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Rob Zuanich

Executive Director

Purse Seine Vessel Owners Association Inc

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Purse Seine Vessel Owners Association Inc

1900 W Nickerson Suite 320

Seattle, Washington,98119

United States

Company Description

Purse Seine Vessel Owners' Association (PSVOA) was established in 1936 to promote the Puget Sound purse seine fleet. Today, PSVOA represents membership interests throughout Alaska and along the West Coast. Although salmon is the dominant fishery, many PSVOA me...more

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Victor Smith | ADF&G's Campbell: The Betrayer | AlaskaReport.com

alaskareport.com [cached]

Rob Zuanich, Executive Director of Purse Seine Vessel Owners Association (PSVOA), and a close affiliate and lifetime member of SEAS, [and United fishermen of Alaska (UFA)] recorded a statewide television talk show with the commissioner immediately after his appointment.
Mr. Zuanich had this to say about our future with the new commissioner: 'Alaskan fishermen are solidly behind McKie Campbell's leadership as commissioner of ADF&G.'" One of Thorstenson and Zuanich's most trusted collaborators was Dave Bedford, then Executive Director of SEAS. This left the ADF&G figuratively bound, gagged and ready for the next Commissioner - McKie Campbell the mining consultant PSVOA's Rob Zuanich claimed fishermen are "solidly behind" to have his way with the new 'development' paradigm. Zuanich said he wouldn't talk to me because I "didn't represent fishermen's interests" like he did. Fine! Zuanich shouldn't be talking to the fleet anyway.


United Fishermen of Alaska

www.ufa-fish.org [cached]

Rob Zuanich, UFA Rep


National Fisherman - Search our commercial fishing news, marine directory and classifieds

www.nationalfisherman.com [cached]

"I think the price has been reasonably good but the catches haven't been as strong as one would have hoped," says Rob Zuanich, executive director of the Seattle-based Purse Seine Vessels' Owners Association.
"There's been a good demand and so I think it's mainly a matter of not everyone [fishermen] caught that many squid," Zuanich says.


National Fisherman - Search our commercial fishing news, marine directory and classifieds

www.nationalfisherman.com [cached]

"The price really helped out," says Rob Zuanich, executive director of the Purse Seine Vessels' Owners Association in Seattle, noting that the price was much higher than it has been.
"[The squid market] really is driven on the supply side," says Zuanich, "and the world, in general, wants more seafood." "They're trying to find places to sell it," Zuanich says, and some companies have investigated exporting squid to Europe. Spain and Italy, the biggest buyers, usually look to the Falkland Islands and Argentina for their imports. Spain imported 48,000 metric tons of squid from the Falklands, 46,600 from Argentina versus 3,600 from the United States in 2005. And again, the Falkland Islands and southwest Atlantic fishery is the main driver of global markets, despite four years of relatively low production. This year's fishery is predicted to be low as well, according to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization. It could give U.S. fishermen a leg up in the marketplace. Zuanich says seiners are likely expecting prices in the $500- to $550-per-ton range when the squid start showing up this fall. But he cautions that "until you actually start seeing the squid landings, it's hard to say. - Susan Chambers


www.fishermensnews.com

"We're thinking, maximum, maybe we can buy 160 to 170 permits," said Rob Zuanich, in a 2008 interview.
Zuanich is executive director of the Seattle-based Purse Seine Vessel Owners Association and registered agent of the Southeast Revitalization Association.


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