Top Menu

Market Research
Search India Import/Export data to understand your markets and monitor your competition.

20+ Country Market Analysis Report

Export Import Market Report


Find Sales Prospects
Instantly generate lists of potential customers based on trade activity.

Find Sales Prospects

Instantly generate lists of potential customers based on trade activity.

Request Sample Data

Evaluate Suppliers
Search for new suppliers, monitor existing ones and keep track of trends.

Access the world's largest and most comprehensive database of International trade. Whether you are looking to generate leads locally or expand your business globally, TRADE GENIUS has what your business needs.

Import and Export data from Globally, USA, UK, RUSSIA, and CHINA
Market Analysis Report
Based on Global Import Export Data
60,000,000+ SHIPMENTS
Records include product details, FOB values, HTS codes, and much more.
Monitor Competitors
Tailor a solution specific to your industry, with deep expertise in Chemicals, Transportation, and more.

Mail us:

In 2015-16 Seafood exports from India declined by 9% to Rs 30,421 crore

Seafood exports from India

In 2015-16, The seafood export has declined by 10% in quantity and 9% in value from India, as compared to last year. According to research, India has exported 945892 tons valued at Rs 30,420.83 crore. Prices of frozen shrimp slipped to $8.28 per kilogram from $10.38 per kg in 2014-15.

Majorly India exported seafood to followed by South East Asia ( 24.65% ), USA ( 28% ) and then European Union ( 21% ). the most popular one is Vannamei among frozen shrimps.

Why to decline in Seafood exports from India? know the reason:

  • The main reason for the decrease is now shrimped aquaculture production started by Thailand and Vietnam, which resulted, reduced the prices of shrimp in the international market and better supply in the market.
  • Another reason for the decline in exports is Weaker economic condition in China & devaluation of Chinese currency.
  • Europe export affected by Depreciation of the euro.
  • The next reason is Decline in capture fishery. Seafood export from India dropped by 10.5 percent in 2015, The shrimp, which accounts for 66% value-wise of total seafood export at 3,48,296 tons from the previous year.
  • With the exportation of seafood from India, major part exported from Visakhapatnam, then from Kochi and in terms of quantity Pipavav takes the first position.
Hello. Add your message here.