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Shrimp

 
Report Date: Thursday, October 23, 2014
 
 
 

 

This report focuses on catch volumes and harvests of different species of shrimp and prawns in the EU, Iceland, Chile and the US. It also highlights fishing bans, prices, inventories, markets, imports and exports of species detailed in the following index.

INDEX

 
1. EUROPE
1.1 European Union – Argentine pink shrimp, Argentine stiletto prawn, whiteleg shrimp, black tiger shrimp
1.2 Iceland - Northern prawn
 
2. LATIN AMERICA
2.1 Chile –Nylon shrimp, yellow shrimp, carrot squat lobster and whiteleg shrimp
 
3. NORTH AMERICA
3.1 United States – Black tiger shrimp, Indian white shrimp, flower shrimp, pink prawn, whiteleg shrimp, northern prawn and others
 

 

1. EUROPE

1.1 European Union

Argentine pink shrimp (Pleoticus muelleri)
Argentine stiletto prawn (Artemesia longinaris)
Whiteleg shrimp (Penaeus vannamei)
Black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon)

Inventories

Spain

On the wholesale market of Mercamadrid, during week 42, supplies of frozen shrimp and prawn increased. Those of fresh shrimp and prawn declined. The most important variations were the increases in small and medium prawn.

Table 1: Incoming volumes into Mercamadrid,
weeks 42 and 41

Presentation

Product

Volume (kg)

% of variation

Week 42

Week 41

Frozen

Large HOSO prawn

4,126

2,595

59

Frozen

Medium HOSO prawn

33,008

20,754

59

Frozen

Small HOSO prawn

41,259

25,944

59

Frozen

HLSO prawn (tails)

4,126

2,595

59

Frozen

Cooked shrimp

45,376

42,417

7

Frozen

Large shrimp

5,585

5,220

7

Frozen

Medium shrimp

10,472

9,789

7

Frozen

Small shrimp

6,980

6,525

7

Fresh

Rice prawn

6,786

7,351

-8

Fresh

Large cooked prawn

1,508

1,634

-8

Fresh

Medium cooked prawn

3,016

3,266

-8

Fresh

Huge prawn

755

817

-8

Fresh

Grill prawn

3,016

3,266

-8

Fresh

Medium cooked shrimp

1,823

8,025

-77

Fresh

Fresh shrimp

486

2,140

-77

 Source: Mercamadrid

Italy

Volumes landed during week 42 increased in shrimps and prawns (camarones and gambas). The most significant rise was reported by white prawn. The main ports were Ancona and Aci Trezza.

Table 2: Volumes of pelagic species traded at Italian ports,
weeks 41 and 42, in kg

Species

Week 42

Week 41

% of variation

Prawn

930

801

16

Deep-sea shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris)

4,404

1,312

236

Giant red shrimp (Aristaeomorpha foliacea)

1,544

1,215

27

Shrimp (Penaeus kerathurus)

6,091

5,168

18

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

Prices

Spain

On Spanish first-sale markets, the prices of Argentine prawn, Penaeus vannamei and Penaeus monodon remained stable.

Table 3: DDP Spain prices of shrimp, through 21 October

Product

Count
Price (EUR/kg)

HOSO pink shrimp (Pleoticus muelleri)

L1 - 10/20 pc/kg

8.50

L2 - 21/30 pc/kg

7.80

L3 - 31/40 pc/kg

7.30

L4 - 41/50 pc/kg

7.00

L5 - 51/60 pc/kg

5.50

HOSO Whiteleg shrimp (Penaeus vannamei)

21/30 pc/kg

9.90

31/40 pc/kg

9.50

41/50 pc/kg

8.70

51/60 pc/kg

7.70

61/70 pc/kg

6.90

71/80 pc/kg

6.60

81/90 pc/kg

6.50

91/100 pc/kg

6.40

101/120 pc/kg

5.80

HOSO Black tiger shrimp (Penaeus Monodon)

13/15 pc/kg

10.15

16/20 pc/kg

9.00

21/30 pc/kg

6.05

31/40 pc/kg

5.35

41/50 pc/kg

5.00

Source: FIS.com

On Mercamadrid, prices remained stable during week 42, compared with the previous week.

