Recap everything Siam Canadian’s Gulkin said on UCN’s 2021 shrimp outlook webinar: Undercurrentnews
Click below to hear the thoughts of Jim Gulkin, CEO and founder of Siam Canadian Group, on UCN’s 2021 shrimp market outlook webinar on May 26
‘Perfect storm’ of factors to see shrimp markets short through until 2022: Undercurrentnews
A “perfect storm” of factors have combined to mean key global markets for farmed shrimp are likely to remain short of product for the rest of 2021, panelists on Undercurrent News’ latest webinar agreed.
No producers able to fill India’s shoes in case of shrimp summer shortfall: UnderCurrentNews
With the current pandemic crisis in India expected to dampen vannamei shrimp supply in the coming months, importers in the key US and EU markets have been left wondering which,
Exclusive Interview with Jim Gulkin: Founder and Group Managing Director of Siam Canadian
Siam Canadian, established in Thailand in 1987 as a trading company and service provider in a variety of food products,
Watch: Latest UCN webinar explores global shrimp market outlook for rest of 2021: UnderCurrentNews
With foodservice starting to reopen in pandemic-struck markets, freight prices continuing to rise and key shrimp producer India in the grip of a COVID second wave
Global shrimp trade set for boost amid vaccine rollout: Undercurrentnews
Industry experts expect the global shrimp sector to power back in 2021 after the COVID-19 pandemic caused the first contraction in global imports since the financial crisis.
Global shrimp imports contracted by an estimated 3% in 2020 to 3.042 million metric tons in 2020,
‘It’s going to be bumpy’: COVID-19, shipping container crises blur shrimp market outlook: Intrafish
Shrimp industry executives may have their work cut out to predict how 2021 will pan out given the uncertainties stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and logistics challenges
‘Shipping has been a nightmare’: Global container freight crisis batters seafood sector: Intrafish
Seafood companies bear the brunt of freight rate increases as shipping containers are stranded in the wrong areas of the world.
Thai shrimp markets close, gov’t to assist farmers after COVID lockdown: Undercurrentnews
Thailand’s shrimp farmers stopped harvesting as markets are closed in the wake of a 14-day lockdown in Samut Sakhon, a province southwest of Bangkok recently affected by a COVID-19 outbreak