- Vessel Modernization and Equipment Mechanization Program for Zone A and Zone B Vessels Under the Food Security Policy (DJM) 2021
- Meet the Customers Day for DOF P. Pinang is held on every Wednesday
- Self-Employment Social Security Scheme (SOCSO)
- Postponement of Industrial Training Until Further Notice
- Integrity Complaint
- 2021 Innovation Award Competition
- Announcement of Department of Fisheries Malaysia Agency Digital Services Promotion
List of District Offices
Office Telephone Fax Address Akuarium Tunku Abdul Rahman 04-626 3925 / 6 04-626 2210 Institut Penyelidikan Perikanan Batu Maung,
11960 Batu Maung,
firstname.lastname@example.org Pantai Kerachut Turtle Conservation and Information Centre 04-657 2777 04-657 2323 Teluk Bahang,
11050 Tanjung Bungah,
email@example.com Distict of Barat Daya/Timur Laut Fisheries Office 04-626 1497 04-626 1598 11960 Batu Maung,
firstname.lastname@example.org District of Seberang Perai Fisheries Office 04-540 2200 04-540 2202 No. 1, Jalan Permatang Rawa,
Kawasan Perniagaan Permatang Rawa,
14100 Bukit Mertajam,
email@example.com Gelugor Fisheries Innovation, Demonstration and Transformation Centre 04-657 2777 04-657 2323 Jalan Akuarium,
firstname.lastname@example.org National Fish Health Research Division (NaFisH) 04-626 3922 04-626 3977 11960 Batu Maung,
email@example.com Batu Maung Fisheries Research Institute 04-626 3925 / 3926 04-626 2210 11960 Batu Maung,
firstname.lastname@example.org Pulau Pinang Fisheries Office 04-657 2777 04-657 2323 Jalan Akuarium,
email@example.com Pulau Pinang Fisheries Biosecurity Unit 04-653 0519 04-657 2323 Pejabat Perikanan Negeri Pulau Pinang,
Jalan Akuarium, Gelugor,
11700 Pulau Pinang
Message from The Director
ASSALAMUALAIKUM WARAHMATULLLAHI WABARAKATUH AND GREETINGS
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Pulau Pinang Fisheries Office Website.
I am thankful to Allah SWT because with His bounty, the Pulau Pinang Fisheries Office Website can be produced to meet the needs of visitors to get the latest information related to services, information and implemented programmes.
We are grateful to Allah SWT for His gift to us with a variety of natural resources that are many and it may not be available in other places. Therefore, these resources must be managed in a good, systematic and sustainable manner so that they can continue and be utilised until the next generation. Today, the fisheries sector has developed rapidly in providing an important source of protein to the people of this country. The rate of fish-based food consumption by the population is increasing in line with the awareness of healthy and quality food.
Sub-sectors such as captured fisheries and aquaculture are the main thrust managed by the Pulau Pinang Fisheries Office by setting the latest policies and regulations that appropriate according to the expansion for the development of the fisheries industry to be on par with international standards.
The mission of the Department of Fisheries is to manage and develop the country’s fisheries sector in a sustainable, dynamic and competitive manner based on scientific information and quality services. Therefore, the Department of Fisheries Malaysia continues to focus on improving the quality, efficiency, delivery and shared information system between the Department and the stakeholders.
It is hoped that the Official Website of the PulauPinang Fisheries Office can provide facilities for visitors to obtain information on the services provided as well as the latest information on the Department’s activities. The Department welcomes constructive feedback and views to improve the quality of the Department’s services.
PULAU PINANG FISHERIES OFFICE