The effectiveness of Vietnam-Norway cooperation project to raise Pangasius farming standards

A cooperation project between Vietnam and Norway has many activities to correct the chain link and gradually raise the standard of Pangasius farming.

More than 1.8 billion fingerlings of high quality for processing and export

To respond the source of high-quality pangasius fingerlings and the need to raise, process and export, Dong Thap province currently has 118 fingerlings production establishments and 1,455 hatcheries, estimated production of more than 1.8 billion pangasius fingerlings, an increase of 50 million compared to the same period in 2018.

Pangasius export of Vietnam in the first 10 months of this year reached US $ 1.64 billion

By the end of October 2019, the total export value of pangasius reached US $ 1.64 billion, down 10% compared to the same period in 2018. Due to the export value of pangasius to some major export markets such as the US, Brazil and Colombia is still deep in negative growth, raw material prices fell sharply over the same period last year so Pangasius exports during this time could not rise higher.

More than 20 stages to have Pangasius fillet for export

To meet export standards, Pangasius must be raised according to food safety standards and processed according to the contract of each order.

Pangasius exports to Malaysia increased by 23.6%

By the first half of October 2019, the total value of Pangasius exports to Malaysia reached US $ 34.18 million, up 23.6% over the same period last year. Currently, Malaysia is the second largest import market for Vietnamese pangasius exporters in ASEAN.