International Mahi Mahi FIP Workshop "Market engagement in transitioning fisheries and improving traceability"

November 8-10, 2016 Lima & Paita, Peru

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This meeting is geared towards US-based buyers and importers of mahi mahi, as well as representatives of national producers, processors, and exporters. At the meeting, we will cover 3 high US import volume Mahi FIPS: Peru, Ecuador, and Costa Rica. We will focus on Peru and review the status, progress, and key issues with the Peru mahi FIP, and how industry can help to advance the FIP. In addition, we will discuss the Ecuador mahi FIP and the upcoming Costa Rica mahi FIP.

We will also review the traceability work that has been conducted in Peru and discuss next steps for implementing traceability for this fishery. As the meeting is taking place just after the US IUU Regulation is expected to come into force, and mahi mahi is one of the imported species that will be regulated, we have invited the NOAA Fisheries Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspection to attend and to discuss seafood traceability and compliance with the new US rule.
In addition, a critical part of the meeting will be the attendance of the newly elected Peru government officials to discuss the FIP. The Peruvian government’s engagement is critical for both the Peru Mahi FIP and the Ecuador Mahi FIP to progress and finalize their projects.

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Location: Novotel Lima.
Address: Av. Victor Andrés Belaúnde 198, San Isidro, Peru.


Tuesday November 8, 2016, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday November 9, 2016, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Field trip (optional):

Location: Puerto de Paita.
Date: Thursday November 10, 2016 (full day).

The registration for the event has concluded.

National and international speakers will participate in the event.

We have also included time for discussions with participants on various topics to gather feedback and encourage an exchange of ideas.

To see the working agenda and schedule, please click


Paita is located one hour away from Piura, it is the main landing point of mahi mahi in Peru. We will visit the fishing landing sites, board a longliner vessel and interact with artisanal fishermen.

To get more details on Piura’s program click on the Schedule.

Each participant must cover their travel costs and book their travel to Piura and accommodation. Please see the Hotels and Transportation to Piura tabs for more information on hotels and flights.

Recommended hotels for staying in Lima:
Atton. Av. Jorge Basadre 595, San Isidro.
Tel: +51 (1) 208 1200 | Reservas: +51 (1) 208 1220
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Recommended hotels for staying in Piura:
Los Portales.Calle Libertad 875, Piura.
Tel: +51(1) 611-9000
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If the Hotel Atton is full, you can try the following hotels:
Sonesta Hoteles Peru

Calle Pancho Fierro 194, San Isidro - Perú
Tel: +51(1) 712-6050  
Novotel Lima
Av. Víctor Andrés Belaúnde 198, San Isidro - Perú
Tel : +51 (1) 315-9940
Email: /

Please reserve your own flights to Piura. Recommended flights are listed below. We will plan to all travel on the same flights as a group.
LATAM Airlines
November 9, 2016: Lima - Piura: LA 2310, departure: 6:50 p.m. - arrival: 8:35 p.m.
November 10, 2016: Piura - Lima: LA 2309, departure: 6:45 p.m. - arrival: 8:20 p.m.

List of participants, please click here.