Table 4: Prices on the wholesale market
of Mercamadrid, weeks 41 and 42

Presentation

Product

Price (EUR/kg)

% of variation

Week 42

Week 41

Frozen

Large HOSO prawn

38.00

38.00

0

Frozen

Medium HOSO prawn

24.04

24.04

0

Frozen

Small HOSO prawn

12.02

12.02

0

Frozen

HLSO prawn (tails)

10.22

10.22

0

Frozen

Cooked shrimp

6.91

6.91

0

Frozen

Large shrimp

22.84

22.84

0

Frozen

Medium shrimp

16.83

16.83

0

Frozen

Small shrimp

10.22

10.22

0

Fresh

Rice prawn

9.92

9.92

0

Fresh

Large cooked prawn

28.85

28.85

0

Fresh

Medium cooked prawn

18.03

18.03

0

Fresh

Huge prawn

61.01

60.00

2

Fresh

Grill prawn

30.05

30.05

0

Fresh

Medium cooked shrimp

15.03

15.03

0

Fresh

Fresh shrimp

30.00

30.00

0

 Source: Mercamadrid

Italy

On Italian first-sale markets, the average prices of shrimp and prawn (camarón) increased due to the higher demand. Those of deepsea shrimp and Spanish prawn declined due to the rise in supplies.

Table 5: Average prices at Italian ports,
week 42 and 41, in EUR/kg

Product

Week 42

Week 41

% of variation

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Lowest price

Highest price

Prawn

6.81

11.11

4.24

11.85

61

-6

Deep-sea shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris)

7.83

11.02

9.99

13.33

-22

-17

Giant red shrimp (Aristaeomorpha foliacea)

9.50

19.06

10.40

25.20

-9

-24

Shrimp (Penaeus kerathurus)

13.61

17.17

11.86

16.55

15

4

 Source: ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il mercato agricolo e alimentare)

Markets

European Union

Table 6: Imports of frozen shrimp and prawn, different species
of deepwater sea shrimp, of the genus
Penaeus spp,
Pandalus
spp and Crangon spp, January-July 2014/2013

Country

Volume (MT)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2014

2013

2014

2013

Germany

1,657

3,463

8.23

7.55

Belgium

3,267

5,466

4.73

5.23

Bulgaria

1

15

6.50

5.93

Cyprus

6

51

6.98

6.79

Croatia

194

66

3.51

4.06

Denmark

234

46

6.08

5.70

Slovaquia

0

3

0

3.29

Slovenia

21

55

3.63

4.86

Spain

26,426

29,118

5.18

4.62

Estonia

16

23

7.21

7.64

Finland

0

101

0

8.21

France

4,144

5,092

5.98

5.16

Greece

658

899

5.47

6.11

Hungary

0

39

0

6.88

Ireland

74

105

10.84

8.06

Italy

7,662

9,753

5.58

5.31

Letonia

28

173

7.65

5.09

Lithuania

149

158

6.92

6.22

Luxembourg

0

80

0

8.84

Malta

61

52

6.91

6.68

Netherlands

4,430

3,804

4.72

4.74

Poland

215

673

5.67

3.43

Portugal

5,310

4,795

5.54

4.28

United Kingdom

4,935

7,061

8.96

7.35

Czech Republic

221

286

5.41

4.43

Romania

20

64

5.18

8.27

Sweden

5

37

13.63

13.87

Average Total

59,730

71,477

6.54

6.24

 Source: Eurostat

Table 7: Exports of frozen shrimp and prawn, different species
of deepwater sea shrimp, of the genus
Penaeus spp,
Pandalus
spp and Crangon spp, January-July 2014/2013

Country

Volume (MT)

Average price (EUR/kg)

