In January-July Ukrainian producers of canned fish exported 2,702 tons of products to the tune of $4.6 million, up by 31% YoY.
“As the State Statistics Service of Ukraine reports, in January-July Ukraine exported 2,702 tons of finished fish and canned fish products to the tune of $4.6 million. In monetary terms, the exports showed a 31% rise compared to the same period last year,” the press service of the State Agency for Fisheries of Ukraine reports.
The largest importers of Ukrainian canned fish products were the CIS countries – 2,000 tons at the sum of $2.6 million. In particular, Moldova imported 656 tons at the sum of $946,000, Belarus – 427 tons at the sum of $541,000, Armenia – 230 tons at the sum of $174,000, Kazakhstan – 213 tons at the sum of $266,000, and Kyrgyzstan – 66 tons at the sum of $39,000.
The finished fish and canned fish products were also exported to Georgia – 437 tons worth $456,000, Israel – 92 tons worth $290,000, Latvia – 68 tons worth $129,000, the United States – 30 tons worth $66,000 and other countries of the world. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)