internusa has officially obtained Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) ecolabel certification for whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaus vannamei). ASC launches the certificate for shrimp farming unit of PT Tiwandi Sempana which is the supplier of PT Bumi Menara Internusa (PT BMI) on 7 March 2018 valid until 7 March 2021 with 80 MT, 28 workers, 17 ponds, 9 ha-intensive aquaculture method in Probolinggo Regency, East Java.
PT BMI is a seafood producer whose products are ranging from fresh shrimp, crab, and other seafood in East Java. By this certification, PT Tiwandi Sempana and PT BMI are internationally recognized for their commitment to supporting and doing responsible shrimp farming.
News about this certification is here
PT Iroha Sidat Indonesia (PT ISI) is a company engaged in the farming and processing of eel (Anguilla sp.) in Indonesia. This company farms eel in Banyuwangi where the glass eel is mainly caught in Sukabumi District, West Java. Later on, eel harvested from the pond will be processed into a frozen roasted eel with sauce (unagi kabayaki) in the processing plant to meet their domestic and international market.
This company commits to get involved in Aquaculture Improvement Program (AIP) provided by Seafood Savers Membership Scheme. PT ISI signed MoU and Pre-Membership Cooperation Agreement in February 2nd, 2018. On October 2018, the company signed the Membership Cooperation Agreement meaning that the company officially becomes Seafood Savers member and will soon undergo AIP.
Natura Seafood is the trademark of PT Oceanus Natura Abadi which supplies high-quality seafood products from Indonesian local fishers. All products are caught by using its own vessels operated in FMA 712, 714 and 718. Established in 2016, Natura Seafood formed a strategic partnership with fishery industry players to provide premium and affordable seafood products and create positive impacts on the local economy for the local fisher communities.
Natura Seafood markets its products to selective chain retailers, distributors, cafe and direct household in Jakarta and Bali. As a company in seafood supply chain, Natura Seafood believes that the company should take part in conserving Indonesian marine resources. The commitment to support fisheries improvement program and work together for sustainable fisheries is proved by the involvement in Seafood Savers program for 19 commodities toward CoC (Chain of Custody) standard.
PT IAMBEU Mina Utama (“I AM BE U”) was established in 1998. The name IAMBEU originates from Sanskrit, Tat Tvam Asi, that means “I am You”.
Operating as a quality grade fish supplier to hotels and restaurant in Bali, the company also exports fishing products to various countries in the world, including Japan, Australia, USA and Taipei. Locals can also purchase fresh of the day catch in the fish market. The company was founded by I Gusti Arya Eman Himawan, ST. He continues his involvement in the fishing industry in Indonesia and has been a pioneer of the Bali’s fishing industry. Under his leadership, the corporation evolved into a strong, diverse and global seafood company with interests in sustainable fisheries and aquaculture as well as seafood processing and distribution.
PT IAMBEU Mina Utama commits to conserve marine resources by applying Aquaculture Improvement Program (AIP) through Seafood Saver’s scheme to receive Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification.
I AM BE U is one of Indonesia’s leading commercial fishing companies, that catch and source sustainable seafood. It owns HACCP certified seafood for fresh tuna, pelagic (swordfish, marlin, etc.), demersal (Barramundi, Red Snapper), cephalopod (squid, octopus, etc.), lobster, and shrimp for the world markets. It operates a certified and sustainable Barramundi fish farm located at North Bali. I AM BE U combines local knowledge and sustainability in fishery with an international network of expertise. This results in a company committed to quality, both in its products and the delivery of these products to anywhere in the world through sustainable practices. www.iambeu.com
Primo PT Indo Ikan is a company engaged as a manufacturer of fresh fish and frozen fish such as skipjack and tuna. By deploying the fishing fleet in the waters of the Flores Sea region, the company is running its business to meet the market share of North America, South America, Central America and Southeast Asia.
The company has 2 processing plant units which are located in Halakodanuan Village, Ile Mandiri District, East Flores Regency, East Nusa Tenggara and Pelabuhan Benoa Complex to be precise on Jalan Ikan Tuna I No. 1, Pedungan, South Denpasar, Bali. The business started in 2009, since its establishment until today, PT Primo Indo continues to expand its fish and various fishery development activities in order to market products of quality seafood.
In order to meet demand for sustainable seafood, PT Primo Indo Ikan have decided to contribute in Fisheries Improvement Program with WWF-Indonesia through Seafood Savers membership. The Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Agreements members of Seafood Savers conducted in March 2017 became the legal foundation for both sides to make improvements towards eco-label certification Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
PT Kemilau Bintang Timur or PT KBT is a company engaged in seafood processing business. Some of their products are frozen fish, squid and crab meat. This company operates fisherman’s fleet in Jepara Water Teritory to meet their market share, the United States.
The company whose headquarters are in Makassar and Cirebon has committed to provide best quality products for its customer as well as for the sustainability of fisheries resources. For example, this company has been uphold the tracebility principle. It is intended to ensure customer safety by providing traceable product.
In achieving one of the company principle stating “Preserving the health of marine ecosystems, Ensure labor practice charge, Improve traceability and transparency and supports long-term viability of the seafood industry” PT KBT together with Seafood Savers commit to implement Fisheries Improvemeny Program (FIP) in Indonesia. The involvement of PT KBT in Seafood Savers membership leads to application Blue Swimmer Crab on Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.
