10th March 2022 Legal / Talley's
Talley’s says it did not direct the master of a vessel to fish in a closed area.
Amaltal Fishing Co Limited, along with the master of its fishing vessel, the Amaltal Apollo, have been found guilty of 14 charges of breaching the conditions of a high seas fishing permit.
The company says the broadcaster made a series of false and defamatory claims about its operations.
Talley’s chief executive Tony Hazlett says the company is aiming to have more than 80% of its staff vaccinated as soon as possible and it is liaising with local district health boards to organise vaccination drives on-site.
A Talley’s ship, the Amaltal Explorer, was confronted by Greenpeace activists protesting against bottom trawling as it headed out of port in Dunedin yesterday.
Talleys has confirmed that independent investigation into recent allegations made about health and safety at its Ashburton vegetable factory is well underway.
Talley’s deep-water fishing division says it should not be fined for an error made by one of its staff.
Talley’s deep-water fishing division has been fined for illegal bottom trawling in a marine reserve.
Talley’s deep-water fishing division is considering an appeal against its conviction for illegal bottom trawling in a marine reserve.