Catch, value and processing of catch 2014

  • 14. August 2015
  • Vol 100, Issue 25
  • ISSN: 1670-4541

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The total catch of Icelandic fishing vessels in 2014 was 1077 thousand tonnes which is 286 thousand tonnes less than in 2013. The value of the catch amounted to 136 billion ISK and decreased by 11% from the previous year. The largest part of the catch was processed in the eastern part of the country, mainly pelagic species. The highest regional share of the demersal catch, 19,1% was processed in the capital area, mainly in Reykjavík.

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