Spain: Unloadings in fishing ports drop 15.8% in the first quarter

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Published Apr 23, 2024

Tridge summary

During the first quarter of the year, Spanish ports experienced a notable 15.8% decrease in fresh fishing unloadings, totaling 26,071 tons compared to the same timeframe in 2023. This downturn was observed across various ports, with an equal number of eleven ports reporting increases and decreases in their landings. Notably, Malaga saw the highest increase in unloadings at 136.9%, while Ceuta's fishing activities came to a standstill. Despite a 7.6% decline, Vigo maintained its position as the leading port by volume, followed by Pasaia, which witnessed a significant 36.8% drop. In March alone, the decrease in catches was even more pronounced at 25% compared to March 2023, with 10,886 tons unloaded.
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Spanish ports unloaded 26,071 tons in the first three months of the year, 15.8% less than in the same period of 2023. Unloadings of fresh fishing in Spanish ports have stood at 26,071 tons in the first three months of the year, 15.8% less than in the same period of 2023, according to provisional data released this Tuesday by State Ports. Of the fishing ports, eleven recorded increases in landings in the first quarter and eleven decreases in catches. The largest percentage increase in downloads has corresponded to the port of Malaga, with 136.9% compared to the first quarter of 2023, while the greatest decline has occurred in Ceuta, with 100% less (0 tons). In volume, the port of Vigo continues to be the first ...
Source: PEefeagro
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