Harry Wick has been appointed chair of the Seafish Northern Eire Advisory Committee (SNIAC), taking on the position with quick impact.
Harry Wick is the chief government of the Northern Eire Fish Producers’ Organisation, which represents the pursuits of round 140 vessel house owners. He additionally co-chairs the Northern Eire Fishermen’s Federation, and is a member of the UK Affiliation of Fish Producer Organisations.
Previous to this, he was a Royal Naval officer, throughout which period he served within the Fishery Safety Squadron as a marine enforcement officer on behalf of the MMO.
The first position of SNIAC is to make sure the efficient supply of Seafish companies to learn the seafood sector in Northern Eire. The committee is made up of representatives of the Northern Irish trade.
Seafish CEO Marcus Coleman stated: “We’re very grateful to have Harry taking up the position of chair of the Seafish Northern Eire Advisory Committee. We look ahead to working with him and constructing on progress made by way of the SNIAC underneath the tenure of earlier chair and Seafish board member Alison Austin OBE.
“The hyperlink between the Seafish board and the Northern Eire Advisory Committee is a crucial one – it cements the understanding of the problems dealing with the trade in Northern Eire at a UK stage.”
Harry Wick stated: “I’m delighted to just accept the position as chair of the Seafish Northern Eire Advisory Committee. Northern Eire’s seafood trade punches properly above its weight, and is on the forefront of some thrilling and progressive initiatives.
“Seafish and SNIAC have a key position in enabling that enterprise, and I look ahead to working with our Northern Eire colleagues in persevering with to advertise our world-class seafood trade and seafood merchandise.”
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