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Fishing & Seafood Aquaculture in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

  • About this Industry
  • Industry at a Glance
    • Table Key Statistics Snapshot
    • Table Revenue vs. employment growth
    • Table Products and services segmentation (2017-18)
    • Table Industry Structure
  • Industry Performance
    • Table Canadian-dollar effective exchange rate index
    • Table Revenue vs. exports
    • Table Life Cycle Stage
  • Products & Markets
    • Table KEY BUYING INDUSTRIES
    • Table KEY SELLING INDUSTRIES
    • Table Products and services segmentation (2017)
    • Table Major market segmentation (2017)
    • Table Industry trade balance
    • Table Exports To
    • Table Business Locations 2017
    • Table Distribution of establishments vs. population
  • Competitive Landscape
    • Table Sector vs. Industry Costs
    • Table Barriers to Entry checklist
    • Table Trade Globalization
  • Major Companies
    • Table Major players
    • Table Marine Harvest ASA (industry-relevant operations) - financial performance*
    • Table Cooke Aquaculture (industry-relevant operations) financial information*
  • Operating Conditions
    • Table Capital intensity
    • Table Tools of the Trade: Growth Strategies for Success
    • Table Volatility vs. growth
  • Key Statistics
    • Table Industry Data
    • Table Annual Change
    • Table Key Ratios
  • Jargon & Glossary

Fishing & Seafood Aquaculture in Canada

The risks associated with ocean fishing, as well as the depletion of fish stocks, have led this industry to transition to aquaculture. This transition has been supported by the Canadian federal government, which had several incentive programs in place over the past five years to spur investment in aquaculture. Despite the transition from fisheries to aquaculture production, overall demand for fish and seafood has grown over the past five years, leading industry revenue to increase. Over the five years to 2022, industry revenue is expected to grow at a more muted rate. Continued demand from export markets will help this growth, especially from East Asian and Southeast Asian markets, where consumers' disposable incomes are growing. These higher disposable incomes are expected to translate into greater demand for imported fish and seafood products, including seafood products from Canada.

Operators in this industry produce fish and shellfish (i.e. molluscs and crustaceans) from sea fisheries, inland fisheries and aquaculture operations (i.e. fish farms).

This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.


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