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Global Aquaculture And Fisheries Industry

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Global Aquaculture And Fisheries Industry

Global Aquaculture And Fisheries Industry

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Aquaculture and Fisheries in Thousand Tons by the following Segments: Aquaculture and Fisheries. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. A six-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets. The report profiles 382 companies including many key and niche players such as Kona Bay Marine Resources, Inc., Nireus S.A., Nutreco Holding N.V., Royal Greenland A/S, Sea Watch International Ltd., Selonda Aquaculture S.A., Starkist Seafood Company, Taylor Shellfish, Inc., TriMarine International, and Unima Group. Key Aquaculture Technology providers also discussed in the report include AKVA Group, Aquacare Environment, Inc., and Cyanotech Corp. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based upon search engine sources in the public domain.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONSStudy Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1Disclaimers I-2Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3Aquaculture I-3Fisheries I-3II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Fish: A Primary Source of Animal Protein II-1

Table 1: Global Fish Consumption (2011): Percentage Share

Breakdown for Food and Non-Food Uses (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-1

Production Insufficient to Meet Global Demand II-1

Aquaculture and Fisheries - Market Outlook II-2

Table 2: Increasing Contribution of Aquaculture to Global

Fish Supply: 2005-2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Regional Focus shifts from Developed to Developing Countries II-3

Aquaculture and Fisheries - Key Snapshots II-4

The Impact of 2008-2009 Recession on Global Aquaculture and

Fisheries Sector II-4

Recessionary Impact on Main Species - A Quick Review II-5

Chile Bounces Back Following the 2007 Virus Attack II-5

Aquaculture & Fisheries Production Statistics II-6

Table 3: World Fish Production by Type and Area (2011):

Volume Production in Tons for Commercial Catches (Capture) &

Aquaculture, and Inland Waters & Marine Waters (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-6

Table 4: World Aquaculture and Commercial Catches by Area(2011): Breakdown for Marine Areas and Inland Areas (InMetric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7

Table 5: World Aquaculture and Commercial Catches by Species

(2011): Breakdown of Live Weight for Fish, Mollusks,

Crustaceans, Sea Urchins and other echinoderms, and Others

(in Tons) II-8

Table 6: World Aquaculture and Commercial Catches byUtilization Type: 2011 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9

Table 7: World Aquaculture Production by Geographic Region

(2011): Breakdown of Production Volume in '000 Tons for Asia,

Americas, Europe, Africa and Oceania (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-9

Table 8: World Aquaculture Production by Leading Producer(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown by Volume for China,India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh, Norway,Chile, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9

Table 9: World Inland Aquaculture Fisheries Production by

Geographic Region (2011): Breakdown of Production Volume in

'000 Tons for Asia, Africa, Americas, Europe, and Oceania

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

Table 10: World Capture Fisheries Production by GeographicRegion (2011): Production Volume in '000 tons for Asia, SouthAmerica, Europe, Africa, North America, Central America andCarribean and Oceania (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

Table 11: World Capture Fisheries Production by Leading

Producer (2011): Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume

for China, Peru, Indonesia, US, India, Japan, Russian

Federation, Chile, and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-11

Table 12: World Inland Capture Fisheries Production byGeographic Region (2011): Percentage Breakdown of ProductionVolume for Asia, Africa, Americas, Europe, and Oceania(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11Market Challenges II-11Farming Outshines Wild Capture II-12Salmon - the Major Farmed Specie in the Global Aquaculture Market II-12Asian Fish Producers Eye Exports II-12

