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The Top 40 Latin American Seafood Companies

The Top 40 Latin American Seafood Companies

The Top 40 Latin American Seafood Companies


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The Top 40 Latin American Seafood Companies

A first ever in-depth look at Latin America's key seafood players

  2016 was a year of feast and famine for Latin America's seafood exporters. 

In this report, Chile-based Undercurrent News journalist and former Bloomberg reporter Matt Craze provides an unprecedented and in-depth overview of Latin America's seafood sector.

The fruit of extensive research and on-the-ground interviews with key executives, the report identifies the region's 40 largest industry players, many of which are privately-owned.

The ranking is based on 2016 sales figures, taking into account the big revenue increases among Chilean salmon and Ecuadorian shrimp exporters that occurred that year.

This reveals a broad variety of companies, both in activity and species, ranging from foreign-owned seafood multinationals to local actors.

Additional country profiles map and identify current trends in the region’s main seafood exporting hubs. 

Featured in the report:

  • Executive summary of the key trends, developments and outlook of Latin America's seafood industry
  • Ranking and revenue breakdown of the region's 40 largest seafood companies, many of which are privately owned
  • Country profiles, detailing current trends and key developments
  • Insight from on-the-ground interviews, including with leading seafood executives, in several Latin American countries
  • First-time insight into ownership of Latin American companies  
  • Company profiles of each of the top 40 companies
  • Excel sheet displaying continuing supply trends from main producer countries

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