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This profile was last updated on 1/28/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Jorge Cofré

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Background

Employment History

  • President
    Crewmen and Special Vessels Union
  • President of the Punta Arenas Branch
    Special Vessels Crew and Officers union
  • President
    Fishing Crews Union
  • President
    Magallanes Fishermen Union
  • President
    Punta
  • President
    Punta Arenas Union of Crewmembers
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Web References
MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
www.mercopress.com, 28 Jan 2004 [cached]
The Uruguayan flagged longliner "Maya V" apprehended last Friday in Australian waters suspected of illegal fishing has 23 Chilean crewmen onboard, ten of which from Punta Arenas according to Jorge Cofré, president of the Crewmen and Special Vessels Union. "Monday night we were notified of the "Maya V" situation but no names were released.Anyhow we've been assured the whole crew is in excellent conditions and representatives from the company that contracted them have indicated they will be repatriated once the vessel arrives to the Australian port of Freemantle". Mr. Cofré added the union will be in permanent contact with Chilean diplomatic officials to closely follow the situation. "Once they arrive in Freemantle company representatives have promised to pay all arrears pending", said the union president. Besides the ten crewmen from Punta Arenas, the "Maya V" includes seven from Puerto Montt, 3 from Coihaique, 2 from Santiago and one from Concepción, added Mr. Cofré.
MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
www.mercopress.com, 3 Oct 2005 [cached]
Jorge Cofré president of the Punta Arenas branch of the Special Vessels Crew and Officers union ratified that the Australian government will not be pressing charges against any of the Chileans currently retained in Villawood, Sydney airport.
Australian Migration will be responsible for embarking the Chilean crew members, seven of which from Punta Arenas, and the bookings have already been made in Lan Chile, added Mr. Cofré.
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Mr. Cofré praised the Chilean Foreign Office for its quick response to the situation and greater commitment, "this time", apparently influenced by a Chilean television investigative report showing the appalling conditions of Chilean crew members working in convenience flagged vessels, "mostly pirates".
He doubted the company owner of the Taruman would be paying back salaries and other compensations before the Chileans leave Australia.
Meantime the Australian Fisheries Management Authority announced it was pressing charges for illegal fishing against the Master and Fishing Master of the Taruman.When the vessel was boarded by Customs and Fisheries officers in early September she was found to be carrying 143 tons of poached Patagonian toothfish.
MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
www.mercopress.com, 1 Sept 2004 [cached]
A new decree which regulates foreign flagged factory vessels operating in high seas next to Chile's EEZ that call into Chilean ports was highlighted as "extremely positive" both at regional and national level by Jorge Cofré, president of the Fishing Crews Union in Punta Arenas.
The new legislation drafted by the Fisheries Department and supported by Chile's fisheries industry limits indiscriminate access to Chilean ports of those vessels operating beyond the Chilean waters 200 miles, forcing them to abide by the same regulations that apply to Chilean fishing vessels mainly satellite positioning control, regular observers duties, catch volumes, etc.
"This means foreign vessels will have to cooperate with Chile in the conservation of straddling and highly migrating species in adjacent high seas" indicated Mr. Cofré.
From now on all vessels operating in the plus 200 area of Chile's EEZ that wish to take supplies in Chilean ports will have to abide by Chilean Fisheries legislation as well as those "obligations imposed by international conventions such as CCALMR" (Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Living Marine Resources).
"When entering Chilean port vessels will have to declare their catches and the country certification for those catches, all of which is a great advance in fisheries resources sustainability", added Mr. Cofré.
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MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
www.mercopress.com, 17 Jan 2003 [cached]
According to the Magallanes Fishermen Union president Jorge Cofré, the Seychelles Islands registered vessel, named "Lince" carries a crew of 30, who are mostly from Magallanes Region.Other crew members are Spanish and Portuguese. "Lince" apparently was poaching in an area known to be rich in tooth-fish and now is being escorted by a French Navy frigate to the island of Reunion where she's expected to arrive this weekend. Mr. Cofré said that the Chilean crew members will be flying back to Chile over the weekend.
Oyster producers unite to improve production
Chilean Oyster and cupped oyster producers have signed a Clean Production Agreement (APL) with central and regional authorities in a bid to raise production standards.Some 27 private companies of the Oyster and Cupped Oyster Producers Association (Apooch) have agreed to comply with a total of 82 action points, which should be completed within three years.They hope this will facilitate access to new markets, improve sustainability and create stability within the sector.
MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
www.mercopress.com, 16 Feb 2004 [cached]
Jorge Cofré president of Punta Arenas fishermen's union said Pesca Cisne "was directly responsible for contracting local crewmembers" and is also "the owner of the vessel ("Maya V")".
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"We don't know what's going to happen; if they are formally charged there's no way to know when they'll be back; actually the case is in recess until next March 23", said Mr. Cofré
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