ASEAN Aquaculture Market, Forecast to 2022

ASEAN Aquaculture Market, Forecast to 2022

Willingness to Develop Sustainable Practices Could See the Region Lead in Aquaculture, the Fastest-growing Food Production Sector Globally, as Marine Supplies Shrink and Ecosystems Become Increasingly Fragile

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11-Dec-2018
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PA20-01-00-00-00
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This study provides an analysis of sustainability in the ASEAN aquaculture industry, with a specific focus on the current status of the three leading producers in the region—Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food production sector in the world, fuelled by stagnating global capture fisheries, rising global protein demand, and rapid population growth.

At present, ASEAN is the second-largest aquaculture producing region in the world. Growth in ASEAN aquaculture is driven by the steady development of industries in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. In order to maintain seafood supplies from ASEAN, aquaculture practices in the region will be required to address the challenges pertaining to feed and seed quality, minimise disease outbreaks, and mitigate the deleterious impacts of farming operations on the environment. Issues such as climate change, growing concerns on the environment and food safety amongst consumers, and security of supply and scarcity of raw materials are the key drivers for addressing sustainability challenges in ASEAN. As global marine supplies shrink and ecosystems become increasingly fragile, sustainable aquaculture will become increasingly important in the ASEAN region. ASEAN aquaculture producers are in a position to strategically implement sustainability protocols (environmental and social) as a unique selling point for their products in order to increase their value, particularly for exports.

The most significant barriers to the sustainable management of ASEAN aquaculture industry are: lack of effective regulations, limited availability of resources and support services, and inability to leverage advanced technologies.

Although efforts have been made to adopt policies and establish regulatory frameworks to properly develop and manage sustainable aquaculture practices, several countries in the region are still lagging behind. The implementation of more ecologically-sound management practices is fundamentally constrained by the lack of financial and skilled human resources. Thus, issues of poverty and urbanisation need to be addressed in order to effectively manage the sustainable development of ASEAN aquaculture. In order to achieve this, the public and private sectors will be required to work collaboratively to create effective and efficient sustainability solutions.

The technologies currently available for sustainable aquaculture include: feed alternatives, hatchery produced seed, gene and breeding technology, biosecurity monitoring technologies, water purifying agents, holding systems, and advanced harvesting methods. However, the large-scale adoption of such biotechnological innovations in ASEAN is constrained, as their cost is exorbitant for small-scale farmers who continue to form the foundation of aquaculture in the region. The ongoing development of biotechnological innovations for aquaculture will depend on the willingness of the ASEAN aquaculture industry to work collaboratively with scientists and the international donor community on related research, capacity building, and infrastructure development.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Key Findings

