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[February 23, 2014]

Processed Seafood Industry & Seafood Processing Equipment Market 2018 Forecasts in a New Research Report at RnRMarketResearch.com

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 23, 2014 It is not at all a wise option to keep fish and seafood for long without refrigeration. Hence to preserve such products, processing is required. Various types of methods for processing seafood are adopted. The process of freezing is considered as a major method for processing seafood. The processing method of seafood differs from country to country and even from region to region also. The major driving factor of the processed seafood market is the changing lifestyle and demographics of the seafood consumers all over the world. People have become more inclined to the consumption of products provide them health benefits. This report estimates the market size of the processed seafood market in terms of value. Fish, molluscs and crustaceans are the major types of seafood. Frozen products, dried products, smoked, canned and surimi form the chief product types of the processed seafood. In terms of geography, North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World (ROW), represents the major segments. With the rising keenness for value-added seafood products, the market is likely to observe significant growth in the future.

Complete report available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/processed-seafood-seafood-processing-equipment-market-by-types-crustaceans-fish-molluscs-others-by-product-types-frozen-smoked-canned-dried-surimi-others-by-equipment-types-by-geogra-market-report.html.

Seafood processing equipment is a very important section of the processed seafood market.The various equipment assists in the production of good quality of processed seafood products for improved taste and longer shelf-life. Proper practice of these processing equipment helps to deliver better taste, color, and also increases the shelf life of the products. With many advancements in the technology and innovation, the seafood processing equipment is set to exhibit rapid gains in the near future.

The companies that enjoy substantial market share for processed seafood are Thai Union Frozen Products (Thailand), Marine Harvest ASA (Norway), Grupo Pescanova (Spain), and others.The seafood processing equipment companies that have major market shares are Marel (Iceland), GEA (Germany), Manitowoc Company, Inc. (U.S.), and others. The existing dominant players are leveraging their innovative capabilities and customer relations to increase acceptance by major industry players.

The global processed seafood market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.1% from 2013 to 2018. The processed seafood market size of various regions for the period under consideration. Asia-Pacific is expected to dominate the market and is estimated to grow at a modest pace. Europe falls on the second position, followed by the ROW segment.

Major Points from Table of Contents 12 Processed Seafood: Company Profiles 12.1 High Liner Foods Inc.

12.1.1 Overview 12.1.2 Products & Services 12.1.3 Strategy & Insights 12.1.4 Developments 12.1.5 SWOT Analysis 12.1.6 MNM View 12.2 Iglo Group Ltd.

12.2.1 Overview 12.2.2 Products & Services 12.2.3 Strategy & Insights 12.2.4 Developments 12.2.5 SWOT Analysis 12.2.6 MNM View 12.3 Marine Harvest Asa 12.3.1 Overview 12.3.2 Products & Services 12.3.3 Strategy & Insights 12.3.4 Developments 12.4 Grupo Pescanova 12.4.1 Overview 12.4.2 Products & Services 12.4.3 Strategy & Insights 12.4.4 Developments 12.4.5 SWOT Analysis 12.4.6 MNM View 12.5 Thai Union Frozen Products Plc 12.5.1 Overview 12.5.2 Products & Services 12.5.3 Strategy & Insights 12.5.4 Developments 13 Sea Food Processing Equipment: Competitive Landscape 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Acquisitions: Most Preferred Strategic Approach 13.3 Maximum Developments in 2011 13.4 Middleby Corp.: Most Active Company 14 Sea Food Processing Equipment: Company Profiles 14.1 GEA Group 14.1.1 Overview 14.1.2 Products & Services 14.1.3 Strategy 14.1.4 Developments 14.1.5 SWOT Analysis 14.1.6 MNM View 14.2 JBT Corporation 14.2.1 Overview 14.2.2 Products & Services 14.2.3 Strategy & Insights 14.2.4 Developments 14.3 Key Technologies 14.3.1 Overview 14.3.2 Products & Services 14.3.3 Strategy & Insights 14.3.4 Developments 14.4 Marel Group 14.4.1 Overview 14.4.2 Products & Services 14.4.3 Strategy 14.4.4 Developments 14.5 Middleby Corporation 14.5.1 Overview 14.5.2 Products & Services 14.5.3 Strategy & Insights 14.5.4 Developments 14.5.5 SWOT Analysis 14.5.6 MNM View Order a Purchase Copy at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=148267.

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