2. MARKET TRENDS AND ISSUES II-13

Developing World Turns to Aquaculture to Ward Off Malnutrition II-13

Developing Countries to Mobilize Resources for Aquaculture II-13

Fish Prices to Increase Further II-13

Vegetable-based Feeds Gaining Importance II-13

Growing Awareness of the Sustainability Needs II-14

Long-Term Trends in Aquaculture II-14

Science-based Traditional Approach to Aquaculture II-15

Issues Affecting Future Trade in Aquaculture and Related Products II-15

Externalities II-15

Food Security II-15

Quality II-15

Tariffs II-15

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-16Aquaculture II-16Aquaculture: A Blue Revolution II-16Types of Aquaculture II-16Food Fish Species II-17Bait Species II-17Ornamental Species II-17Fee Fishing II-17Aquarium Aquaculture II-18Lake Stock Aquaculture II-18Why Aquaculture? II-18Modern Aquaculture Systems II-19Production Phases in Aquaculture II-19Production Methods II-19Ponds II-19Cage Culture II-20Raceways II-20Water Re-Circulating Systems II-21Major Aquaculture Species Cultivated II-21Freshwater Fishes II-22Aquatic Plants and Algae II-23Microalgae II-23Freshwater Aquaculture: Semi-Intensive Vs. Intensive Systems II-24Nets Used for Aquaculture II-24Seine Nets II-25Trawl Nets II-25Beam Trawls II-25Otter Trawls II-25Pair Trawls II-25Otter Trawls II-26Pair Trawls II-26Lift Nets II-26Gillnets and Entangling Nets II-26Trapping Nets II-26Fisheries II-27Fish - Nutritional Value II-27Fisheries - A Rich Source for Marine Wealth II-27Fish Farming - Global Facts II-27Sources of Marine Wealth II-28Productivity Comparison of Various Sources of Marine Wealth- Open Ocean, Coastal Waters, and Upwelling Areas II-28Classification of Marine Organisms II-28Sectors in Fisheries II-28Commercial Sector II-28Recreational/Sporting Sector II-28Traditional Sector II-29Precautions for Transporting and Marketing Live Fish II-29

4. AQUACULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT II-30

Aquaculture II-30

Environment Pollution II-30

Fish for Fish Feeds II-30

Organic and Chemical Pollution II-30

Mangroves and Shrimp Aquaculture II-30

Intensive Shrimp Farming: A Threat to Environment II-31

Best Production and Management Practices in Aquaculture II-31

International Standards for Aquaculture Drugs II-31

Aquaculture Trade Regulations II-32

International Agreements II-32

White Spot Disease - A Major Threat for Shrimp Industry II-32

Predator Control in Aquaculture II-33

Pros & Cons II-33

Employment Opportunities in Aquaculture to Grow II-33

Negative Effects and Risks of Aquaculture II-33

El Nino and La Nina - Effects on Aquatic Life II-34

Fisheries II-34

Facts about Overexploitation II-34

"Bait" Now as "Catch" II-35

Cause and Effect Relationship II-35

Fiscal Approach II-35

Government Policies II-35

Science and Technology II-35

Cost and Profit Analysis II-35

Buyer Be Aware II-35

5. TECHNOLOGY IN AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES INDUSTRY II-36The Role of Technology II-36Table 13: World Fish Meal Consumption by Sector (2011):Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Consumption forAquaculture, Pigs, Poultry, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

Table 14: World Fish Meal Consumption in Aquaculture by Type

of Fish Reared (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume

Consumption for Salmon & Trout, Marine Fish, Crustaceans,

Eels, Cyprinids, and Other Freshwater Fishes (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-37

Table 15: World Fish Oil Consumption by End-use Sector(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Consumption forAquaculture, Direct Human Consumption and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-37

Table 16: World Fish Oil Consumption in Aquaculture by Type

of Fish Reared (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume

Consumption for Salmon & Trout, Marine Fish, Cyprinids,

Tilapias, Eels, and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-37

Role of Biotechnology in the Field of Aquaculture II-38

Marine Organism-Based Chemicals Offer Potential for Biofuel

Generation II-38

Gene Transfer / Transgenic Fish II-38

Selective Breeding in Aquaculture II-38

Significance of Genetic Improvement Programs II-38

Need for R&D II-39

Areas to be Researched Upon II-39

What is Extensive and Intensive System of Cultivation? II-39

Relationship between Intensification and Environmental Impacts II-39

Pros and Cons of Capital-Intensive Production Systems II-40

Methods to Overcome Drawbacks of Intensive Cultivation II-40

6. AN INSIGHT INTO ORGANIC AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION II-41Introduction II-41Major Organic Species II-41Organic Shrimp II-41Organic Shellfish II-41Organic Salmon II-41Organic Carp and Trout II-42Organic Seafood Market II-42Factors Contributing towards Growth of Organic AquacultureSector II-42Organic Food: Product Life Cycle II-43Distribution Channels II-43Motivating Factors II-43Global Standards in Organic Aquaculture Cultivation II-44Drawbacks II-44

7. PROMINENCE OF FISH PRODUCT LABELING II-45

Facts of Labeling II-45

Labeling Regulations II-45

Government Initiatives II-45

US Regulations II-45

Organic Labels II-45

Private Initiatives II-46

MSC Labels II-46

8. REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT II-47Regulations in Drug Usage II-47Threat of Antibiotic Resistance II-47Pesticide Use in Aquaculture II-47Alternatives II-47Government Intervention: A Prerequisite II-48