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Research Scope

Definition of Sustainable Aquaculture

Market Trends

Product and Technology Trends

Material and Other Trends

Revenue Forecast—Global

Global Fisheries and Aquaculture—Aquaculture Market Overview

Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Region—Global

Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Species—Global

Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Region—ASEAN

Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Species—ASEAN

Fisheries and Aquaculture—ASEAN Aquaculture Market Overview: 3 Key Regions

Indonesia—Aquaculture Market Overview

Vietnam—Aquaculture Market Overview

Thailand—Aquaculture Market Overview

Regulatory Status of Sustainable Aquaculture—ASEAN

Market Drivers

Market Restraints

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast—ASEAN

Unit Shipment Forecast—ASEAN

Pricing Trends—ASEAN

Revenue Forecast—Indonesia

Revenue Forecast—Vietnam

Revenue Forecast—Thailand

Sustainable Aquaculture—Technology Overview

Company Profile—Seafarms Group Ltd

Company Profile—Fine Foods Company

Company Profile—Thai Union Group

Company Profile—Roberts & Rose Mariculture Corp

Company Profile—EnerGaia Co., Ltd

Growth Opportunity—Demand for Service Partners

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

New Zealand Aquaculture

Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Social Licence to Operate

Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Consented Farming Space

Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Low Species Diversification

Conclusion

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Exhibits

List of Figures
  • 1. Total Aquaculture Market: Key Market Drivers, ASEAN, 2018–2022
  • 2. Total Aquaculture Market: Key Market Restraints, ASEAN, 2018–2022
  • 3. Total Aquaculture Market: Market Engineering Measurements, ASEAN, 2017
List of Charts
  • 1. Total Aquaculture Market: Market Engineering Measurements, ASEAN, 2017
  • 2. Total Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2013–2022
  • 3. Total Fisheries and Aquaculture Production, Global, 2005, 2015, and 2025
  • 4. Total Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Region, Global, 2017
  • 5. Total Aquaculture Market: Percent Production Volume by Species, Global, 2017
  • 6. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Region, ASEAN, 2017
  • 7. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Species, ASEAN, 2017
  • 8. Aquaculture Market: Fisheries and Aquaculture Production, Top 3 ASEAN Countries, 2017
  • 9. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Indonesia, 2017
  • 10. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Indonesia, 2017
  • 11. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Vietnam, 2017
  • 12. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Vietnam, 2017
  • 13. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Thailand, 2017
  • 14. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Thailand, 2017
  • 15. Total Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast, ASEAN, 2013–2022
  • 16. Total Aquaculture Market: Unit Shipment Forecast, ASEAN, 2013–2022
  • 17. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Indonesia, ASEAN, 2013–2022
  • 18. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Vietnam, ASEAN, 2013–2022
  • 19. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Thailand, ASEAN, 2013–2022
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This study provides an analysis of sustainability in the ASEAN aquaculture industry, with a specific focus on the current status of the three leading producers in the region—Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food production sector in the world, fuelled by stagnating global capture fisheries, rising global protein demand, and rapid population growth. At present, ASEAN is the second-largest aquaculture producing region in the world. Growth in ASEAN aquaculture is driven by the steady development of industries in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. In order to maintain seafood supplies from ASEAN, aquaculture practices in the region will be required to address the challenges pertaining to feed and seed quality, minimise disease outbreaks, and mitigate the deleterious impacts of farming operations on the environment. Issues such as climate change, growing concerns on the environment and food safety amongst consumers, and security of supply and scarcity of raw materials are the key drivers for addressing sustainability challenges in ASEAN. As global marine supplies shrink and ecosystems become increasingly fragile, sustainable aquaculture will become increasingly important in the ASEAN region. ASEAN aquaculture producers are in a position to strategically implement sustainability protocols (environmental and social) as a unique selling point for their products in order to increase their value, particularly for exports. The most significant barriers to the sustainable management of ASEAN aquaculture industry are: lack of effective regulations, limited availability of resources and support services, and inability to leverage advanced technologies. Although efforts have been made to adopt policies and establish regulatory frameworks to properly develop and manage sustainable aquaculture practices, several countries in the region are still lagging behind. The implementation of more ecologically-sound management practices is fundamentally
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Executive Summary~ || Key Findings~ || Market Engineering Measurements~ || CEO’s Perspective~ | Market Overview~ || Research Scope~ || Definition of Sustainable Aquaculture~ || Market Trends~ || Product and Technology Trends~ || Material and Other Trends~ | Global Aquaculture—An Overview~ || Revenue Forecast—Global~ || Global Fisheries and Aquaculture—Aquaculture Market Overview~ || Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Region—Global~ || Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Species—Global~ || Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Region—ASEAN~ || Aquaculture Market Segmentation by Species—ASEAN~ || Fisheries and Aquaculture—ASEAN Aquaculture Market Overview: 3 Key Regions~ || Indonesia—Aquaculture Market Overview~ || Vietnam—Aquaculture Market Overview~ || Thailand—Aquaculture Market Overview~ | Regulations~ || Regulatory Status of Sustainable Aquaculture—ASEAN~ | Drivers and Restraints~ || Market Drivers~ || Market Restraints~ | Forecasts and Trends~ || Market Engineering Measurements~ || Revenue Forecast—ASEAN~ || Unit Shipment Forecast—ASEAN~ || Pricing Trends—ASEAN~ || Revenue Forecast—Indonesia~ || Revenue Forecast—Vietnam~ || Revenue Forecast—Thailand~ | Competitive Analysis~ || Sustainable Aquaculture—Technology Overview~ | Companies Investing in Sustainability R&D~ || Company Profile—Seafarms Group Ltd~ || Company Profile—Fine Foods Company~ || Company Profile—Thai Union Group~ || Company Profile—Roberts & Rose Mariculture Corp~ || Company Profile—EnerGaia Co., Ltd~ | Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action~ || Growth Opportunity—Demand for Service Partners~ || Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth~ | Case Study~ || New Zealand Aquaculture~ || Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Social Licence to Operate~ || Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Consented Farming Space~ || Key Challenge for New Zealand Aquaculture—Low Species Diversification~ | Conclusion and 3 Big Predictions~ || Conclusion~ || The Last Word—3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Market Engineering Methodology~ || List of Exhibits~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Total Aquaculture Market: Key Market Drivers, ASEAN, 2018–2022~ 2. Total Aquaculture Market: Key Market Restraints, ASEAN, 2018–2022~ 3. Total Aquaculture Market: Market Engineering Measurements, ASEAN, 2017~| 1. Total Aquaculture Market: Market Engineering Measurements, ASEAN, 2017~ 2. Total Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2013–2022~ 3. Total Fisheries and Aquaculture Production, Global, 2005, 2015, and 2025~ 4. Total Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Region, Global, 2017~ 5. Total Aquaculture Market: Percent Production Volume by Species, Global, 2017~ 6. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Region, ASEAN, 2017~ 7. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Species, ASEAN, 2017~ 8. Aquaculture Market: Fisheries and Aquaculture Production, Top 3 ASEAN Countries, 2017~ 9. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Indonesia, 2017~ 10. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Indonesia, 2017~ 11. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Vietnam, 2017~ 12. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Vietnam, 2017~ 13. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Volume, Thailand, 2017~ 14. Aquaculture Market: Percent Production by Value, Thailand, 2017~ 15. Total Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast, ASEAN, 2013–2022~ 16. Total Aquaculture Market: Unit Shipment Forecast, ASEAN, 2013–2022~ 17. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Indonesia, ASEAN, 2013–2022~ 18. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Vietnam, ASEAN, 2013–2022~ 19. Aquaculture Market: Revenue Forecast for Thailand, ASEAN, 2013–2022~
Author Ria Imandin
Industries Agriculture and Nutrition
WIP Number PA20-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9104-A2,9595,9986-A2