The Board of North Atlantic Seafood Forum has decided to postpone the 17th NASF to 21st to 23rd of June 2022

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By Milthon Lujan

The North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) is today announcing that the 17th edition of the World’s largest Seafood Business Conference will be rescheduled to 21st to 23rd of June 2022.

After a careful consideration, the board gives the well-being and safety of our sponsors, partners and delegates the highest priority. The global seafood industry also sees an increase of challenges related to the new Covid variant Omicron.

“We recognise that the global seafood industry is facing challenges related to a lack of manpower, supply-chain friction, market inflation and the increased uncertainty caused by the omicron virus.

All our sponsors, partners, and up-coming delegates that we have spoken to, all have the same objective; they want to meet for NASF in Bergen personally. By postponing the North Atlantic Seafood Forum, we hope to provide all the companies involved as much certainty as possible to ease planning and preparations related to the conference in Bergen.

Welcome to Bergen in June!

We aim to organize our best event ever, with close to 700 top seafood executives present in sunny Bergen!”
André Akse, General Manager NASF

The organizer hopes that by rescheduling the event, both sponsors, partners and delegates will be able to enjoy the experience and benefits of being present at NASF in Bergen – in a safe environment.

About NASF

The North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) is today the world’s largest top executive Seafood Business conference, attracting annually around 850 delegates from 35 countries and 300 companies participate. The conference addresses the seafood industry in a broad strategic and commercial perspective and focuses on species as salmon, whitefish and pelagic, but also on technology, innovation, sustainability, policy, and framework conditions, in addition to finance and investment
opportunities in the industry.

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For further information and details, please go to or contact:

André Akse
General Manager NASF
Telephone: +47 481 14 196

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