9. FACTS ABOUT SEAFOOD II-49

Introduction II-49

Seafood Preservation Techniques II-49

Role of Fish in Human Life II-49

Skin Care from Seafood II-49

Aquatic Animals: A Potential Source of Medicinal Properties II-50

Demand and Supply Variance II-50

Price Determinants II-50

10. WORLD TRADE STATISTICS II-51Table 17: World Fish Exports and Imports: 2005-2010 (US$Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-51

Table 18: World Leading Fish Exporters by Country (2010):

Percentage Share Breakdown in Value Terms for China, Norway,

Thailand, USA, Vietnam, Canada, Chile, Indonesia, Peru and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-51

Table 19: World Leading Fish Importers by Country (2010):Percentage Share Breakdown in Value Terms for China, Norway,Thailand, USA, Vietnam, Canada, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-52

11. GLOBAL HISTORIC TRADE RELATED STATS - A PERSPECTIVE BUILDER II-53

Table 20: Global Aquaculture and Fisheries Market (2002 &

2003): Percentage Breakdown of Exports by Species - Shrimp,

Ground Fish, Salmon, Tuna, Mollusks (other), Small Pelagics,

Fresh Water, Cephalopods, Fishmeal, Fish Oil, and Others

(includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-53

Table 21: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Oysters Market(2002): Exports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - China,Korea, France, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, USA, Senegal,Panama, India, Chile, and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-54

Table 22: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Oysters Market

(2002): Imports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - Japan,

Italy, Hong Kong, USA, France, Taiwan, Ghana, Belgium, Spain,

Canada, Germany, Singapore, Australia, and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-54

Table 23: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Oysters Market(2002): Exports in (US$ Million) by Region/ Country - China,Korea, France, Netherlands, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Panama,Senegal, India, Ireland, Chile, Ecuador, Denmark, Italy,Thailand, and Others (includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-55

Table 24: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Oysters Market

(2002): Imports (in US$ Million) by Region/ Country - Japan,

USA, Hong Kong, Italy, Spain, Belgium, France, Singapore,

Canada, Australia, Germany, and Others (includes corresponding

Graphs/Chart) II-56

Table 25: Global Cultured Oysters Market (2002): Production(in '000 Tons) by Region/Country - China, Japan, Korea,France, USA, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Canada, Australia,Ireland, Spain, Chile, Netherlands, and Others II-56

Table 26: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Scallops Market

(2002): Exports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - China,

Canada, Argentina, UK, Japan, USA, Denmark, France, Chile,

Italy, Russia, Australia, India, Peru, Indonesia, Mexico, and

Others (includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-57

Table 27: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Scallops Market(2002): Imports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - USA,France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Korea, Hong Kong, Australia,Belgium, Denmark, China, Singapore, Germany, and Others(includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-58

Table 28: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Scallops Market

(2002): Exports (in US$ Million) by Region/ Country - Canada,

Japan, UK, China, USA, Argentina, Chile, Australia, France,

Denmark, Peru, Russia, Italy, Mexico, Belgium, Iceland,

Greenland, New Zealand, Ireland, Netherlands, Thailand,

Singapore, Hong Kong, and Others (includes corresponding

Graphs/Chart) II-59

Table 29: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Scallops Market(2002): Imports (in US$ Million) by Region/ Country - USA,France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Hong Kong, Belgium, Australia,Denmark, Singapore, Korea, Germany, Netherlands, China,Switzerland, Japan, UK, and Others (includes correspondingGraphs/Chart) II-60

Table 30: Global Scallops (Capture and Culture) Market (2002):

Production (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - China, Japan,

USA, Canada, UK, France, Chile, Mexico, Russia, Australia,

Peru, Iceland, Norway, and Others (includes corresponding

Graphs/Chart) II-61

Table 31: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mussels Market(2002): Exports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - Spain,Netherlands, Denmark, New Zealand, China, Inland, Greece, UK,India, Canada, Italy, France, Norway, and Others (includescorresponding Graphs/Chart) II-62

Table 32: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mussels Market

(2002): Imports (in '000 Tons) by Region/ Country - France,

Italy, Germany, USA, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, UK, Hong

Kong, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Portugal, China, and Others

(includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-63

Table 33: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mussels Market(2002): Exports (in US$ Million) by Region/ Country - NewZealand, Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Canada, India,China, UK, France, Greece, Italy, Turkey, Korea, Chile, US,Norway, and Others (includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-64