2014

2013

2014

2013

Germany

75

408

11.34

9.12

Belgium

9

5,562

11.27

5.30

Croatia

5

0

4.34

-

Denmark

25

65

10.84

9.09

Slovaquia

0

1

 

4.05

Slovenia

0

3

 

8.32

Spain

1,921

6,437

8.21

6.36

Finland

0

2

 

8.77

France

284

514

11.57

8.88

Greece

0

674

8.37

4.73

Hungary

0

0

-

-

Ireland

7

234

98.03

10.70

Italy

6

372

14.15

6.99

Letonia

13

34

9.26

7.93

Lithuania

12

17

5.24

8.22

Luxembourg

1

20

14.08

11.38

Malta

0

1

-

5.34

Netherlands

42

2,115

9.24

4.76

Poland

1

2

12.31

7.00

Portugal

3,443

4,181

5.06

4.15

United Kingdom

1,942

4,273

8.35

6.66

Czech Republic

11

15

16.10

11.35

Romania

2

1

8.88

6.21

Sweden

58

23

3.76

1.85

Average Total

7,856

24,952

14.23

7.21

 Source: Eurostat

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1.2 Iceland

Northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis)

Statistics Iceland informed that, in September 2014, shrimp catch volumes from Icelandic vessels reached 425,642 kg, up 5% on those of the previous month and down 43% on those of September 2013.

Graph 1: Monthly evolution of shrimp catch volumes,
January-December 2011/2014 (*), in tonnes

(*) 2014: through 30 September
(*) Only values of  2014
Source: Statistics Iceland

In the first nine months of 2014, they caught 6,182,796 kg of Icelandic vessels, down 32% on those of the same period in the previous year.

Graph 2: Shrimp catch volumes, January-September 2010/2014,
in tonnes and its percentage variation

Source: Statistics Iceland

Exports

Statistics Iceland informed that in August 2014 exports reported 504.8 tonnes of shrimp worth USD 5.07 million FOB corrected currency, at an average price of USD 10.05/kg FOB.

Table 8: Shrimp exports, August 2014

Shrimp

Volume (MT)

Var. Volume

FOB Value (millions of USD)

Var. Value

2014

2013

2014

2013

All products

504.8

481.4

5%

5.07

4.22

20%

Source: Statistics Iceland

If the figures of August are confirmed, during the first eight months of 2014, they will have exported 6,074.7 tonnes of this shrimp, worth USD 58.5 million FOB, corrected currency, at an average price of USD 9.63/kg FOB.

Table 9: Shrimp exports, January - August 2014

Shrimp

Volume (MT)

Var. Volume

FOB Value (millions of USD)

Var. Value

2014

2013

2014

2013

All products

6,074.7

5,720.1

6%

58.5

47.9

22%

Source: Statistics Iceland

In January-August 2014 Icelandic vessels caught 5,757.2 tonnes of shrimp and exported 6074.7 tonnes of shrimp and shrimp products.

The difference was due to the volumes from the foreign fleet at Icelandic ports, directly from Russian, Norwegian, Denmark, Germany, Greenland-flagged vessels and others, according to the official statistics of the country.  

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2. LATIN AMERICA

2.1 Chile

Yellow shrimp (Cervimunida johni)
Carrot squat lobster (Pleuroncodes monodon)

Catch volumes

Extraction of shrimp in August 2014 showed unstable trends. Those of yellow shrimp increased the share by 3.5% compared with the same month last year. Those of carrot squat lobster dropped by 19.8% compared with the same period.

In both fisheries, the industrial contribution was higher, especially in carrot squat lobster volumes, to which it contributed 94.8% of total volumes.

Nylon shrimp (Heterocarpus reedi)

The estimated volume of nylon shrimp reported 2,900 tonnes through August 2014, up 2.9% on those registered through the same date in 2013.

So far, the industrial sector has covered 75.2% of volumes, slightly down by 0.6% on that of the benchmark period. The artisanal sector registered 720 tonnes, up 14.8% on those of August 2013.

