PROSPECTIVE Indonesia snapper and grouper - bottom longline, dropline, handline, trap, and gillnet (ADI)

Primary tabs

Overview

What is a Prospective FIP?
Prospective FIPs intend to meet the requirements for active FIPs within one year. These projects are posted on FisheryProgress to help users identify opportunities to support developing FIPs and prevent the start of duplicate FIPs. Prospective FIPs are not yet demonstrating progress toward sustainability.

The Indonesian Demersal Association (ADI) established in March 2019, consists of 12 companies:

  1. PT. Kelola Mina Laut (KML)
  2. PT. Kemilau Bintang Timur (KBT)
  3. PT. Inti Lautan Fajar Abadi (Intan Seafood)
  4. PT. Alam Jaya
  5. PT. Intimas Surya
  6. PT.  Cilacap Samudera Fishing Industry (CSFI)
  7. PT. Bahari Biru Nusantara (BARUNA)
  8. PT. Varia Niaga Nusantara (Vaninus)
  9. PT. Sukses Hasil Alam Nusanindo (SHANINDO)
  10. PT. Trans Anugrah Mulia (TAM)
  11. PT. Prima Bahari Inti Lestari  
  12. PT. Inti Luhur Fuja Abadi (ILUFA)

The national-level Indonesia Snapper Grouper FIP led by ADI will merge three site-level basic snapper-grouper FIPs (Arafura Sea, Makassar Strait, and Java Sea) and is aiming to develop solutions for snapper and grouper fishery management and other issues that can only be addressed effectively at the national level and thus will support the work of existing FIPs. 

This FIP will be a comprehensive FIP and will address the objectives originally outlined in three basic FIPs as well as additional issues identified in the MSC Pre-Assessment produced by The Nature Conservancy to support the TNC Indonesia deepwater groundfish - dropline, longline, trap and gillnet FIP.

This FIP will focus on five snapper species (Lutjanus malabaricus, L. eryphtropterusL. sebae, Pristipmoides multidens and Pinjalo pinjalo) and 10 grouper species caught in Indonesian Waters (WPPs) using bottom longline, drop line, handline, trap and gillnet.

The FIP objectives may include:

  • Improve catch/production data for both artisanal and industrial fisheries to contribute to fishery management and harvest strategy development;
  • Improve the small boat (boat < 10 GT) registration process to ensure they gain the proper documentation and comply with regulations;
  • Improve bycatch data collection through observer onboard programs;
  • Address the market issue centered around of high demand for small size (juvenile) snapper grouper, etc. through improved biological data collection and shifting sourcing specifications both domestically and internationally

Other key components for this FIP will focus on include:

  • Addressing the small-scale fishing components of the fisheries;
  • Supporting a wide range of data collection methods and efforts that directly involve industry (including socioeconomic data);
  • Exploring co-management approaches; and
  • Engaging industry on provincial and national level policy development, including engagement with the Consultative Panel of WPP Fisheries Management Council.   
FIP Description 

The Indonesian Demersal Association (ADI) established in March 2019, consists of 12 companies:

FIP Type 
Prospective
FIP Stage 
Stage 0: FIP Identification
Species 
Common Name 
Malabar Blood Snapper
Scientific Name 
Lutjanus malabaricus
Additional Names 
Kakap merah; Bambangan
Common Name 
Crimson Snapper
Scientific Name 
Lutjanus erythropterus
Additional Names 
Bambangan; Kakap merah; Kakap sawu
Common Name 
Goldband Snapper
Scientific Name 
Pristipomoides multidens
Additional Names 
Kurisi Bali; Angoli
Common Name 
Emperor Snapper
Scientific Name 
Lutjanus sebae
Additional Names 
Kakap bongkok; Sawu, Snapper bungkuk
Common Name 
Pinjalo Snapper
Scientific Name 
Pinjalo pinjalo
Additional Names 
Pinjalo
Common Name 
Orange-Spotted Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus coioides
Additional Names 
Kerapu, Kerapu tutul
Common Name 
Malabar Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus malabaricus
Additional Names 
Kerapu; Kerapu tutul; Kerapu lumpur
Common Name 
Leopard Grouper
Scientific Name 
Plectropomus leopardus
Additional Names 
Sunu; Kerapu sunu
Common Name 
Duskytail Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus bleekeri
Additional Names 
Kerapu; Babunjai; Kerapu batik
Common Name 
Coral Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus corallicola
Additional Names 
Kerapu; Sue sue
Common Name 
Greasy Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus tauvina
Additional Names 
Kerapu; Balong
Common Name 
Bar-Cheeked Coral Trout
Scientific Name 
Plectropomus maculatus
Additional Names 
Sunu; Kerapu lodi
Common Name 
Whitespotted Grouper
Scientific Name 
Epinephelus coeruleopunctatus
Additional Names 
Kerapu
Common Name 
Tomato Hind
Scientific Name 
Cephalopholis sonnerati
Additional Names 
Kerapu tomat; Kwaci merah
Common Name 
Humpback Grouper
Scientific Name 
Cromileptes altivelis
Additional Names 
Kerapu tikus
Gear Type 
Bottom Longline
Dropline
Gillnet
Handline
Trap Net
Location
FAO Major Fishing Area
Area 57 (Indian Ocean, Eastern)
Area 71 (Pacific, Western Central)
Exclusive Economic Zones
Country 
Indonesia
Geographic Scope 
Entire country
PrintPDF

FIP Leads

Organization Name 
Indonesian Demersal Association (ADI)
Organization Type 
Industry
Primary Contact 
M. Novi Saputra
Phone 
+62-31-99540949
Enter the public contact information for up to two leaders of the FIP. This information will be displayed on FisheryProgress.org for users who want to contact the FIP.
Expiration Date 
March 2021