Table 34: Global Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mussels Market

(2002): Imports (in US$ Million) by Region/ Country - Belgium,

USA, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, UK, Netherlands, Hong

Kong, Canada, Australia, Portugal, and Others (includes

corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-65

Table 35: Global Mussels (Capture and Culture) Market (2002):Production (in '000 Tons) by Region/Country - China, Spain,Italy, Thailand, Denmark, New Zealand, France, Chile,Netherlands, UK, Canada, Ireland, Greece, Korea, Peru, USA,Philippines, Germany, Turkey, Australia, Sweden, and Others(includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) II-66

12. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-67

Tri Marine International to Rebuild STP's Cold Store Facility II-67

FRV Media to Take Over Global SeaFarms Group II-67

Blue Ocean Mariculture Acquires Kona Blue's Offshore and

Hatchery Assets II-67

Pharmaq Takes Over Havbruksinstituttet II-67

Earth Ocean Farms and Ocean Farm Technologies Complete Merger II-68

Anpario Takes Over Meriden Animal Health II-68

Tethys Ocean Acquires Dias Aquaculture II-68

AgriMarine Enters into Deal with Ito-Yokado Grocery Retail Chain II-69

Malaysia Enters into Aquaculture Regulatory Framework

Agreement with Norway II-69

ecoTECH Inks Agreement Related to Aquaponics with Government

of Alberta II-69

Stevia Enters into JV Agreement with Tech-New to Form Stevia

Technew II-70

Process Technology Receives cULus Listing for SmartOne® Line

of PTC Electric Immersion Heaters II-70

Pesquera Bio Bio Merges with Camanchaca Pesca Sur II-71

Best Aquaculture Practices and SGS Ink Service Agreement II-71

DIANA Group and Agro Comercial Terramar Company Enter into

Joint Venture II-72

Giant Eagle and SPF Enter into Partnership II-72

13. CORPORATE ACTIVITY IN THE PAST - A PERSPECTIVE BULIDER II-73Stirius and MetaMorphix Enter into Joint Venture to FormAquaAnimal Health II-73Mercian to Divest Nanki Kushimoto Fisheries to Toyo Reizo II-73Trident Takes Over Kasilof Fish II-73Hung Vuong Acquires 3.8 Million Shares of AGIFISH II-73Al- Faiz Fund Acquires Two Aquaculture Companies II-74Australis Aquaculture Divests Subsidiaries and Farming Operations II-74Open Blue Sea Farms Acquires Pristine's Major Assets II-74Huon Aquaculture Snaps Up Spring Smoked Seafoods II-75Skystar Purchases Aquaculture Vaccine Technology II-75Pacific Seafood Concludes Salmolux Acquisition II-75Key West Fresh Acquires Barnacle Seafood II-75ANC Holdings Acquires Controlling Stake in Dhofar Fisheries II-76CWSI Introduces AquaClens Oxygenation System for AquacultureIndustry II-76Cooke Aquaculture Signs Agreement to Take Over Salmones Cupquelan II-76Loch Fyne Oysters Takes Over Simson's Fisheries II-76Glacier Fish Acquires Alaska Ocean Seafoods II-77Bell Aquaculture Launches Yellow Perch Farm II-77PetroSun BioFuels Enters into an Agreement with Biomass Partners II-77Lakeland Marine Acquires Salmon Licenses from LighthouseCaledonia II-78The Nigerian Federal Government Announces Plans for Setting upThree Shrimp Farming Training Centers II-78KPKKB Teams Up with Aero Supplies for Exporting FreshwaterPatin Fish II-78BFAR Launches Mariculture Park Zone in Northeastern Mindanao II-78AKVA Group Acquires Idema Aqua II-78OKed Secures HACCP Certification for Aquatic Exports to the US II-79Computronics Plans to Take over Thurla Farms II-79Novus International Establishes Research Center II-79Futuris to Divest Non-Core Business Assets II-79Icicle Seafoods Acquires M/V Stellar Sea II-80Norway and Indonesia Enters into Agreement to Establish a NewCommittee II-80Kedah Corp. Acquires Majority Interest in MAS II-80Biomin Establishes New Aquaculture Research Center II-80Ukraine and Vietnam Sign Agreement for Aquaculture and Fisheries II-80Aleutia Sign Agreement with Peter Pan to Acquire Stake inBristol Bay Processor II-81Majuikan and Mytrans Establishes New Fish Farm II-81Russia and Norway Extends Agreement on Barents Sea Fisheries II-81SalMar ASA to Acquire Fjordsmolt AS and Straumen Havbruk AS II-81Hjaltland Acquires Shetland Salmon Business of Collarfirth Salmon II-81BFAR to Expand Eastern Visayas Mariculture Zones II-82SPoNFish ASA to Acquire Brodrene Hveding AS II-82Zhejiang Holley to Acquire 100% Stake in SKDSFCL II-82Icicle Seafoods to Acquire Smoki Foods II-82FP Icicle Holdings Acquires Icicle Seafoods II-82EW Group Announces Aqua Gen Acquisition II-83Lighthouse Caledonia Agrees to Acquire Farming Sites fromHebridean Salmon II-83BioMar Concludes Provimi Aqua Acquisition II-83Cell Aquaculture forms JV with ASSAR Fishery II-83Maruha Plans to Acquire Agrobest II-83SeaArk Finalizes Deal to Produce Prawns using MaricultureTechnology II-84Zagro Announces BASF Acquisition II-84Omstead Divests Stake in Fish Business Division to Great Lakes II-84AKVA Agrees to Acquire Danish Aquaculture Development Group II-84Skretting Japan Takes Over Marine Net's Fish FeedManufacturing Plants II-85Selonda Aquaculture Acquires Echinades Aquaculture's ShareCapital II-85Yuh Yow Fishery and Konsortium Galdasar Sign MoU II-85

14. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-86

Kona Bay Marine Resources, Inc. (USA) II-86

Nireus S.A. (Greece) II-86

Nutreco Holding N.V. (The Netherlands) II-86

Royal Greenland A/S (Greenland) II-86

Sea Watch International Ltd. (USA) II-86

Selonda Aquaculture S.A. (Greece) II-87

StarKist Seafood Company (USA) II-87

Taylor Shellfish, Inc. (USA) II-87

TriMarine International (USA) II-87

Unima Group (Madagascar) II-87

Aquaculture Technology Providers II-87

AKVA Group (Norway) II-87

Aquacare Environment, Inc. (USA) II-88

Cyanotech Corp. (USA) II-88

15. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-89Table 36: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forAquaculture and Fisheries by Geographic Region - US, Canada,Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with AnnualConsumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-89

Table 37: World Historic Review for Aquaculture and Fisheries

by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in Thousand

Tons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-90

Table 38: World 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture andFisheries by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown ofVolume Consumption for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Marketsfor Years 2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-91

Table 39: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Aquaculture by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of

World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption

in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-92

Table 40: World Historic Review for Aquaculture by GeographicRegion - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excludingJapan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets IndependentlyAnalyzed with Annual Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-93

Table 41: World 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture by

Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumption

for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004, 2011 &

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-94

Table 42: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forFisheries by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest ofWorld Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumptionin Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-95

Table 43: World Historic Review for Fisheries by Geographic

Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years

2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-96

Table 44: World 15-Year Perspective for Fisheries byGeographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumptionfor US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2004, 2011 &2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-97III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Current and Future Analysis III-1

Recession Drubs Seafood Market III-1

A Conceptual Framework of the US Aquaculture Industry III-1

Aquaculture: Fastest Growing Segment of Agriculture III-2

US Aquaculture Producing Regions by Species Produced III-2

Aquaculture Industry - What the Future Holds III-2

Factors Influencing Aquaculture Production III-2

Evolution of Aquaculture over Wild Harvest III-2

An Insight into the US Antibiotics Market in Aquaculture

Industry III-3

Major Challenges to Reckon With III-3

Measures to Control Environmental Pollution III-3

Regulatory Issues III-3

Some of the Drugs Approved for Aquaculture III-4

Standards and Regulations for Seafood Market III-4

The HACCP System for Food Safety III-4

Key Consumption Statistics III-5

Table 45: US Per Capita Consumption of Seafood (2011):

Breakdown by Shrimp, Canned Tuna, Salmon, Pollock, Catfish,

Tilapia, Crab, Cod, Clams and Pangasius (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5

Table 46: US Fish Landings by Species in Metric Tons: 2010(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-6

Table 47: US Fish Landings by Major States in Metric Tons:

2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-7

Table 48: US Fish Landings by Region (2010): DomesticLandings in Metric Tons for Pacific Coast, Gulf,Chesapeake, New England, Middle Atlantic, South Atlantic,Hawaii, and Great Lakes (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-8

Table 49: US Commercial Fish & Shellfish Landings (2010):

