IN BRIEF - Latest Report on Aquaculture Market in Asia Pacific predicted to grow at USD 209.42 Billion by 2021
Monday, September 09, 2019
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Vietnam’s southern province of Kien Giang is planning to dispatch a delegation to South Korea and Thailand to learn from the experiences of the two countries in abiding by the European Union’s requirements for eliminating illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
The local Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is seeking permission from the province’s leaders to carry out the trip, in advance of the upcoming inspection by the European Commission scheduled for June, Nong nghiep Viet Nam reported last week.
The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries had sent inspectors to Vietnam in November 2019 to review the yellow card imposed in October 2017. Kien Giang was chosen as a key province for the inspectors to evaluate the implementation of recommendations made by the E.C.
The E.C. lifted the yellow card on South Korea in 2015 and on Thailand in 2019 in recognition of their progress in tackling IUU fishing.
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Worldwide demand for squid has increased due to its high nutritional content. As a food source, squid is a vital source of protein, high vitamin, and mineral content and healthy fats. The unique biology of Squid Market requires a different management approach than other fisheries. Squid Market exhibit very fast growth and short life spans. Squid play an essential role as a mid-tropic level species, in which they transfer energy to the food chain.
Healthy eating trends and growing health awareness increases the demand for fish and seafood. The potential impacts of climate change inshore squid and rising squid prices are the main hurdles to this market. According to Renub Research, Global Squid Market will be more than US$ 11.6 Billion by the end of year 2025.
The world market size of squid mainly focuses on key regions like the United States, European Union, China, Japan, Korea, India, and Southeast Asia. The boom in squid will have interesting consequences both for their ecosystem and for human society. Spain was the fourth largest importer of squid in the world. Spain not only has the largest Squid processing industry in Europe but also has a high per capita consumption and a high per capita expenditure on Squid products.
Asian countries continued to demand more squid and could divert supplies globally. China and Japan are the leading importers in the Asian region, and they are looking for other squid suppliers. Imports of Squid by the world's nations have also increased dramatically, and total imports of squid is increasing year on year with Indonesia, Spain, and the United States of America are the leading suppliers. Consequently, squid supplies may be very tight in the coming years due to high prices.
Frozen squid is popular in southern European markets such as Spain and Italy. Imports are dominated by prepaid squid and almost every market in South East Asia has increased its imports in recent years. Major shares of domestic landings in Japan, China, South Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan are also marketed locally as fresh, mainly squid products.
Renub Research report titled “Global Squid Market By Import (Spain, Japan, Italy, China, Republic of Korea, Others), Export (China, India, Spain, Peru, Thailand, Other Countries) Production, Consumption, Products (Fresh, Frozen & Prepared), Value Chain Analysis & Forecast” provides a complete analysis of global Squid market.
Aquaculture Africa 2020 or “AFRAQ2020” will be held in Alexandria City, Egypt on 28th November to 1st December 2020. The conference will be hosted at the famous Bibliotheca Alexandrina, one of the most fascinating touristic and cultural attractions in the world.
The conference offers a great opportunity for aquaculture researchers, practitioners, decision makers and other stakeholders to meet, network and discuss all aspects of aquaculture in Africa.
Exhibitors from all over the globe are expected to exhibit their products and services at the organized Exhibition Center. Special excursionary tours to nearby fish farms, fish markets, research centres and other places of interest will be arranged. Post-conference visits to some of the most famous touristic attractions in Egypt will also be arranged.
The thematic plenary and technical parallel sessions will comprise of oral and poster presentations. AFRAQ2020 will also feature industry forums, student sessions and activities, satellite workshops (and training sessions) and various meetings/forums. Look out for some key sessions including; Aquatic Animal Health, Africa Aquaculture Investment, Aquaculture Genetics, Climate Change, Innovative Aquaculture Systems and Practices to mention a few.
The Conference will be hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation’s General Authority for Fish Resources (GAFRD), Egypt and its partners: Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research (CLAR), Egyptian Aquaculture Society and WorldFish.
Aller Aqua is AFRAQ2020 Gold Sponsor. AquaGroup (Egypt) is Silver Sponsor and Grand Fish Feed (Egypt) is Break Sponsor. More Session Sponsors are being invited.
Be sure to block the dates and REGISTER EARLY to qualify for early-bird discounts!
It is a great pleasure for the Latin American and Caribbean chapter (LACC) of the World Aquaculture Society to announce that the Latin American and Caribbean Aquaculture 2020 will take place in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador from September 7 to 10. This year the LACQUA20 will share its space with the Ecuadorian Congress of Aquaculture 2020 (CEA 2020), becoming one of the largest events in the region today.
LACC and the Higher Polytechnic School of the Coast, ESPOL, will join forces to make LACQUA20 and CEA2020 to their liking. Just to start the trade fair, it already has a record sale of more than 120 stands where the most recognized companies, entities and institutions will be locally and internationally. If you and your company are interested in participating, do not hesitate to contact us.
In the yearning to offer a better academic and technical agenda every year this year we will have special guests with talks of great content in various aquaculture topics and a special agenda on shrimp issues. Our academic committee is in the task of selecting the best papers to be presented during the three days (September 8-10). Do not forget that the call is already open and you can send your abstract in the following link https://www.was.org/meeting/Abstract/Submit/LACQUA20
World Aquaculture 2020 (WA2020) is pleased to announce the keynote speaker for WA2020 “Keynote Speech by GOH”. which will be held in Singapore on June 8 -12, 2020. MASAGOS ZULKIFLI, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources and Minister-in-Charge of Muslim Affairs Republic of Singapore.
