For 2012, the group's director James Gulkin is predicting growth of between 8 - 12 percent. Siam Canadian expects to see growth from its division in Thailand, Indonesia, China India in 2012, especially of vannamei shrimp.
December 1, 2012Admin
Chinese exporters irked by delays in Indonesia : August 19, 2011 By Mark Godfrey, SeafoodSource contributing editor reporting from Beijing, China An apparent attempt by Indonesian authorities to block low-priced frozen seafood imports from China is angering Chinese seafood exporters. Chinese frozen squid exporter, Yantai Rixiang, claims many containers has returned ...
August 19, 2011Admin
Is free-trade agreement benefiting China : April 29, 2011 By Mark Godfrey SeafoodSource contributing editor reporting from Beijing, China Prices for squid, cuttlefish and shrimp continue to rise in key Southeast Asian seafood-producing nations on the back of demand from China, which now has low-tariff access to the Association of Southeast Asian ...
May 3, 2011Admin
Bangkok-based seafood exporter Siam Canadian is boosting sales to new markets including China and Eastern Europe, managing director Jim Gulkin told IntraFish. “When the business was started we sold Asian products to western countries, but now that is completely changed. Today our markets are very diverse and we sell into 70 ...
April 20, 2011Admin
Overall farmed shrimp volume shouldn’t be impacted by the floods in Thailand, but prices are likely to remain firm into the fourth quarter, a Thailand-based executive told IntraFish.
April 18, 2011Admin