Percentage Share Breakdown for Human Food and Industrial

Purposes (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-8

Import statistics III-9

Table 50: US Imports of Edible Fishery Products by Type

(2010): Volume Imports for Fresh & Frozen, Canned, Cured,

Caviar and Roe, Prepared Meals, and Other Fish and

Shellfish (In Metric Tons) (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-9

Table 51: US Edible and Non-Edible Fishery ProductsImports by Country of Origin (2010): Breakdown of VolumeImports for North America, South America, Europe, Asia,Oceania, and Africa (In Metric Tons) (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-10

Table 52: US Imports of Edible and Non-Edible Fishery

Product by Country of Origin (2010): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Volume Imports for China, Thailand, Canada,

Indonesia, Vietnam, Ecuador, and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-11

Table 53: US Imports of Edible and Non-Edible FisheryProduct by Country of Origin (2010): Percentage ShareBreakdown of Value Imports for China, Canada, Thailand,Indonesia, Vietnam, Ecuador, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-11

Table 54: US Shrimp Imports by Country of Origin (2010):

Breakdown of Volume Imports for Thailand, Ecuador,

Indonesia, China, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Mexico,

Honduras, and Others (In Metric Tons) (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12

Table 55: US Imports of Regular & Minced Fish Blocks &Slabs by Country of Origin (2010): Breakdown of ImportVolume for China, Canada, Poland, Chile, Argentina,Russian Federation, Norway, Indonesia, and Others (InMetric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12

Table 56: US Imports of Canned Tuna by Country of Origin

(2010): Breakdown of Import Volume for Thailand,

Philippines, Vietnam, Ecuador, Indonesia, China, Mexico,

and Others (In Metric Tons) (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 57: US Imports of Cod-Like Groundfish Fillets byCountry of Origin (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown ofVolume Imports for China, Iceland, Canada, Norway, andOthers (In Metric Tons) (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-13

Table 58: US Imports of Cod-Like Groundfish Blocks/Slabs

by Country of Origin (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of

Volume Imports for China, Russian Federation, and Others

(In Metric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Export Statistics III-14

Table 59: US Exports of Edible Fishery Products by Type

(2010): Breakdown of Volume Exports for Fresh & Frozen,

Canned, Cured, Caviar and Roe, Prepared Meals, and Other

Fish and Shellfish (In Metric Tons) (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 60: US Edible and Non-Edible Fishery ProductsExports by Country of Destination (2010): Breakdown ofVolume Exports for North America, South America, Europe,Asia, Oceania, and Africa (In Metric Tons) (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-15

Table 61: US Exports of Edible and Non-Edible Fishery

Product by Country of Destination (2010): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Volume Exports for China, Japan, Canada,

South Korea, Germany, Netherlands, and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-16

Table 62: US Exports of Edible and Non-Edible FisheryProduct by Country of Destination (2010): Percentage ShareBreakdown of Value Exports for Canada, Japan, China, SouthKorea, Germany, France, Netherlands, and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-17

Table 63: US Exports of Fresh & Frozen Shrimp by Country

of Destination (2010): Breakdown of Export Volume for

Canada, Denmark, Mexico, Indonesia, Sweden, and Others (In

Metric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-17

Table 64: US Exports of Fresh & Frozen Lobster by Countryof Destination (2010): Breakdown of Export Volume forCanada, Italy, Spain, France, China - Hong Kong, andOthers (In Metric Tons) (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-18

Table 65: US Exports of Frozen Surimi by Country of

Destination (2010): Breakdown of Export Volume for Japan,

South Korea, France, Spain, Netherlands, Russian

Federation, Lithuania, and Others (In Metric Tons)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 66: US Exports of Canned Salmon by Country ofDestination (2010): Breakdown of Export Volume for Canada,United Kingdom, Australia, Netherlands, and Others (InMetric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 67: US Exports of Fresh & Frozen Crab by Country of

Destination (2010): Breakdown of Export Volume for Japan,

Canada, China, and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-19

Strategic Corporate Initiatives III-19

Product/Service Launches III-22

Focus on Select Major Players III-23

B.Market Analytics III-25

Table 68: The US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and

Fisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-25

Table 69: The US Historic Review for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in ThousandTons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-26

Table 70: The US 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Volume

Consumption for Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets for Years

2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

2. CANADA III-27A.Market Analysis III-27Current and Future Analysis III-27Fishing Industry Wrestles with Recession III-27Production & Retail Statistics: III-28Table 71: Canadian Aquaculture Production (excludingRe-stocking) (2006-2010) - Production Volume in tons(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28