Exports

Chilean Customs informed that in August 2014, exports reached 204.3 tonnes of nylon and yellow shrimp and carrot squat lobsters, HLSO, HOSO, raw and cooked, worth over USD 4.5 million FOB.

Table 10: Exports of shrimp and prawn, August 2013/2014

Species

Volume (MT)

Var. Volume

FOB Value (thousands of USD)

Var. Value

2014

2013

2014

2013

PUD raw yellow shrimp

20.17

13.1

54%

397.8

252.6

57%

Cooked PUD carrot squat lobster

26.6

53.8

-51%

582.5

1,070.1

-46%

Raw nylon shrimp

-

-

-

-

-

-

Cooked nylon shrimp

-

-

-

-

-

-

Cooked HLSO yellow shrimp

34.0

18.3

86%

780.6

344.3

127%

Cooked HLSO carrot squat lobster

117.1

52.9

121%

2,669.5

1,082.6

147%

Cooked HOSO carrot squat lobster

1.9

28.7

-93%

37.7

473.0

-92%

Cooked HLSO nylon shrimp

4.5

12.9

-65%

63.1

157.7

-60%

Total

204.3

179.6

14%

4,531.1

3,380.3

34%

Source: Chilean Customs

Table 11: Main shrimp exporters, August 2014

Variety and product

Qty of exporters

Main exporter

Share

Destinations

Cooked yellow shrimp

1

Antarctic Seafood S. A.

100%

USA

Raw carrot squat lobster

2

Pesquera Itata S. A.

71%

USA

Raw nylon shrimp

-

No exports

-

-

Cooked nylon shrimp

-

No exports

-

-

Cooked HLSO yellow shrimp

3

Camanchaca Pescasur S. A.

87%

USA

Cooked HLSO carrot squat lobster

3

Camanchaca Pescasur S. A.

99%

USA

Cooked HOSO carrot squat lobster

1

Comercial  H y M S. A.

100%

USA

Cooked HLSO nylon shrimp

1

Comercial  H y M S. A.

100%

Argentina

Source: Chilean Customs

Chilean Customs informed that, if August figures are confirmed, in January-August 2014 exports will have reached 914.1 tonnes of nylon and yellow shrimp and carrot squat lobsters, HLSO and HOSO, PUD, raw and cooked, worth over USD 17.4 million FOB.

Table 12: Exports of shrimp and prawn,
January-August 2013/2014

Species

Volume (MT)

Var. Volume

FOB Value (thousands of USD)

Var. Value

2014

2013

2014

2013

PUD raw yellow shrimp

39.2

22.7

73%

808.2

438.4

84%

Cooked PUD carrot squat lobster

82.9

75.3

10%

1,762.5

1,463.6

20%

Raw nylon shrimp

-

-

-

-

-

-

Cooked nylon shrimp

77.3

18.9

309%

1,083.6

245.8

341%

Cooked HLSO yellow shrimp

82.0

68.3

20%

1,776.8

1,312.4

35%

Cooked HLSO carrot squat lobster

374.2

270.8

38%

8,370.1

5,496.3

52%

Cooked HOSO carrot squat lobster

28.3

189.7

-85%

512.7

3,546.2

-86%

Cooked HLSO nylon shrimp

230.2

207.1

11%

3,158.1

2,380.4

33%

Total

914.1

852.8

7%

17,471.9

14,883.1

17%

Source: Chilean Customs

Prices

Table 13: FOB reference prices of frozen shrimp,
September 2014

Variety

Presentation

Count (pc/lb)

Price (USD/kg)

