31 January, 2017

The Nueva Pescanova Group applies for a plan to save Mira, the turbot farm in Portugal

. For its part, Nueva Pescanova would cancel its debt and give up Acuinova-Mira founding capital.
23 January, 2017

Minister of Fisheries of Angola visits different facilities of Nueva Pescanova in Galicia

The head of the Ministry of Fisheries of the Republic of Angola, Victoria de Barros Neto, together with the Director of the Office of Studies, Planning and Statistics (GEPE), Isabel Francisco Cristóvão, are making an official trip to visit different production centers of the Nueva Pescanova Group in Pontevedra.
20 December, 2016

Nueva Pescanova Group launches Our Code of Conduct and Ethics

The Board of Directors of the Nueva Pescanova Group has today approved the Code of Ethics and Conduct and Good Business Practices of the company at its meeting held at the headquarters of Chapela, Pontevedra.
2 December, 2016

In Spain, 30% of households have separate tables, for adults and children, for their Christmas celebrations

In Spain, 30% of households have separate tables, for adults and children, for their Christmas celebrations, according to a survey of 1,100 people, aged between 18 and 65, and from all provinces which Pescanova has carried out.
18 November, 2016

Insuiña, the fish farming company of the Nueva Pescanova Group, has been awarded with the “Grove de Oro 2016” prize

Insuiña, the Nueva Pescanova Company, pioneer in Spain in turbot farming and a world leader in farmed turbot production, will receive today the “Grove de Oro 2016” prize awarded by the employers’ association “Emgrobes”.
3 October, 2016

Nueva Pescanova unveils its strategic plan up to 2020 targeted to increase its sales by 50%, to reach 1.5 billon euros

The Strategic Plan 2016-2020 stresses its commitment to innovation and ventures in new business lines, such as chilled products, which will also represents an opportunity to increase processing capacity of its factories. It also foresees a fourfold increase in EBITDA, growing from 35 million euros in 2015 to 139 million in 2020.