Icelandic fleet’s catch volume and value fall in first-half of 2023


Reduced landings seen in the demersal, pelagics and shellfish categories

The volume of fish and shellfish landed by Iceland’s fishing fleet in the first-half of this year totalled 772,954 tonnes, which represents a 10% decrease on the corresponding period of 2022. In value terms, the catch slipped 1% to less than ISK 101 billion.

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