There is a special concessionary fee of US$400 for delegates from INFOFISH member countries before 21 September 2019 and US$500 after that date.

INFOFISH member countries are Bangladesh, Cambodia, Fiji, India, Iran, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

INFOFISH World Shrimp Trade Conference and Exposition

Global production of farmed shrimp is estimated at between 2.9 million MT and 3.5 million MT, with Asian producers – China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam – sharing 75-85% of the total volume. Following moderate recovery in the sector in Thailand and Mexico, and expanded vannamei farming focused in China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam, overall production is expected to be positive in 2018.

Driven by environmental and social factors, as well as the recurrent disease outbreaks in shrimp farming, the focus now is towards sustainability. With the various challenges faced by the shrimp industry, there is a need to properly identify and promote systems that will lead to sustainable development. Knowledge of credible standards and regulations of different importing/exporting countries is of paramount importance to facilitate compliance and harmonious trade. Further, opportunities to strengthen international co-operation on technical, policy and trade issues on global shrimp industry must be highlighted.

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The international conference on shrimp, themed as “Modelling for Sustainability” will consider at length the present and future of the industry, focusing on moving towards sustainability. A large part of the sessions will be devoted to production and trade at the domestic and international levels, as well as the latest developments in the shrimp industry.


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USA: Shrimp landings in the Gulf of Mexico

USA: Shrimp landings in the Gulf of Mexico

USA: The Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishermen landed 2.4 million pounds of this crustacean in January, up 26 percent compared to the 1.9 million pounds landed in the first month of 2018.

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MPEDA supplies black tiger

INDIA; The Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) started supplying high-health black tiger shrimp seeds from its new Multi-species Aquaculture Complex (MAC) at Vallarpadam.

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MPEDA supplies black tiger
BANGLADESH : Shrimp processors

BANGLADESH : Shrimp processors

Shrimp processors saw their exports fall in the first half of fiscal year 2018-19, compared to the previous year, and foresee that this situation is unlikely to improve in the second half (January-June 2019).

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