Establishment of production facilities in India

Fisheries in India is a very important economic activity and a thriving sector with diverse resources and potential. India is also an important fish producing country through aquaculture in the world. India is home to over 10 percent of the world's fish diversity. The country currently ranks second in the world in terms of total fish production, with an annual fish production of around 9.06 million metric tons.
As the second largest aquaculture producing country, the share of inland fisheries and aquaculture has risen from 46 percent in the 1980s to more than 85 percent in recent years in total fish production. Freshwater aquaculture has shown a staggering tenfold growth from 0.37 million tons in 1980 to 4.03 million tons in 2010; with an average annual growth rate of over 6 percent.
Common capacity per year
~40 mln/l
India, Sri-Lanka
~900 mln $
2031 year
Targeting markets
Market value for current products
Time to reach planning capacity
About country
405 800 MW
1.4 bn ppl
3.176 bln $
literacy rate
GDP Volume
place of purchasing power parity in the world
Installed capacity-net power plants
of the population is under the age of 25
average annual growth rate of real GDP
Inland aquaculture and shrimp farming sector
8.6 mln t
> 2 mln ha
>700 000 t
Fisheries annual growth rate 2021-2022
per year total shrimp production
per year total aquaculture production
Total area of water bodies under aquaculture
People employed in agriculture
leading fish producing country in the world
Average annual growth rate of the fisheries sector
fish production in inland waters