The central province of Thua Thien-Hue is cooperating effectively with Thai C.P Group in rearing shrimp on sand, using Green House technology. This is the most modern, up-to-date technology that the group is already applying effectively in many other countries worldwide. The Thai company has invested in building a seafood processing factory at Phong Dien Industrial […]
EMS and bad weather in the south limiting shrimp supply in Thailand. Thai raw material shrimp prices are expected to remain high until the second quarter of 2013 due to limited supply caused from early mortality syndrome (EMS) and bad weather in the south, analysts told IntraFish.
Experts have forecast that the production, processing and export of shrimp in 2013 will face many difficulties and challenges. It is expected that the ability to export will also decline significantly, despite in recent days the price of raw shrimp increasing.
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n 2012 the global production forecast for aquacultured shrimp is unlikely to meet the targets set in many countries. Oversupply of vannamei has pushed prices lower while market demand remained weak from January to October.