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Vigo receives more fresh fish landings in first four months


Fish auction in the port in Vigo. (Photo: WFE)

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015, 22:40 (GMT + 9)


Last April 17,190 tonnes of fresh fish entered the ports of Spain, 24.8 per cent less than in the same month last year (22,858 tonnes), Puertos del Estado reported.
Taking into account the first four months of 2015, fresh fish landings amounted to 66, 873 tonnes, that is to say, 7.2 per cent less than in the same period last year, when 72,076 tonnes were unloaded, according to the report issued by the agency under Ministry of Development.
The port of Vigo concentrated the largest landings of April: it received 5,627 tonnes, 2.2 per cent less than during the same month in 2014 (5,752 tonnes).
However, the landings in this important Spanish port grew 5.2 per cent year on year in the first four months of this year: 19,942 tonnes were landed compared to 18,953 tonnes in the same period of 2014.
In second place was the port of A Coruña, with 14,688 tonnes that were landed between January and April, 12.4 per cent less than in the same period in 2014 (16,785 tonnes); and then Pasajes, with 9,546 tonnes.
The port of Motril was the one registering the largest increase in landings, which was 83.4 per cent: it had received 266 tonnes in the first four months of 2014 and in the same period of 2015 landings reached 488 tonnes.
The ports of Barcelona were located further back, with 1,168 tonnes, 74.8 per cent more than in the period from January to April 2014; Cartagena followed with 5 tonnes, representing 66.6 per cent more than in the same period last year; and Bay of Algeciras, with 221 tonnes, 20.7 per cent more than in the first four months of 2014.
According to the latest report, the largest decrease occurred in the port of Almería: it received only 717 tonnes of fresh fish in the first four-month period of 2015, 48.6 per cent less than in the same period of 2014, when landings totalled 1,397 tonnes.
Another port where there was a significant decrease in fresh fish landings was that of Las Palmas: 107 tonnes were landed compared to 190 tonnes in the period from January to April 2014, that is to say, 43.6 per cent less.

In the port of Bahia de Cadiz the fall in fresh fish landings was 34.9 per cent: this terminal received 2,982 tonnes while in the same period last year 4,582 tonnes had been unloaded.
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