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Comparison of fish exports in the first two months of 2009 and 2010. (Graph: SUBPESCA)

Slight slip in seafood exports

CHILE
Monday, May 03, 2010, 22:50 (GMT + 9)



Chilean wild fish and aquaculture exports reached USD 642.5 million in sales through the two first months of 2010. This number represents a loss of 7.6 per cent with respect to the same period of 2009, when USD 695.2 million was generated.

The volume exported during the first two months of the year also declined: it decreased 18 per cent, from 223,368 tonnes in January and February 2009 to 183,077 tonnes this year, revealed the Fisheries Subsecretariat (SUBPESCA).

This decline was produced mainly by a decline of 38.6 per cent in fishmeal, which was accompanied by falls in frozen and fresh refrigerated lines, indicated SUBPESCA’s latest Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector Report.

Sales of frozen seafood products and fishmeal were the most voluminous, in representing 48.1 per cent and 26.2 per cent of the total, respectively.

Fresh refrigerated products were listed next, followed by fish oil, canned products and dry algae.

The average price of exported seafood products in January and February was USD 3.50 per kilogramme, a 12.8 per cent hike over the same two first months of 2009.

According to SUBPESCA statistics, the main exported product was Pacific salmon, which constituted 26.3 per cent of the total value of overseas sales.

Rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon, the pelagics group, and jack mackerel followed behind.

Chilean fish products were exported to 76 countries, nine of which serve as the mainstay market destinations for 82 per cent of total exports. Among them, Japan, the United States, and China stand out.

In terms of the wild capture sector, the accumulated value of its seafood exports (94,500 tonnes) reached USD 184.7 million between January and February 2010, which indicates a positive variation of 6.3 per cent compared to the same two months of the previous year.

In the first two months of the year, 47,878 tonnes of fishmeal worth USD 74.2 million were sold overseas, whereas a year before, 78,021 tonnes worth USD 71 million had been exported.

The major destination markets of fishmeal were China, Spain, South Korea and Canada.

Some 85.6 per cent per cent of total exports were of prime and super prime quality fishmeal, and 13 per cent of standard quality.

Overseas sales of frozen seafood products totalled USD 55.7 million, which translated into an decline of 4.9 per cent with respect to January and February 2009. These products were shipped mainly to the US, Spain and Peru, which accounted for 22.6 per cent, 20 1. per cent and14 1. per cent of destination market shares, respectively.

As far as canned products, sales made in the first two months of 2010 added up to USD 22.5 million, 13.5 per cent more than a year before. The main markets were Sri Lanka, Spain and the US, with 33.9 per cent, 19.7 per cent and 5.5 per cent, respectively.

Fresh refrigerated products worth USD 74.4 million were exported in January and February 2010, a figure that reflects a loss of 22.1 per cent with respect to the same months of 2009. The US and Brazil absorbed the majority of these shipments from the wild capture sector, SUBPESCA reports.

By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com
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