Yellow

Raw, HOSO, frozen

60/100 pcs x lb

21.19

100/200 pcs x lb

20.00

PUD, cooked, IQF

70/120 pcs x lb

19.21

120/200 pcs x lb

18.82

broken

16.26

Cooked, HLSO, frozen

70/120 pcs x lb

23.55

70/90 pcs x lb

22.74

Carrot squat lobster

Raw, HLSO, frozen

70/90 pcs x lb

23.55

90/120 pcs x lb

22.74

Cooked, HLSO, frozen

100/200 p x lb

22.86

Frozen, HOSO, cooked

70/120 pcs x lb

19.41

Nylon

Frozen, HLSO, cooked

100/200 p x lb

14.05

Cooked, PUD, frozen

300/400 pcs x lb

13.94

Source: FIS.com

Destinations

Graph 3: Destination of exports of frozen shrimp HLSO,
January-August 2014

Source: FIS.com

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3. NORTH AMERICA

3.1 United States

Black tiger shrimp (Peneaus monodon)
Indian white shrimp (Penaeus indicus)
Whiteleg shrimp (Penaeus vannamei)
Pink shrimp (Pleoticus muelleri)
Flower shrimp (Penaeus semisulcatus)
Northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis)
And others

Imports

As expected, imports of shrimp and prawn were above expectations in August, compared with previous months.

The NMFS and US Customs informed that in August 2014 imports reported 52,235 tonnes, of all varieties of frozen raw and cooked shrimp. The value was USD 565.1 million C&F. up 4.8% in volume and 9.4% in value on those of the previous month.

In August 2014, 24% (12,696 tonnes) of total imports came from Latin America, 71% (37,229 t) from the ASEAN and 4% (2,310 t) from other origins.

Table 14: Imports of frozen shrimp according to country of origin,
 August 2014, in tonnes

Origin

Aug 14

Share 14

Aug 13

Share 13

Var 14/13

Thailand

5,222

10%

5,694

11.4%

-8%

Indonesia

9,371

18%

8,415

16.9%

11%

Ecuador

8,473

16%

8,520

17.1%

-1%

China

2,845

5%

2,721

5.5%

5%

Vietnam

7,443

14%

6,001

12.0%

24%

Mexico

678

1%

547

1.1%

24%

India

10,793

21%

11,391

22.9%

-5%

Malaysia

1,411

2.7%

56

0.1%

2420%

Bangladesh

144

0.3%

400

0.8%

-64%

Guyana

737

1.4%

1,164

2.34%

-37%

Honduras

1,160

2%

1,531

298%

3%

Peru

681

1%

716

1.4%

-5%

Nicaragua

447

0.9%

483

1.0%

-7%

Venezuela

520

1.0%

361

0.7%

44%

Other 42

2,310

4%

1,842

3.7%

25%

Total

52,235

100%

49,842

100%

4,8%

Source: NMFS (Central)

In January-August 2014, imports registered 349,666 tonnes of all varieties of frozen shrimp, worth USD 4,342.9 million. They were up 11.6% in volume and 54.3% in value on those of the same period in the previous year.

In January-August 2014, 27% (94,291 tonnes) of total imports came from Latin America, 69% (242,610 t) from the ASEAN and 4% (12,765 t) from other origins.

Table 15: Imports of frozen shrimp according to country of origin,
 January-August 2014, in tonnes

Origin

Jan/Aug 14

Share 14

Jan/Aug 13

Variation % 14/13

Thailand

35,897

10.3%

52,002

-31%

Indonesia

65,492

18.7%

50,940

29%

Ecuador

65,444

18.7%

54,526

20%

China

21,695

6.2%

21,397

1%

Vietnam

48,031

13.7%

30,530

57%

Mexico

5,904

1.7%

8,589

-31%

India

60,467

17.3%

55,534

9%

Malaysia

9,939

2.8%

8,610

15%

Bangladesh

1,089

0.3%

1,932

-44%

Guyana

5,473

1.6%

6,898

-21%

Honduras

4,882

1.4%

3,881

26%

Peru

8,682

2.5%

6,669

30%

Nicaragua

1,744

0.5%

2,076

-16%

Venezuela

2,162

0.6%

1,128

92%

Other 43

12,765

3.7%

8,614

48%

Total

349,666

100%

313,326

11,6%

Source: NMFS (Central)

We must highlight the drop in imports from Thailand (31%) and from Mexico (31%). This favoured those from Vietnam that rose by 57% and those from Indonesia by 29%.