Table 72: Canadian Aquaculture Production by type (2010) -

Production Volume in tons for Finfish (Salmon, Trout, Other

Finfish) and Shellfish (Mussels, Oysters, Clams, Scallops

and Other Shellfish) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28

Table 73: Canada Aquaculture Production by Province (2010) -Production Volume in tons for British Columbia, NewBrunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-29

Table 74: Canadian Finfish Production (2006-2010) -

Production Volume in tons (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-29

Table 75: Canadian Shellfish Production (2006 - 2010) -Production Volume in tons (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-30

Table 76: Canadian Fish and Seafood Market by Retail

Channel (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown for Foodservice,

Supermarkets, and Specialty Stores/Open Markets (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-30

Export & Import Statistics III-31

Table 77: Canadian Seafood Exports by Type of Species

(2010) - Percentage Breakdown for Lobster, Salmon, Crab,

Shrimp, Groundfish, Freshwater, Herring, and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-31

Table 78: Canadian Exports of Aquaculture Products byCountry of Destination (2010): Export Volume for UnitedStates, France, Japan, Taiwan, and Others III-31

Table 79: Canadian Exports of Aquaculture Products to the

United States by Major Cities (2010): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Volume Exports for Massachusetts, Maine, New

York, California, Washington, and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-32

Table 80: Canadian Fish & Shellfish Commercial CatchLandings (2010): Breakdown of Landings in '000 US$ of LiveWeight Fish and Shellfish (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-33

Table 81: Canadian Imports of Fish & Seafood by Country of

Origin (2010): Percentage Breakdown by Volume for the

United States, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Chile, and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33

Table 82: Canadian Seafood Exports by Country ofDestination (2010) - Percentage Breakdown for US, Europe,Japan, China and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-34

Table 83: Canadian Exports of Groundfish by Country of

Destination (2010): Volume Exports in MT for United

States, Asia, Europe and Other (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-34

Table 84: Canadian Imports of Flatfish by Country ofOrigin (2010): Value Imports in US$ for United States,Japan, India, Norway, Iceland, Mexico, Costa Rica, Italy(including Vatican City), Australia and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-34

Table 85: Canadian Exports of Flatfish by Country of

Destination (2010): Value Exports in US$ Thousand for

United States, South Korea and China (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35

Table 86: Canadian Imports of Frozen Lobster by Country ofOrigin (2010): Value Imports in US$ Thousand forRe-Imports (Canada), United States, Bahamas, Belize,Mexico, Iceland, Mozambique, Turks and Caicos Islands,Honduras and Haiti III-35

Table 87: Canadian Exports of Lobster by Country of

Destination (2010): Value Exports in '000 US$ for United

States, Japan, France (including Monaco and French

Antilles), Spain, Italy (including Vatican City), Belgium,

Netherlands, Germany, South Korea, United Kingdom and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 88: Canadian Imports of Salmon by Country of Origin(2010): Value Imports in US$ for Norway, Chile, UnitedStates, Re-Imports (Canada), and France (including Monacoand French Antilles) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 89: Canadian Exports of Salmon (Atlantic/Danube

(Except Livers Or Roes) - Frozen (Excl Fish Fillets)) by

Country of Destination (2010): Value Exports for United

States, Vietnam and Hong Kong) (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-37

Table 90: Canadian Imports of Salmon (prepared orpreserved, whole or in pieces, not minced) (2010) byCountry of Origin - Value Imports in '000 US$ for UnitedStates, Thailand, China, Norway, Denmark, and Others III-37

Table 91: Canadian Exports of Canned Salmon by Country of

Destination (2010): Value Exports in US$ for United

Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, United States,

Italy (including Vatican City), Japan, Ireland,

Netherlands and France (including Monaco and French

Antilles) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-38

Strategic Corporate Initiatives III-38

B.Market Analytics III-39

Table 92: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and

Fisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39

Table 93: Canadian Historic Review for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in ThousandTons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-40

Table 94: Canadian 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Volume

Consumption for Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets for Years

2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40

3. JAPAN III-41A.Market Analysis III-41Current and Future Analysis III-41Market Overview III-41Tsunami and Thereafter . III-41Table 95: Japanese Fishery and Aquaculture Production byCategory (2011): Production Volume for Marine (Fisheriesand Aquaculture) and Inland Water (Fisheries andAquaculture) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42Exports and Imports (EXIM) Statistics III-42Table 96: Japanese Imports of Salmon & Trout by Country ofOrigin (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Importsfor Chile, Norway, US, Russia and Others (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 97: Japanese Shrimp Imports by Country of Origin

