Food and Beverage Processed Seafood & Seafood Processing Equipment Market

The global seafood processing equipment market size is projected to grow at high speed. This is attributed to the increasing global consumption of processed seafood and rise in seafood trade.

The fish segment is projected to be the largest revenue contributor in the processed seafood market during the forecast period. The perishable attributes of fishes make it imperative for fisheries and harvesters to process them. The major types of processed fishes available in the market include dried, salted, fermented, and smoked. The initial phases of fish processing include washing, degutting, salting, fermentation, drying, and smoking.

Increased demand for slaughtering equipment that does not degrade the quality of seafood products is a key factor, due to which the segment is projected to account for a larger market share during the forecast period in the seafood processing equipment market.Of the various equipment type, the market is estimated to be dominated by the slaughtering segment in 2018. There are different types of fish slaughtering equipment available in the market, which include electric, manual, automatic, and semi-automatic.

The Asia Pacific market accounted for the largest share in the processed seafood market. The seafood processing market is projected to grow, as the food processing sector is projected to witness the fastest growth in this region. The processed seafood market in the Asia Pacific region is witnessing significant growth due to the busy lifestyles of customers. Currently, the processed seafood market in the region is also undergoing a significant transformation in response to rapid urbanization and diet diversification. In addition, consumer demand for convenience and processed seafood offers profitable growth prospects and diversification in the region’s food sector. This will subsequently, drive the growth of the processed seafood market in the Asia Pacific.

Key market players include Middleby Corporation (US), GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft (Germany), and John Bean Technologies Corporation (US). Some of the other players that hold a significant share in the market include Marel hf. (Iceland), the BAADER-Group (Germany), Uni-Food Technic A/S (Denmark), Skaginn 3X (Iceland), Arenco AB (Denmark), Zhengda Food Machinery Co. Ltd (China), and KROMA A/S (Denmark).

Key Questions Addressed by the Report

·        Who are the major market players in the processed seafood & seafood processing equipment market?

·        What are the regional growth trends and the largest revenue-generating regions for processed seafood & seafood processing equipment?

·        Which are the major regions that are projected to witness significant growth for processed seafood & seafood processing equipment?

·        What are the key processed seafood & seafood processing equipment that are projected to generate maximum market revenue and account for a significant share during the forecast period?

Which is the major type of seafood that is projected account for a major share, in terms of revenue, over the forecast period?

1.      Introduction

1.1.   Market Definition

1.2.   Study Scope

1.3.   Study Period

1.4.   Market Stakeholders

2.      Research Methodology

2.1.   Secondary Research

2.2.   Primary Research

2.3.   Research Design

2.4.   Data Validation

2.5.   Limitations and Assumptions

3.      Market Dynamics

3.1.   Drivers

3.1.1. Growth of the Aquaculture Industry

3.1.2. Increased Seafood Trade

3.1.3. Increased Consumption of Processed Seafood Products

3.1.4. Increased Health Consciousness Among Consumers

3.2.   Challenges

3.2.1. High Capital Investment With A Low Replacement Frequency

3.2.2. Declining Seafood Population Due to Overfishing

3.2.3.   Food Safety and Regulatory Compliance Requirements

3.3.   Opportunities

3.3.1. Advancements in Seafood Processing Technologies

3.3.2. Improved Packaging Solutions Resulting in Longer Shelf Life of Processed Seafood


4.      Executive Summary

5.      Processed Seafood Market, By Type 

5.1.   Fish

5.2.   Crustaceans

5.3.   Mollusks

5.4.   Others

6.      Processed Seafood Market, By End-Product

6.1.   Frozen

6.2.   Dried

6.3.   Smoked

6.4.   Canned

6.5.   Surimi

6.6.   Others

7.      Seafood Processing Equipment Market, By Type 

7.1.   Slaughtering Equipment

7.2.   Smoking, Curing & Filling Equipment

7.3.   Gutting Equipment

7.4.   Scaling Equipment

7.5.   Skinning Equipment

7.6.   Filleting Equipment

7.7.   Deboning Equipment

7.8.   Others

8.      Seafood Processing Equipment Market, By Seafood Type

8.1.   Fish

8.2.   Crustaceans

8.3.   Mollusks

8.4.   Others

9.      Processed Seafood Market, By Region

9.1.   Europe

9.1.1. Spain

9.1.2.  Germany

9.1.3.  France

9.1.4.  Italy

9.1.5.  UK

9.1.6. Rest of Europe

9.2.   Asia Pacific

9.2.1. Japan

9.2.2.  China

9.2.3.  Thailand

9.2.4. Vietnam

9.2.5. Rest of Asia Pacific

9.3.   North America

9.3.1. U.S

9.3.2. Canada

9.3.3. Mexico

9.4.   Rest of the World

9.4.1. South America

9.4.2. Middle East & Africa

10.  Seafood Processing Equipment Market, By Region

10.1. Europe

10.1.1.   Spain

10.1.2.   Germany

10.1.3.   France

10.1.4.   Italy

10.1.5.   UK

10.1.6.   Rest of Europe

10.2. Asia Pacific

10.2.1.   Japan

10.2.2.   China

10.2.3.   Thailand

10.2.4.   Rest of Asia Pacific

10.3. North America

10.3.1.   U.S

10.3.2.   Canada

10.3.3.   Mexico

10.4. Rest of the World

10.4.1.   South America

10.4.2.   Middle East

10.4.3.   Africa

11.  Company Profiles

11.1. Processed Seafood

11.1.1.   The Middleby Corporation

11.1.2.   GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft

11.1.3.   John Bean Technologies Corporation

11.1.4.   Marel hf.

11.1.5.   The BAADER-Group

11.1.6.   Uni-Food Technic A/S

11.1.7.   Skaginn 3X

11.1.8.   Arenco AB

11.1.9.   Zhengda Food Machinery Co.,Ltd

11.1.10. KROMA A/S

11.2. Seafood Processing Equipment

11.2.1.   Charoen Pokphand Foods Plc.

11.2.2.   Maruha Nichiro Corporation

11.2.3.   Nippon Suisan Kaisha, Ltd.

11.2.4.   Thai Union Frozen Products Public Company Limited

11.2.5.   Mowi ASA

11.2.6.   Leroy Seafood Group ASA

11.2.7.   Nueva Pescanova Group

11.2.8.   High Liner Foods Inc

11.2.9.   Royal Greenland A/S

11.2.10. Clearwater Seafood Incorporated

12.  Conclusion and Recommendations

13.  Appendix

13.1. About

13.2. Related Reports

13.3. Glossary

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