Eastern Black Sea's Turkish salmon exports increased by 59 percent

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Published Feb 7, 2024

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Salmon exports from Turkey's Eastern Black Sea region have seen a significant increase, with a 146% rise in quantity and 59% increase in value compared to the same period last year. A total of 2,251 tons of salmon, worth $11.24 million, were exported to 10 countries, with the Russian Federation, Vietnam, and Japan being the main importers. Trabzon was the primary exporter, shipping 1,467 tons of salmon to seven countries in January alone.
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Ahmet Hamdi Gürdoğan, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters Association, said that 2 thousand 251 tons of Turkish salmon were exported to 10 countries from the region. Stating that an income of 11 million 240 thousand 719 dollars was obtained from these exports, Gürdoğan stated that exports increased by 146 percent in quantity and 59 percent in value compared to the same period of the previous year, when 7 million 77 thousand 917 dollars were earned, equivalent to 914 tons. Gürdoğan said, "Turkish salmon was exported from our region to 10 countries in the first month of the year. Among these countries, the Russian Federation, Vietnam and Japan led the way. 6 million 859 thousand 369 to the Russian Federation, 2 million 706 thousand 33 to Vietnam and 1 to Japan." "Salmon worth $ 266,514 million was exported." said. Noting that salmon was sold from the region to Canada, the People's Republic of China, Belarus, Germany, Georgia, France and ...
Source: Haber7
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