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Aquaculture in Italy - Sector environment
Databank Cerved Group, December 2011, Pages: 10
This report provides information on the sector environment of the aquaculture Italian market: detailed data on the sector by segment, market trends and its main drivers, competitive forces and their impact on the market, future expectations, recent events and developments in terms of product, distribution channel, potential risks, regulatory framework.
The following segments of the sector will be analysed in this report:
- Saltwater fish farming:
other species, e.g. mullets and sole
- Freshwater fish farming:
other species, e.g. carp, pike and perch
- Mollusc farming:
other species, e.g. scallops and oysters
Molluscs, as well as numerous species of fish (sea bass, eels, gilt-head bream, corb and others) are also farmed in brackish water, which is water with a variable but moderate salt content (such as lagoons,
brackish lakes and marshes and estuaries, or areas where a body of freshwater meets a body of saltwater).
This report will not cover either the farming of aquarium fish or the production of aquatic plants.
In order to draw up the Competitors report, the Databank method foresees the screening of the main realities of the sectors and various one-to-one interviews with the selected players. All this is then completed via:
- the gathering of information questionnaires that are filled out by the main companies on an annual basis;
- the checking of the gathered information by a sector expert, using a verification system that guarantees maximum reliability and consistency;
- the processing of information belonging to the Cerved Group about Italian economic realities.
1. INTRODUCTION TO METHODOLOGY 3
2. SECTOR DESCRIPTION 4
2.1. Scope 4
2.2. Segments 5
3. SECTOR ENVIRONMENT 6
3.1. Sector data 6
3.2. Competitive forces 7
3.3. Notable recent events and developments 7
CONNECTED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 8
List of Tables and Graphs:
AQUACULTURE: EXTENT AND PERFORMANCE OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN TERMS OF QUANTITY AND VALUE, FROM 2008 TO 2012
AQUACULTURE: IMPACT OF COMPETITIVE FORCES, 2011