Vietnam Fishery Industry

Global production of aquaculture and fishing grows with a CAGR of 0.4% / year in the period of 2013-2020f. Global seafood production in 2019 is estimated at 178.54 million tons, an increase of 0.12% compared to 2018 while demand growth slows down. In the period of 2013 – 2019e, the annual dual growth rate of fisheries reaches 1.77% while the annual dual population growth rate is 1.2%. In Vietnam, the fishing production in 2019 was estimated at 3,768.3 thousand tons, an increase of 4.5% compared to the same period last year. Aquaculture production in 2019 was estimated at 4,432.5 thousand tons, up 6.5% over the same period last year. Total export turnover in 2019 reached US $ 8,544 million, a decrease of 2.8% compared to 2018. The main import countries of Vietnam seafood: the US (17.2%), Japan (17.1%), China (14.4). %) ….

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Executive summary

  1. Business environment

1.1 Macroeconomic situation

1.2 Legal framework

  1. World seafood market

2.1 World seafood market

2.1.1 Production

2.1.2 Consumption

  1. Vietnam seafood market

3.1 Characteristics of the Vietnamese fishery industry

3.2 Situation of aquaculture and exploitation

3.3 Production

3.4 Consumption

3.5 Export

3.6 Driving forces

3.7 Industry planning

  1. Enterprise analysis

4.1Enterprise introduction

4.2 Business results indicators

4.3 Financial indicators

4.4 Performance indicators

 

Minh Phu Corporation – MPC

Vinh Hoan Corporation – VHC

BIEN DONG SEAFOOD

I.D.I International Development & Investment Corporation

Hung Vuong Joint Stock Company – HVG

Quoc Viet Seafood Processing and Export Company Limited

Nam Viet Joint Stock Company

Soc Trang Seafood Joint Stock Company – STAPIMEX:

SAO TA FOODS JOINT STOCK COMPANY

Cuu Long Fish Joint Stock Company

 

List of Figures

Figure 1: GDP growth by quarter, 2016 – 2019

Figure 2: Output value of agriculture, forestry and fishery (at constant

prices in 2010), 2016 – 2019

Figure 3: VND/USD exchange rate, 1/2013 – 2019

Figure 4: The proportion of the value of the fishery sector contributes to exports Việt

Nam, 2013 – 2019

Figure 5: Total population and population structure in working age, 2014 – 2018e

Figure 6: Agriculture, forestry and fishery labor force, 2011 – 2018e

Figure 7: Global aquaculture and fishing production, 2009 – 2025f

Figure 8: Structure of fishing and aquaculture areas in 2016e

Figure 9: Structure of global fishermen, 2016e

Figure 10: Structure of fishing fleets by area, 2016e

Figure 11: Structure of world fishing and aquaculture production by region, 2016

Figure 12: Structure of world fishing production by region, 2016

Figure 13: Structure of world aquaculture production by region, 2016

Figure 14: Top largest aquaculture countries

Figure 15: Top countries in terms of fishing, 2016

Figure 16: Top 10 most caught fishes 2016

Figure 17: Global seafood consumption, 2009 – 2019e

Figure 18: Seafood consumption per capita, 2009 – 2019e

Figure 19: Number of businesses in the fisheries sector, 2013-2018

Figure 20: Number of laborers engaged in aquaculture, fishing and

processing, 2013-2018

Figure 21: Aquaculture area, 2010 – 2017e

Figure 22: Fishing boats with capacity of 90 CV, 2010 – 2018e

Figure 23: Aquatic production output, 2013 – 2019

Figure 24: Vietnam fishery production, 2013 – 2019

Figure 25: Fishery exploitation of coastal provinces in regions, 2017e

Figure 26: Structure of fishery exploitation by region, 2017e

Figure 27: Seafood import turnover, 2013 – 2019e

Figure 28: Import structure of fishery products, 2019

Figure 29: Frozen seafood production, 2011 – 2019e

Figure 30: Domestic seafood consumption value, 2013 – 2019e

Figure 31: Consumption of fishery products per capita in some countries, 2019

Figure 32: Vietnam seafood export, 2013 – 2019

Figure 33: Seafood export structure by value, 2019

Figure 34: Vietnam’s top seafood export market, 2019

Figure 35: Area of farming and pangasius production through each year, 2012 – 2019

Figure 36: Pangasius production structure by province, 10M/2019e

Figure 37: Commercial Pangasius price, 2013 – 2019

Figure 38: Pangasius export value, 2011-2019

Figure 39: Pangasius export structure by value, 2019

Figure 40: Pangasius export by type, 9M/2019

Figure 41: Shrimp export value, 2011 – 2019

Figure 42: Top Vietnam’s shrimp importers by turnover, 2019

Figure 43: Area for brackish shrimp farming, 2011-11M/2019

Figure 44: Production of some shrimp species, 2013 – 2019e

Figure 45: Market share of enterprises’ shrimp exports to the EU, 2017-2018e

Figure 46: Market share of shrimp exports of businesses to the US, 2017 – 2018e

Figure 47: Market share of enterprises’ shrimp exports to Japan, 2017-2018e

Figure 48: Export value of tuna industry, 2011 – 2019

Figure 49: Exported tuna products, 2019

Figure 50: Net revenue, 2017 – 2018

Figure 51: Self – financing ratio, 2017 – 2018

Figure 52: Asset turnover, 2018

Figure 53: Administrative expenses/Net revenue, 2016 – 2017

Figure 54: Financial expenses/Net revenue, 2016 – 2017

Figure 55: Solvency, 2017 – 2018

Figure 56: Profit margin, 2018

 

List of Tables

Table 1: Top 10 largest global seafood companies in 2018

Table 2: Vietnam seafood production, 2016 –2019

Table 3: Domestic seafood processing facilities by products 2017

Table 4: Pangasius life cycle

Table 5: Pangasius exports by enterprise, 6M/2019

Table 6: Administration review periods of the DOC

Table 7: Top Vietnamese shrimp exporters, 2018e

Table 8: TOP FISHERY ENTERPRISES WITH THE HIGHEST REVENUE IN 2018

Table 9: Liability/ Total asset and liability/ Owner equity ratios, 2018