Global Aquaculture: Feed, Equipment, & Chemicals
Global demand for aquaculture feed, equipment, and chemicals is projected to rise 6.5% per year through 2022. Rising demand for fish amidst growing concern about the sustainability of global capture fisheries will contribute to the need for intensification in the aquaculture industry, necessitating the use of additional aquaculture supplies and equipment.
This report covers aquaculture feed, equipment, and chemical demand by Product, Market, and Region. Data are given in dollar value.
Products covered in the study include:
Equipment (habitats, pumps, filters, and meters)
Chemicals (water treatment chemicals, aquafeed supplements, pharmaceuticals, and fertilizers)
Markets for aquaculture supplies and equipment include:
Intensive Grow-Out Aquaculture
Extensive Grow-Out Aquaculture
Demand is broken out by geographic region & country:
Asia/Pacific (China, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, & Other)
Americas (Brazil, Chile, US, Canada, Mexico, & Other)
Europe (Norway & Other)
Africa/Mideast (Egypt & Other)
Scope of the Report
This Freedonia industry study analyzes the $50.7 billion global aquaculture supplies and equipment industry. It presents historical demand data (2007, 2012, and 2017) and forecasts (2022) by region, product – aquafeed, equipment (habitats, pumps, filters, and meters), and chemicals (water treatment chemicals, aquafeed supplements, pharmaceuticals, and fertilizers) – and market (hatcheries, intensive grow-out aquaculture, and extensive grow-out aquaculture). The study also evaluates company market share and competitive analysis on industry competitors including Bayer, BioMar, Cargill, Charoen Pokphand, CP Prima, Ebara, Grobest, Grundfos, Merck, Nutreco, Pentair, Royal DSM, Tongwei, and Xylem.