The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is pleased to have the following Supporters:
Ministry of Industries and Innovation
Supporting the research, development and innovation in the fisheries sector.
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
The Foreign Ministry is responsible for the negotiation of international treaties on behalf of Iceland, including those in the field of fisheries
The Federation of Iceland Industries
SI - the Federation of Iceland Industries a network of contacts which looks after the complex and different interests of industrial companies. The federation is all in one a service-, communication-, information- and safety network.
Fisheries Iceland merges two former associations in the fishing industry of Iceland, The Federation of Icelandic Fishing Vessel Owners and the Federation of Icelandic Fish Processing Plants.
National Association of Small Boat Owners
The National Association of Small Boat Owners (Landssamband smabataeigenda, LS) is an association of 15 associations and regional associations of small boat owners in Iceland.
Iceland Responsible Fisheries
The role of the FAI is to be a common venue for organisations within the fisheries and seafood sector in Iceland for the benefit of the fishing industry.
Icelandic Ship Officers Association
VM – The Icelandic Union of Marine Engineers and Metal Technicians
VM – The Icelandic Union of Marine Engineers and Metal Technicians was established 14 October 2006 when the Union of Metal Workers and the Union of Marine Engineers merged.
Icelandic Seamen's Federation
The Icelandic Seamen's Federation is an association of trade unions of seafarers.
Icelandic Federation of Trade
The Icelandic Federation of Trade is a trade association that represents companies involved in most types of business and trade, import, export, wholesale, retail and services.
Federation of Trade & Services
Established in 1999, the Federation of Trade & Services represents over 300 hundred companies covering retail, wholesale, trade and service sectors in Iceland.
Iceland's Fisheries News Weekly has been published continuously since the autumn of 1983, or for more than three decades.
Iceland Ocean Cluster
The Iceland Ocean Cluster’s mission is to create value and discover new opportunities by connecting entrepreneurs, businesses and knowledge in the marine industries.