Mr. Masagos Zulkifli is Singapore’s Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, which oversees the National Environment Agency, PUB – Singapore’s National Water Agency, and the Singapore Food Agency. Mr Zulkifli entered politics in 2006, after being elected as Member of Parliament for Tampines Group Representation Constituency and was appointed Senior Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Education.
Attendees will visit up to five sites and will be able to enjoy several pre and post farm tours.
The First farm tour # 1 will take the participants from Singapore Harbourfront Ferry Terminal to Batam Island, Indonesia.
Farm tour A will be at Barramundi Asia & Marine Aquaculture Centre
Farm tour B will be at Coastal Fish Farm
Farm tour C will be at Land-based Food Fish and Dragonfish Farms
Farm tour D will be at AIC & Ornamental Fish Farms.
With more than 3 thousand tons, the bluefin tuna catch season concluded when approaching the catch limit for this year 2020 in compliance with the provisions of Resolution C-18-01 issued by the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission.
The season was carried out with a fleet of six vessels, which supplied the national annual catch limit in just three weeks, which is a positive indicator of the recovery of the species. The totality of the caught tuna is destined to companies dedicated to the aquaculture of the species.
For the second consecutive year, complementing the scientists of the On-Board Observer Program, the vessels that participated in the capture of bluefin tuna were attended by a Federal Fisheries Officer belonging to the Directorate General for Inspection and Surveillance, the Director General reported of Fishing and Aquaculture Management of Conapesca, César Julio Saucedo Barrón.
He said that the bluefin tuna industry is an engine of regional economic development, generating 800 direct jobs and whose production chain impacts other sectors such as ship repair and refueling workshops, transport companies, laboratories and research centers, suppliers of fishing supplies and advisory and management services in environmental and port matters.
MAYNARD, Mass., (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AquaBounty Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: AQB) (“AquaBounty” or the “Company”), a land-based aquaculture company utilizing technology to enhance productivity and sustainability, today announces the closing of its previously announced underwritten public offering of an aggregate of 10,350,000 shares of common stock of the Company at a public offering price of $1.50 per share, which includes the exercise in full of the underwriters’ option to purchase an additional 1,350,000 shares of common stock to cover over-allotments. The gross proceeds to AquaBounty from the offering are approximately $15.5 million, before deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and estimated offering expenses payable by AquaBounty.
Lake Street Capital Markets, LLC acted as the sole book-running manager for the offering.
The Company currently intends to use the net proceeds of this offering to continue construction and renovation activities of its existing facilities in Rollo Bay and Indiana, for working capital costs associated with growing its first batches of fish at its Indiana and Rollo Bay farm sites and for other general corporate purposes.
The Bank of Mozambique and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) signed two financing agreements totalling US$115.5 million for agriculture and fisheries in Rome, the Mozambican press reported.
The financial agreement for the development of Small-Scale Aquaculture (PRO-DAPE), with a value of US$43 million, aims to contribute to the improvement of living conditions, food security and resilience to climate change.
The Programme for Value Chain Development in the agriculture sector, worth US$72.5 million, is intended to contribute to the development of life and food security and in critical regions of the country.
Support for the new programme for food security and resilience to climate change will benefit at least 902,500 rural producers in Mozambique, one of the African countries affected by those changes.
In Mozambique, 70% of the population lives in rural areas and is highly vulnerable to climate change, and it is the third most-affected country in Africa, with approximately 58% of the population affected by these changes.
Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias, reported that the two agreements were signed by the deputy governor of the Bank of Mozambique, Victor Gomes, and by Donald Brown, the associate vice president of IFAD, a United Nations agency. (macauhub)
Group 1 (mackerel weighing 250 gram and more): 2,4489 øre pr gram
Group 2 (mackerel under 250 gram): NOK 3,50 pr kg
Group 2 (mackerel under 250 gram segregated for m/o): NOK 1,80 pr kg
According to Norges Sildesalgslag and Sjømat Norge’s agreement the minimum prices for mackerel in group 1 can be regulated every week as long as there has been a minimum turnover of 5000 MT. (1 Norwegian Krone equals = 0.11 United States Dollar)
“We are dismayed but not surprised to see that once again, a coalition of self-styled ‘protectors’ of the environment are misusing the legal system to halt a legitimately permitted project to farm all-female, sterile female fish in Puget Sound in compliance with the state’s new laws regarding fish farming,” said NWAA Executive Director, Jeanne McKnight.
“We regard this lawsuit as a desperate, last-ditch effort to delay a project that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved after a year of intensive scientific review and public input. While the intent of this frivolous lawsuit is to delay the project and harm the two companies involved in the joint venture, we believe this legal action will also do major harm to the people of this region who desperately need jobs and seafood they can afford,” she added.
“The activist organizations who joined forces to halt this project—Friends of the Earth, Wild Fish Conservancy, the Center for Biological Diversity, and the Center for Food Safety—are out of touch with both the science and the evidence that aquaculture is, in fact, one of the most environmentally responsible methods for producing food. The current project to raise sterile rainbow trout in Puget Sound will benefit not just the local economy where family-wage jobs are desperately needed, but also the people of the state of Washington, who want locally produced seafood at prices they can afford.” McKnight adde
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