The extraordinary expansion of processing capabilities and rising consumer spending on seafood products within the ASEAN region are growing continuously. World fish consumption is projected to increase by 21% in 2025 to 178 million tons and Asia will be accounting for 73% of the total increase and consuming more than two-thirds of the available seafood supply.
Nowadays, Asian countries are not only a key market for seafood importers, but also for exporters who might find many opportunities as well as challenges. Regulations, compliance with local directives, entry barriers and the current situation caused by COVID-19 can be an obstacle to overcome if you don’t have the proper expertise.
How can you find reliable seafood suppliers in Asia and can you ensure they are verified based on the latest regulations?
Will my cargo be delayed due to COVID related restrictions?
What are the opportunities in the Asian market in the seafood industry?
Find out in this insightful hour-long webinar that will see a panel of industry experts assess the current and future landscape of the seafood industry including the changes and challenges ahead in order to take advantage of coming opportunities.
✓ Manufacturers of seafood packaging
✓ Seafood importers and exporters
✓ Seafood retailers
✓ Import/export marine vessel owners
✓ Seafood wholesalers
✓ Seafood suppliers
✓ Seafood factories
✓ To better understand the seafood industry across Asia
✓To find out how COVID-19 has impacted the seafood industry in Asia
✓ To understand local regulations for your seafood export/import business to Asia
✓ To equip your seafood business with the best seafood suppliers in Asia and ensure they are verified with required regulations.
China Analyst, Writer at SeafoodSource.com
Mark studied at Dublin City University and graduated with an MA in International Relations. He has lived in China sine 2003 and works a journalist reporting on economies, industries and trade within China. He has been writing for seafoodsource.com since 2009. He has traveled across China, visiting fisheries and aquacultures regions. He spent three years at the Financial Times, China Confidential and has reported across Southeast Asia and the former Soviet Union. He has many educational agriculture and food science certificates.
Senior Representative, US-USEAN Business Council-Vietnam
Bui Kim Thuy joined the US-USEAN Busines Council (USABC) in March 2018 as the country representative for Vietnam. Previously, she served as the Deputy Director of the Agency for Foreign Trade in the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT). She graduated from The Academy of Vietnam with a BA in International Economics and currently she is the Chairwoman. Bui Kim Thuy is a great source for US companies doing business within ASEAN and is the founding member of ABG Leadership Institute.
Host and Presenter, Quality and Compliance Expert
Elizabeth is a quality and compliance expert with over 20 years’ experience in the consumer products industry. She has performed many factory evaluations, quality audits, product sourcing, product compliance evaluations and she has built many successful partnerships with factories globally. She also works alongside HQTS supporting their business development within the North American Market.
2:00 – 2:20 pm (New York Time)
6:00 – 6:20 pm (London Time)
The role that China plays within the fish and seafood market, the challenges and future opportunities post pandemic.
• Outline of Chinese seafood market: sales, imports, pricing trends, species
• Import controls, tariffs in China for seafood
• Covid 19 related controls,
inspections at Chinese ports
• Impact of Covid 19 on Chinese demand for imported seafood: two case studies
• Future outlook for imports
2:20 – 2:40 pm (New York Time)
6:20 – 6:40 pm (London Time)
Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia fish and seafood market and an overview of how the market will succeed post pandemic era
• Comparison of FTAs’ rules of origin applied for seafood products importing into Viet Nam and exporting from Viet Nam
• Some technical barriers to trade (TBT) applied for seafood products in Viet Nam/ ASEAN
• Regional Outlook for Seafood Products
2:40 – 2:50 pm (New York Time)
6:40 – 6:50 pm (London Time)
2:50 – 3:00 pm (New York Time)
6:50 – 7:00 pm (London Time)