Sunderland Marine are proud to continue sponsorship and support of the Tasmanian Seafood Awards for 2021.
The awards recognise contributions across any sector of the seafood industry, from business and marketing to sustainability and, of course, the award for the best fish and chips.
Voting is now closed ahead of the awards taking place in October 2021 with other award categories including Young Achiever, People Development, Seafood Restaurant Experience and Environmental Stewardship.
The Large Enterprise Business Award is sponsored by Sunderland Marine and will be presented to a seafood business with a full-time team of ten or more staff that has made a positive impact to the seafood industry through innovation, service and product excellence, marketing and business growth.
Sunderland Marine’s Australia Manager, Chris Kennedy said, “Sunderland Marine has been insuring the fishing and aquaculture sectors in Tasmania for more than 30 years and became a sponsor when the awards first began, some fifteen years ago. These awards are all about celebrating Tasmanian seafood, the businesses, their employees, and their families. It is something that we will continue to support and endorse, a reflection of our own commitment to the future and the high regard that we hold for the Tasmania seafood industry and its people”.
The 2021 Stay Afloat Tasmanian Seafood Awards are taking place on 8th October at The LongHouse, Macquarie Point, Hobart.
Sunderland Marine’s business in the EEA is underwritten by North of England P&I Designated Activity Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of North incorporated in Ireland and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
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