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Seafood exports worth record-high NOK 94.5 billion in 2017

​Norway exported 2.6 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 94.5 billion in 2017. This is an increase in value of 3 per cent, or NOK 3 billion, and an increase in volume of 7 per cent from the record year of 2016. This is the equivalent of 36 million meals every day, year round.
Salmon, Norway, Clipfish, Mackerel

Yet another record year for whitefish exports

​Norway exported cod, saithe, haddock and other whitefish worth NOK 15 billion in 2017. This is an increase of 8 per cent, or NOK 1.1 billion, from 2016.
Norway, Clipfish

Reduced exports of shellfish in 2017

​Norway exported 40,000 tonnes of shellfish valued at NOK 1.7 billion in 2017. This is a decrease in volume of 2 per cent and a reduction in value of 7 per cent from 2016.
Norway

Increased volume and reduced value for exports of pelagic fish in 2017

​Norway exported 838,000 tonnes of pelagic fish worth NOK 7.7 billion in 2017. This is an increase in volume of 24 per cent and a decrease in value of 1 per cent from 2016.
Norway, Herring, Mackerel

Salmon exports valued at NOK 64.7 billion in 2017

​Norway exported salmon worth NOK 64.7 billion in 2017. This is an increase of 5 per cent or NOK 3.4 billion compared with 2016, and it is the highest export value ever for salmon. Measured in product weight, Norway exported 1 million tonnes of salmon in 2017, which is 2.8 per cent or 27,000 tonnes more than in 2016.
Salmon, Norway

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Norwegian Seafood Council appoints new director in the UK

Hans Frode Kielland Asmyhr (47) has been appointed the new country representative for the Norwegian Seafood Council(NSC) in the UK. He will take up his role from 1 September.
Norway

Norwegian whitefish exports hit record-high of NOK 8.1 billion in H1 2017

Exports of whitefish have never before had a greater value in the first six months of the year. The growth is due primarily to conventional products, as well as fresh and frozen whole whitefish.

Norwegian seafood exports break new records in first half of 2017

​Never before has Norway exported a greater value of seafood than in the first six months of 2017. The increase is due primarily to record-high salmon prices but also to strong growth in export volumes to the U.S. and Asian markets.
Salmon, Norway, Clipfish, Mackerel

Norwegian shellfish exports lower in first half of 2017

Norway exported 23 000 tonnes of shellfish worth NOK 766 million in the first six months of 2017. This is a decrease in volume of 22 per cent and a decline in value of 17 per cent versus the same period last year.
Other shellfish

Norwegian salmon exports worth NOK 31.5 billion in first six months of 2017

The value of Norwegian salmon exports is steadily reaching new heights. In the first six months, the export value for salmon has never been higher than this year. Record-high salmon prices and growth in the U.S. and Asia are the main reasons.

Norwegian pelagic exports worth NOK 3.3 billion in first half of 2017

Challenges with market access and large herring catches are reflected in herring exports for the first six months, while the price for mackerel has been higher than last year despite larger quotas.
Norway, Mackerel

June, 2017

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