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Pelagic exports continue to grow


Herring purse seine fishery. (Photo Credit: Jean Gaumy NSEC)

Click on the flag for more information about NorwayNORWAY
Monday, November 10, 2014, 22:50 (GMT + 9)
Norway exported herring, mackerel and other pelagic fish to a value of NOK 1.7 billion (USD 249.5 million) in October, an increase of NOK 118 million (USD  17.3 million), or 7 per cent, from October 2013. Year to date exports of herring, mackerel and other pelagic fish from Norway are NOK 5.7 billion (USD 836.7 million), which marks an increase of 10 per cent in export value year on year.
The value of herring exports is NOK 1.9 billion so far this year. This represents a 15 per cent decline against the same period in 2013. Norwegian mackerel exports this year have reached NOK 3.3 billion, an increase of 41 per cent from the same period in 2013. Japan was the largest market for pelagic fish in October, followed by China and the Netherlands.

”A large quota and good fishing has made October our best ever export month for mackerel, with 154,000 tonnes by volume and a total sales value of NOK 1.6 billion,” says Jan Erik Johnsen, marketing manager at the Norwegian Seafood Council.

Herring exports totalled NOK 121 million in October, a 61 per cent decline from October 2013, while mackerel exports reached NOK 1.6 billion, up 25 per cent year on year.

China is the largest market for Norwegian mackerel


So far this year, 308,000 tonnes of frozen whole mackerel have been exported. An increase of 56 per cent from the same period in 2013. The biggest importers of mackerel have been China, Japan, Nigeria and the Netherlands. The bulk of China's mackerel imports are processed and then mostly sold onto the Japanese market.
The average price of frozen whole mackerel has been NOK 10.33 per kg so far this year, which represents an 8 per cent decline compared to the same period last year.

October exports of frozen whole mackerel totalled 154,000 tonnes, which is 51 per cent more than in October 2013. The largest volumes have been exported to Japan, China and the Netherlands.

Russia is the largest market for Norwegian herring 
Norway has exported 118,000 tonnes of frozen whole herring so far this year, which is a decrease of 10 per cent from the same period in 2013. Russia, Ukraine and Lithuania have been the largest export markets during this period.
The average price of frozen whole herring was NOK 7.05 per kg, which is 5 per cent lower than in the same period in 2013.

In October, 9,000 tonnes of frozen whole herring were exported, which is 49 per cent less than in October 2013. The largest volumes have been sold to Ukraine and Lithuania.

About 71,000 tonnes of frozen herring fillet products have been exported year to date, which is a decrease of 1 per cent from the same period in 2013. The largest markets in terms of volume have been Germany, Poland and Russia.
The average price of frozen herring fillet products has been NOK 11.04 per kg, which represents a decrease of 10 per cent year on year. 

In October, 3,000 tonnes of frozen herring fillet products were exported, which is 67 per cent down on October 2013. The largest volumes have gone to Germany and Poland.

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