Kontali, a leading competence centre for aquaculture and fisheries, is now launching a new product that will better facilitate the industry's needs.
Ryan is the latest addition to the tech team, and he is excited for the new challenges and opportunities this new job is giving him.
In addition, the Norwegian mackerel quota was decreased 7% from last year.
Not only is the supply growth to various countries increasing, but so are the prices and global feed sales for seabass and seabream.
Distance is out of the equation when it comes to gaining valuable work experience over the summer for this year's summer interns, Max and Emil.
Key highlights from this year's edition of Salmon Market Analysis is now available. What were the latest trends?
Short-term and temporary drivers behind the price spikes seen in the past weeks.
From increased bass and bream supply to price bonanza in European farmed fish markets, bass and bream prices have risen steeply in the last weeks.
While this was the first time Gard stepped inside Kontali’s headquarters, Ida is returning to Kontali, both equally eager to start their new jobs.
Another observation is high prices for whole fresh seabass and seabream.
Fishmeal production was lifted in Peru and Chile in 2021 while decreasing in the North Atlantic.
With less than 1% global supply growth for Atlantic salmon as our current supply growth outlook for 2022, the likelihood for any scenario exceeding 2% growth, is becoming very limited.
In December, the global catch of Atlantic cod was 42% more compared to the same month last year.
Together, export values of herring and mackerel exceeded NOK 1 billion last year.
As Norwegian Atlantic Salmon exports in 2021 saw growth, supply to other markets surged by 30%.
Total catches of Saithe decreased, export of clipfish increased 8% YoY, and exported frozen Norwegian haddock to China increased by 36% from 2020.
Both seabass and seabream have seen record export volumes, especially for seabream exports.
Issues related to higher mortalities, lost growth and harvesting at lower harvest-weights than anticipated, have characterised Scotland, East-Coast Canada, and Iceland.
Our latest addition to the Kontali team has secured a seat with the salmon team. Lars Erik Flatøy is our newest Senior Analyst and brings experience and passion to share with his new co-workers.
Another look into the world of pelagic species show, among other things, that first sale values have increased compared to the same period last year.
Newly graduated, Oskar is excited to take on his new position as Software Developer at Kontali.
While the global catch of Atlantic cod in August went up 22% from August 2020, Russia had the largest catch volumes.
From increased supply of fresh whole seabream and decreased supply of seabass from Turkey to overall 9% increase in feed sales, the market has seen some noteworthy changes.
Hired to create new solutions, Kristoffer and Helene are excited to join the team.
A big welcome to our new analysts! Leana and Kristina made the move from Oslo and Tromsø to secure their dream job.
The main season for Norwegian cod fisheries has come to an end.
Peruvian quota, Chinese demand, and the price of soymeal all influencing factors
But catching nations unilateral quotas predicted to be higher
Vietnamese producers and exporters of pangasius forced to change strategy following marked impact of COVID-19.
The preliminary edition of our yearly report “The salmon farming industry in Norway” is now available. Here are a few short excerpts.
Norwegian salmon farmers paid more than NOK 6,5 billion for additional capacity while global production is increasing.