Top 150 seafood companies haul in $107 billion in 2015

Almost a third of that revenue came from the world's 10 biggest companies.

With combined revenues of $107 billion (€100.3 billion) the world’s top 150 seafood companies offer a sizeable opportunity for investment.

The sector is growing at a faster rate than any other protein industry, and with a keen eye on sustainability and increasing investment in science and modernization, it has potential to be the biggest protein industry of the modern world.

The industry is also consolidating, and 2016 saw large buy-outs, mergers and JVs create some sizeable entities, with the top 10 companies now accounting for almost a third of the top 150’s revenues in 2015.

New entrants and movement into different areas of the industry is also creating some interesting shifts along with a new level of professionalism and investment in areas previously less well financed. Two of the top 10 companies in the world, for example, didn’t even exist in 2014.

If you want more insight into the companies and dynamics of one of the world's most promising industries, look no further than IntraFish's new Investing in Seafood report -- the definitive guide to the industry.

With an indepth profile of each of the top 150 seafood companies, this report gives you exclusive insight into their size, growth, focus and strategy.

The report also drills down into supply and market trends; the dynamics of where and in what sectors the biggest companies are; and gives a detailed timeline of the industry's M&A activity over the last year.

This 185 page report is the most focused, in-depth report you will find on the companies driving the seafood industry. Filled with graphs, charts, maps and infographics this report was written and compiled by IntraFish's international editorial team with the specific aim of producing the definitive report for investors.

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