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REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORT QII/2011
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Printed Publication
: Quarterly

Release forms: print, A4

Language: Vietnamese - English

Directed by: General Secretary of VASEP, Mr. Truong Dinh Hoe 

In charge of content: Deputy General Secretary of VASEP, Mr. Nguyen Hoai Nam

Implemented by: VASEP Training and Trade Promotion Center (VASEP.PRO)

Quarterly Report III/2011 released in October, 2011
(Content of Quarterly Report 3/2011 click here)


 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Outline
 

CHAPTER I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION

I. AQUACULTURE AND WIDE CATCH

Fisheries production in May 2011 was estimated at 493 thousand MT, up 3.9 percent compared to the same month last year in which fish accounted for 406 thousand MT, up 4 percent and shrimp was 34.5 thousand MT, up 4.5 percent.

Graph: Fisheries production during 2009 – 2011 

II. EXPORT

In the first 4 months of 2011, Vietnam exported over 404 thousand MT of seafood, valued at US$1.615 billion, up 7 percent in volume and 26 percent in value.

CATEGORIES STRUCTURE 

Graph: Main Products, Jan - Apr 2011 (Value)

SEAFOOD EXPORTERS

Top 20 seafood exporters accounted for 28.5 percent of total export value of Vietnam

IMPORT MARKETS

Among 139 seafood import markets in the first 4 months of 2011, 10 leading markets accounted for 65.5 percent of total seafood export value of Vietnam.

MAIN IMPORT MARKETS

III. WORLD SEAFOOD IMPORT IN 2010 AND 2011

The data of world seafood import shows this year the large and traditional markets tend to increase seafood import. The strongest growth is concentrated in the developing countries including Indonesia (up 121 percent), Mexico (99 percent), Norway (75 percent), Russia (59 percent) and Brazil (40 percent).

Table: World seafood import in 2010 and 2011, HS code 03 (Value: US$)

Table: Reporting Countries Import Statistics (Partner Country: World)

Graph: Price of seafood products, Jan – Mar

IV. SEAFOOD IMPORT TO PROCESS FOR EXPORT

Because the system of seafood processing plants in recent years grew faster than the growth of aquaculture and fishery production, many plants only operated 30 – 50 percent of their designed capacity that caused huge waste of investment.

Table: Seafood import products of Vietnam, 2007 – 2010

Table: Seafood import value of Vietnam by countries, 2007– 2010 

Table: SEAFOOD IMPORT OF VIETNAM IN 2010

V. FORECAST

- Consumption trend

- Supply

- Basic challenges of Vietnam fisheries in 2011

CHAPTER II. SHRIMP

I. RAW MATERIAL PRODUCTION

Black tiger shrimp is the strength of Vietnamese exported shrimp industry and increasingly popular in worldwide markets (proven in growing price/unit).

Chart: Price of Raw Shrimp

Chart: Shrimp Price Versue Food Price and CPI

II. EXPORT

In the first 4 months of 2011, Vietnam exported over 61.3 MT of shrimp in all types, worth US$573.5 million, up 20 percent in volume and 34 percent in value compared to the same period of 2010.

Graph: Shrimp Export, Jan - Apr 2007 - 2011

EXPORTED SHRIMP

Table: The growth of export volume and value.

Table: Exported Shrimp Products of Vietnam (January – April 2011)

SIGNIFICANT SHRIMP EXPORTERS

Table: TOP 10 SHRIMP EXPORTERS, JANUARY – APRIL 2011

MAIN IMPORT MARKETS

Table: Top 10 Import Markets of Vietnamese Black Tiger Shrimp (January – April 2011)

Table: Top 10 Import Markets of Vietnamese Whiteleg Shrimp (January – April 2011)

Table: Shimp Export to Markets, Jan – Apr 2011

Chart: Monthly average price for exported shrimp, April 2008 – 2011

III. ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES

IV. FORECAST

- Supply

- Consumption trend

- Export volume

CHAPTER III. PANGASIUS

I. RAW MATERIAL PRODUCTION

Up to May 30th, 2011 total farming area for pangasius has reached 2.713 ha, reducing 17.7% against the same period of 2010.

Table: Production of Raw Material Pangasius by May 30th 2011

Table: Feed Price, Production Price and Sale Price of Material Pangasius

Chart: Price of Raw Pangasius (0.9 - 1.5kg)

II. EXPORT

In the first four months of 2011, exported pangasius accounted for 32.3 % of total exported seafood volume of Vietnam, reaching 521.3 million USD, up 23% against the comparable months in 2010. Export volume gained 208.4 thousand ton, up 5.6%.

Table: Vietnam Pangasius Export in The First Four Months Of 2011

Chart: Monthly Export Price for Pangasius, April 2008 – 2011

MAIN IMPORTING MARKETS

At present, there are 199 pangasius exporters to 129 markets.

LEADING PANGASIUS EXPORTERS

Among 199 local pangasius exporters, the top ten accounted for nearly 40% of total export volume.

Table: Top ten leading pangasius exporters (volumn and value)

III. CERTIFICATES FOR PANGASIUS FARMING AREAS IN VIETNAM

Up to 12th May 2011, 57 pangasius farms with the total area of over 1,000 hectares in Vietnam have been certificated by GlobalGAP. These farms belong to 24 enterprises.

Table: List of companies with their certificated pangasius farming areas

IV. ADVANTAGES AND DIFFICULTIES

V. FORECAST

- Price

- Market

CHAPTER IV. MARINE PRODUCTS

I. FISHING PRODUCTION 

Fishing production of the country reached 2,419 thousand tons in 2010, accounting for 47.1% of total seafood volume.

Chart: Wide Catching

II. EXPORT

Table: Marine Products Export (thousand ton, million USD)

Chart: EXPORT VOLUME OF MAIN PRODUCTS, JAN - APR 2010/2011

Chart: MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT, JAN - APR 2011

Table: Top ten marine product exporters

TUNA

Vietnam exported approximately 31 thousand tons of tuna in the first four months, valued at 148 millions USD, up 16% in volume and 36.5% in value against the comparable months in 2010.

Table: Top ten Vietnamese tuna exporter

Table: Top ten Vietnamese tuna importers

MAIN IMPORTING MARKETS

MOLLUSK

CEPHALOPOD

Table: Top ten importers of Vietnamese cephalopods, Jan –Apr 2011

EXPORTERS

There are 249 local exporters of cephalopods to 46 markets in the world.

Table: Top ten exporters of cephalopods

BIVALVE MOLLUSK

Table: Vietnam Bivalve Mollusk Export, Jan – Apr 2011

There were 126 exporter of this category to 39 markets.

EXPORTERS          

Table: TOP 10 BIVALVE MOLLUSK EXPORTERS

III. IUU & SEAFOOD EXPORT TO EU

Over a year since application of EC’s regulation on IUU exploitation (IUU regulation), Vietnam has made great effort to promote marine product export in volume and value and avoid the return of consignments.

Table: Marine Products Export to EU (thousand MT, million USD)

IV. ADVANTAGES & DIFFICULTIES

V. FORECAST

 
 
 
 
 
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