The Irish Fish Producers Organisation is Ireland’s longest established representative body for fish producers. Our members are owners of commercial sea-fishing vessels of all sizes across the country.

What does a Fish Producers’ Organisation do?

Fish Producers’ Organisations (FPOs) are cooperatives of fishing companies, officially recognised bodies set up by fishery producers. FPOs manage their members’ fishing quotas, represent their members’ interests at a Government, EU and policy level, and improve market conditions for the catch. FPO’s are at the forefront of delivering a sustainable and profitable future for the Irish seafood sector.

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How it all started

The IFPO was established at the instigation, and with the support, of the EU as part of the organisational structure necessary for the operation of the Common Fisheries Policy.

Formed in 1975, it is comprised of member fishermen based coast-wide. The Organisation is concerned with the management of member’s fishing activities, both catching and marketing, with a view to making the best use of the available fish stocks and optimising returns. The IFPO represents those engaged in Pelagic, Whitefish, Shellfish and Inshore sectors.

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Contact

Phone

+353 (0)74 9741468

Email

ifpo@eircom.net

Address

8 Anvil Court, Killybegs, Co Donegal , Ireland