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Global Aquafeed Market - Trends And Forecasts (2014-2020)

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Global Aquafeed market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 3.4%, from a $24.6 Billion industry in 2013 to becoming a $ 30.7 Billion by 2020.
With globally increasing demand for fish and fish based products, compound feed demand in the aquatic animal's food industry is also expected to increase at a CAGR of 2.1% in terms of volume for the period of 2014 to 2020. By 2020 it is expected that more than 50% of the global fish supplies will come from fish farms. With limited availability of marine feed resources and rising global demand for fish, the fish farming trend is expected to increase, driving the market for compound feed. Food safety concerns are promoting fish farming because farmed fish offer a higher level of food security, since the entire life cycle has been rigorously controlled.

Seafood is the preferred meat type in Asia-Pacific countries such as China, Indonesia, and Philippines. A variety of fish and other aquatic animal's food such as prawns, lobsters, and crabs are abundantly available in these countries and form an integral part of the diet. The Asia-Pacific market, although accounting for a significant share of the overall market, is expected to be relatively unexplored, primarily due to the low level of organization in the fish industry. Unlike developing nations in Asia and Latin America, developed regions of the world (Western Europe and U.S.) have low population growth rates and have attained high level of urbanization; their demand for aquatic animals compound feed is limited because of relative less production.

Section 1,2 and 3 provide an in-depth analysis of the global compound feed market, elaborating on the drivers, restraints, opportunities and the regulatory scenario.
Section 4 gives market numbers (size and growth forecasts) for the Aquafeed market, comparing it with the size and growth of other segments like Ruminant Feed, Poultry Feed and Swine feed.
Section 5 contains the market size and forecasts for 19 of the most prominent countries across the globe for the Aquafeed market and section 6 presents the expert opinion on the future of the compound feed market.
Section 7 profiles 20 of the most prominent companies operating in this market across the globe, elaborating on the products & services, financials and key strategies formulated by these companies in the last 5 years.

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Methodology
1.2. Definition of the market

2. KEY FINDINGS OF THE STUDY

3. Global Aquafeed Market – Overview

4. MARKET ANALYSIS
4.1. Livestock Industry Trend
4.2. Meat Industry Trend
4.3. Price trend Analysis
4.4. Threshold matters of the Industry
4.5. Factors Affecting the Global Compound Feed Market
4.5.1. Drivers
4.5.2. Restraints
4.5.3. Opportunities
4.6. Porters Analysis
4.6.1. Bargaining power of Buyers
4.6.2. Bargaining power of Suppliers
4.6.3. Degree of Competition
4.6.4. Threat of new entrants
4.6.5. Threat of Substitutes
4.7. Global Regulatory Environment-Impact Analysis
4.8. Value Chain Analysis

5. Share of Aqua feed in Global Compound Feed Market

5.1. Global Compound Feed Market (Market size by Value & Volume, CAGR)
5.1.1. Ruminant Feed
5.1.2. Swine Feed
5.1.3. Poultry Feed
5.1.4. Fish Feed
5.1.5. Other Animal

6. Geographical Segmentation (Market Sizes – Volume/Value, CAGR)
6.1. North America
6.1.1. U.S.A
6.1.2. Canada
6.1.3. Mexico
6.1.4. Others
6.2. EUROPE
6.2.1. Spain
6.2.2. U.K.
6.2.3. France
6.2.4. Germany
6.2.5. Russia
6.2.6. Italy
6.2.7. Rest of Europe
6.3. APAC
6.3.1. China
6.3.2. India
6.3.3. Japan
6.3.4. Thailand
6.3.5. Vietnam
6.3.6. Australia
6.3.7. Rest of APAC
6.4. South America
6.4.1. Brazil
6.4.2. Argentina
6.4.3. Rest of South America
6.5. Africa
6.5.1. South Africa
6.5.2. Egypt
6.5.3. Others

7. The future of the industry-Expert View

8. Key players profile
8.1. Biomar A/S
8.2. Coppens International Bv
8.3. Aller Aqua A/S
8.4. Beneo – Animal Nutrition
8.5. Ewos Group
8.6. Geelen Counterflow
8.7. Norel Animal Nutrition
8.8. Ridley Corporation
8.9. Nutriad International NV
8.10. Hanpel Tech Co. Ltd

9. Appendix
9.1. Abbreviations
9.2. Sources
9.3. Bibliography
9.4. Disclaimer

Companies Mentioned

8.1. Biomar A/S
8.2. Coppens International Bv
8.3. Aller Aqua A/S
8.4. Beneo – Animal Nutrition
8.5. Ewos Group
8.6. Geelen Counterflow
8.7. Norel Animal Nutrition
8.8. Ridley Corporation
8.9. Nutriad International NV
8.10. Hanpel Tech Co. Ltd

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