Norway exported NOK 42.1 billion worth of seafood in the third quarter. This is an increase of NOK 3.7 billion, or 10 per cent, compared to last year.
”In terms of value, Norwegian seafood exports are still doing well. Salmon, trout, cod and pollack have had a historically strong third quarter behind them. However, it is still the weak Norwegian krone that is the most important driver of value growth”, says Christian Chramer, CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council.
We have already passed the total export value for 2021
So far this year, Norway has exported NOK 124.1 billion worth of seafood. The total Norwegian seafood export in 2021 was NOK 120.8 billion.
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“As in April, we also see a significant currency effect in May. The weak Norwegian krone alone contributed to an increase in export value of around NOK 1.5 billion last month. Without this currency development, there would have been a decline in export value. The market situation has now become more demanding”, says Christian Chramer, CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council.

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