Referring to its mission which stating “Become the best leading supplier of tuna fish and other seafood products in the world” PT Balinusa Windumas continues to expand its business by producing a variety of high-quality tuna products, such as Frozen Tuna Saku, Frozen Tuna Steak and Frozen Tuna Loin. To obtain its fishery products, the company is relying on fishing fleet of traditional fishermen in Indonesia. Precisely, catches of tuna in the Indian Ocean with handline method.
As one of the implementations of that mission, the company commits to market tuna products that are not only good quality, but also eco-friendly. PT Balinusa Windumas involves itself in Fisheries Improvement Program in Indonesia by joining Seafood Savers Membership. After signing the Cooperation Agreement with Seafood Savers, PT Balinusa Windumas officially becomes an active participants in fishery improvement of Yellowfin and Big Eye Tuna towards sustainable fisheries in Indonesia.
PT Bogatama Marinusa or PT BOMAR is a company engaged in shrimp processing and freezing business. In 1980s, PT BOMAR ran its business in shrimp aquaculture and hatchery, especially giant tiger shrimp and vannamei shrimp. Until finally in 2001, they decided to focus on shrimp processing business.
Driven by the rising market demand for sustainable seafood products, PT BOMAR commits to get involved in Aquaculture Improvement Prograam (AIP) provided by Seafood Savers Membership Scheme. Throughout this scheme, PT BOMAR collaborates with WWF-Indonesia aquaculture team in improving giant tiger prawn aquaculture practices towards Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC).
PT Cassanatama Naturindo is Indonesian traditional snacks producer such as shrimp crackers and fish crackers. This company has exported its products to several countries in Europe, especially Netherlands, Belgium and UK.
PT Cassanatama Naturindo committed on the product safety. By joining Seafood Savers, this company, established in 1994 and headquartered in Semarang, registers its Metapenaeus monoceros, Metapenaeus indicus and Penaeus indicus and begin the implementation process of Fisheries Improvement Project towards MSC certification.
Celebes Seaweed Group known as CSG is a company which focuses in the supplying and selling dried seaweed for jellies, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products, animal feed industries, etc. The company whose headquarter is in Makasar gains 70% of its products from surrounding Palopo (Luwu, North Luwu, East Luwu County in South Sulawesi) and 30% from Takalar, Bone and Sinjai County in South Sulawesi. PT CSG’s involvement as member of Seafood Savers starts the implement process of Aquaculture Improvement Program (AIP) with commodity registered is seaweed Gracilaria spp located in Cenrana district, Bone County and Sanrobe district, Takalar County, South Sulawesi.
UD Pulau Mas is a company that has been operating in the reef fish exports sector. This Bali based company is driven by a significant commitment to pursue and implement responsible fisheries practices.
PT Hatindo Makmur is a sister company of PT Satu Enam Delapan Benoa that is also a member of Seafood Savers. Located in Benoa Bali, this company was established in 1999 and has been operating in the processed and frozen fish industry, especially of pelagic fish.
Yellowfin tuna products processed by PT Hatindo Makmur and PT Satu Enam Delapan are distributed throughout several countries, such as The USA, and several European and Asian countries. These two companies are affiliated with a buyer company, Sea Delight LLC, which has been a member of Seafood Savers since 2012.
Documents related to PT Hatindo Makmur membership:
Action plan is prepared by WWF Indonesia and the final version was agreed on April 2017. Implementation of action plan started in September 2017. To access the document, please click here.
With a slight difference with its sister company, PT Hatindo Makmur, this company was established in 2008, with a processed and frozen yellowfish tuna as its main focus.
Driven by the rising market demand for sustainable seafood products, PT Satu Enam Delapan Benoa and its sister company PT Hatindo Makmur have decided to take the next step and get themselves involved with the Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP). The registration of yellowfin tuna towards sustainable fisheries marked the start of the implementation of FIP at the location of capture.
Documents related to PT 168 Benoa membership:
Action plan is prepared by WWF Indonesia and the implementation of action plan started in June 2015. To access the document, please click here.
PT Samudera Eco Anugrah (SEA) Indonesia genuinely supports the efforts to improve wild-capture and aquaculture fisheries. Fish ‘n Blues, one of their brand, claims to be Indonesia’s very first eco-friendly seafood retailer and supplier. Seafood of Fish ‘n Blues is sourced from the fishermen and farmers assisted by WWF-Indonesia and JARING-Nusantara. JARING-Nusantara itself is a coalition of 13 NGOs with a purpose to implement fisheries improvement to the starting level of the supply chain, fishermen or small scale farmers.
PT SEA Indonesia’s involvement with Seafood Savers is driven by their ambition to validate their claim regarding the sustainability and eco-friendliness of their production practices. By being a part of the wild-capture and aquaculture fisheries improvement efforts, to pursue the sustainable fisheries certifications, the company can develop a stronger fundamental basis in regards to their eco-friendly seafood products claim. To this end, PT SEA Indonesia with Fish ‘n Blues serves local consumers throughout Greater Jakarta, and Denpasar, Bali.
The commitment to achieve sustainable seafood is proved by its membership in Seafood Savers program. In 2015 PT SEA registered their products to implement AIP (Aquaculture Improvement Program) dan FIP (Fisheries Improvement Program). In the end of 2017 this company added the improvement program for their 15 species towards CoC (Custom of Custody) standard.