(2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Imports for

Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, India, China, and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 98: Japanese Frozen Shrimp Imports (2010): VolumeImports in '000 tons by Select Countries - Vietnam,Indonesia, Thailand, India, China, Canada, Russia,Greenland, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Bangladesh andOthers (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43B.Market Analytics III-44Table 99: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysisfor Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture andFisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with AnnualConsumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 100: Japanese Historic Review for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in Thousand

Tons for Years 2004 through 2009) (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 101: Japanese 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of VolumeConsumption for Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets for Years2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

4. EUROPE III-47

A.Market Analysis III-47

Current and Future Analysis III-47

Market Overview III-47

An Insight into the European Fisheries Market III-47

Table 102: European Market for Smoked Salmon (2011):

Percentage Breakdown by Volume Production for France,

Germany, UK, Italy, Scandinavia, Spain and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48

Table 103: Per Capita Consumption of Fish in Europe byCountry (2011): Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Greece,and Other EU-25 Countries (In Kgs Per Year) (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-48Sustainable Fishing: An Emerging Trend III-49Market Segmentation III-49The EU: The Key Importer of Fishery Products III-49Table 104: Danish Imports of Shrimps by Country of Origin -(2009): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports forGreenland, Canada, Faroe Island, UK, Netherlands, Iceland,Thailand, Vietnam, India, Norway, China, and Others(includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) III-50

Table 105: Spanish Imports of Shrimps by Country of Origin -

(2009): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Imports for

China, Ecuador, Argentina, Morocco, Nicaragua, Colombia,

Belgium, Netherlands, Cuba, and Others (includes

corresponding Graphs/Chart) III-50

Table 106: French Imports of Shrimps by Country of Origin(2009): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Imports bySelect Country of Origin for Ecuador, India, Colombia,Netherlands, Brazil, Madagascar, Thailand, Vietnam,Indonesia, Belgium, Spain, Denmark, Venezuela, Bangladesh,and Others (includes corresponding Graphs/Chart) III-51

Table 107: Italian Imports of Shrimps by Country of Origin -

(2009): Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Imports by

Select Country of Origin for Ecuador, Spain, India,

Denmark, Argentina, China, Netherlands, Thailand, UK,

Indonesia, and Others (includes corresponding

Graphs/Chart) III-51

Common Fisheries Policy in the European Union III-52

B.Market Analytics III-53

Table 108: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Aquaculture and Fisheries by Geographic Region - France,

Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Spain, and Rest of European

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in

Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 109: European Historic Review for Aquaculture andFisheries by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy,Spain, the UK, Spain, and Rest of European MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in ThousandTons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-54

Table 110: European 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of

Volume Consumption for France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the

UK, and Rest of European Markets for Years 2004, 2011 & 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

Table 111: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysisfor Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture andFisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with AnnualConsumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018)(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 112: European Historic Review for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in Thousand

Tons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-57

Table 113: European 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of VolumeConsumption for Aquaculture and Fisheries Markets for Years2004, 2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-58

4a. FRANCE III-59

A.Market Analysis III-59

Current and Future Analysis III-59

Market Overview III-59

Strategic Corporate Initiative III-59

B.Market Analytics III-60

Table 114: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and

Fisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

Table 115: French Historic Review for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in ThousandTons for Years 2004 through 2009 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-61

Table 116: French 15-Year Perspective for Aquaculture and

Fisheries by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Volume

Consumption for Aquaculture and Fisheries for Years 2004,

2011 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

4b. GERMANY III-63A.Market Analysis III-63Current and Future Analysis III-63Market Overview III-63Imports Statistics III-63Table 117: German Frozen Alaska Pollock Fillets Imports byCountry of Origin: Percentage Share Breakdown in Volumefor China, US, Russia, and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-63

Table 118: German Frozen Cod Fillets Imports by Country of

Origin (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown in Volume for

Poland, China, Denmark, Russia, Iceland, Norway and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

B.Market Analytics III-64

Table 119: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Aquaculture and Fisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and

Fisheries Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Consumption in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

Table 120: German Historic Review for Aquaculture andFisheries by Segment - Aquaculture and Fisheries MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Consumption in ThousandTons for Years 2004 t

To order this report:Fish_and_Seafood Industry: Global Aquaculture And Fisheries Industry

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