Norway exported salmon worth NOK 3.3 billion in February. An increase of 2 per cent or NOK 80 million year-on-year, according to figures from the Norwegian Seafood Council. 73,250 tonnes of salmon were exported from Norway in February. This represents an increase of 11 per cent compared to February 2014.
Norway exported cod, saithe, haddock and other whitefish worth NOK 1 billion in February. This represents a decrease of nine per cent or NOK 101 million compared to February 2014. Total exports by volume were 31,500 tonnes of whitefish in February. A decline of 33 per cent from February 2014. The largest reduction in February were the bacalhau and saltfish categories.
Documents • Feb 09, 2015 16:33 UTC
Presentation given by CEO Terje Martinussen at this years press conference in Tromsø January 7th 2015.
Documents • Nov 05, 2014 05:30 UTC
Norwegian seafood exports totalled NOK 7.6 billion in October. An increase of NOK 393 million, or 5 per cent, compared with October 2013. This is a monthly all time high for Norwegian seafood. So far this year, the combined export value of Norwegian seafood stands at NOK 56 billion, an increase of NOK 7 billion, or 14 per cent, compared with the same period last year.
The export value of Norwegian salmon was NOK 4 billion in October. This represents a small decline of NOK 130 million, or 3 per cent, compared with October 2013. The first time that salmon´s monthly export value has fallen in two years. So far this year Norwegian salmon exports have totalled NOK 35.8 billion, NOK 4.5 billion, or 14 per cent higher than the same period in 2013.
Documents • Nov 05, 2014 05:27 UTC
Norway exported herring, mackerel and other pelagic fish to a value of NOK 1.7 billion in October. This is an increase of NOK 118 million, or 7 per cent, from October 2013. Year to date exports of herring, mackerel and other pelagic fish from Norway are NOK 5.7 billion. This marks an increase of 10 per cent in export value year on year.