They also informed about imports of shrimp according to the presentations.  

Table 16: Frozen shrimp imports, by products,
 January-August 2014, in tonnes

Product

Jan/Aug 2014

Jan/Aug 2013

Variation

Volume (MT)

Value (millions of USD)

Volume (MT)

Value (millions of USD)

in volume 14 vs. 13

in value 14 vs. 13

Frozen HOSO

1,431

17.6

8,142

86.1

-82%

-80%

Frozen HLSO

142,927

1,759.4

125,373

1,172.2

14%

50%

Frozen HLSO

42,046

583.6

36,373

377.9

16%

54%

Breaded frozen

26,395

229.9

22,766

155.9

16%

47%

Other frozen products

129,312

1,448.29

112,840

1,050.5

15%

38%

Other products

713

3.5

807

4.4

-12%

-20%

Canned

1,269

19.5

1,400

20.6

-9%

-5%

Frozen pouches

4,017

59.6

3,203

39.78

25%

50%

Other products

1,556

221.4

2,422

-93.8

-36%

-336%

Total

349,666

4,342.9

313,326

2,814

11.6%

54.3%

Source: NMFS (Central)

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By Ignacio Bayley Bustamante and Juan Murias

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BIM - Irish Sea Fisheries Board (An Bord Iascaigh Mhara)
CEFAS - Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science
COPEINCA ASA - Corporacion Pesquera Inca S.A.C.
Chun Cheng Fishery Enterprise Pte Ltd.
Food Project (Siam) Co., Ltd.
VASEP - Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters & Producers
Gomes da Costa
Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. (Headquarters)
NISSUI - Nippon Suisan Kaisha, Ltd. - Group Headquarters
FAO -Food and Agriculture Organization- Fisheries and Aquaculture Department (Headquarter)
Hagoromo Foods Co., Ltd.
Koden Electronics Co., Ltd. (Headquarters)
A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S - Headquarters
BVQI - Bureau Veritas Quality International (Head Office)
UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc. - Headquarters
Hamburg Süd Group - (Headquearters)
Armadora Pereira S.A. - Group Headquarters
NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Headquarters)
Omega Protein Corporation -Headquarter-
Grupo Calvo - Luis Calvo Sanz, S.A. (Group Headquarter)
Marona S.A.
Marine Harvest ASA - Headquarters
Marubeni Europe Plc -UK-
Findus Ltd
Icom Inc. (Headquarter)
WWF Centroamerica
Oceana Group Limited
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Ajinomoto Co., Inc. -Headquarter-
Friosur S.A. - Headquarters
Cargill, Incorporated - Global Headquarters
Benihana Inc.
Leardini Pescados Ltda
Mitsubishi Corporation Marine Products Depts. D.Team
CJ Corporation  -Holding Headquarter-
Greenpeace International - The Netherlands
David Suzuki Foundation
Fisheries and Oceans Canada -Communications Branch-
Mitsui & Co.,Ltd - Headquarters
Ocean Trawlers Group - Ocean Trawlers HK Ltd.
Natori Co., Ltd.
Carrefour Supermarket - Headquarters
FedEx Corporation -Headquarter-
AKBM - Aker BioMarine ASA
Seafood Choices Alliance -Headquarter-
Austevoll Seafood ASA
Walmart / Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (Supermarket) -Headquarter-
New Japan Radio Co.Ltd (JRC) -Head Office-
Gulfstream JSC
INVE Group - Head Office
Marine Stewardship Council - MSC Worldwide Headquarters
Royal Dutch Shell plc (Headquarter)
Genki Sushi Co.,Ltd -Headquarter-
Iceland Pelagic ehf
AXA Assistance Argentina S.A.
Caterpillar Inc. - Headquarters
Tiger Brands Limited
Morpol ASA - Group Headquarters
SeaChoice
National Geographic Society
AmazonFresh, LLC - AmazonFresh

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