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Fish, frozen, excluding fish fillets and other fish meat of heading 03.04 . HS: 03.03
Sockeye salmon (Red salmon) (Ochorhynchus nerka). HS: 0303.11.00.00
Trout (salmo trutta, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus clarki, Oncorhynchus aquabonita, Oncorhynchus gilae, Oncorhynchus apache and Oncorhynchus chrysogaster). HS: 0303.21.00.00
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and Danube salmon (Hucho hucho). HS: 0303.22.00.00
Other. HS: 0303.29.00.00
Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides, Hippoglossus hippoglossus, Hippoglossus stenolepis). HS: 0303.31.00.00
Plaice (Pleuronectes platessa). HS: 0303.32.00.00
Sole (Solea spp.). HS: 0303.33.00.00
Other. HS: 0303.39.00.00
Albacore or longfinned tunas (Thunnus alalunga). HS: 0303.41.00.00
Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares). HS: 0303.42.00.00
Skipjack or stripe bellied bonito. HS: 0303.43.00.00
Bigeye tunas (Thunnus obesus). HS: 0303.44.00.00
Bluefin tunas (Thunnus thynnus). HS: 0303.45.00.00
Southern bluefin tunas (Thunnus maccoyii). HS: 0303.46.00.00
Other. HS: 0303.49.00.00
Herrings (Clupea harengus, Clupea pallasii). HS: 0303.51.00.00
Cod (Gadus morhua, Gadus ogac, Gadus macrocephalus). HS: 0303.52.00.00
Swordfish (Xiphias gladius). HS: 0303.61.00.00
Toothfish (Dissostichus spp.). HS: 0303.62.00.00
Sardines (Sardina pilchardus, Sardinops spp.), sardinella (Sardinella spp.), brisling or sprats (Spratus sprattus). HS: 0303.71.00.00
Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus). HS: 0303.72.00.00
Coalfish (Pollachius virens). HS: 0303.73.00.00
Mackarel (Scomber scombrus, Scomber australasicus, Scomber japonicus). HS: 0303.74.00.00
Dogfish and other sharks. HS: 0303.75.00.00
Eels (Anguilla spp.). HS: 0303.76.00.00
Sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax, Dicentrarchus punctatus). HS: 0303.77.00.00
Hake (Merluccius spp., Urophycis spp.). HS: 0303.78.00.00
Kerapu (Cromileptes altivelis; Epinephelus heniochus; Epinephelus Merra; Epinephelus tauvina; Cephalophodis Boenack; Plectropomus Leoparbus). HS: 0303.79.10.10
Other. HS: 0303.79.10.90
Tilapia. HS: 0303.79.20.10
Other. HS: 0303.79.20.90
Livers. HS: 0303.80.10.00
Roes. HS: 0303.80.20.00
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C3114 - Seafood Processing in Indonesia

Industry News
Lingga Considers The Fish Canning Industry in Banyuwangi: http://www.tribunnews.com/regional/2017/10/17/lingga-jajaki-industri-pengalengan-ikan-di-banyuwangi/17 October 2017
The Government of Lingga Regency, Riau Islands continues to seek a breakthrough to raise the fishery sector in the area. One of them by considering the cooperation of the development of canning and fish flour industry with PT. Sumber Yala Samudra as one of the largest canning, flour and fish oil companies in Banyuwangi, East Java. This was conveyed by Head of Department of Marine and Fisheries of Lingga, Aang Abubakar.

According to Aang, the result of his meeting with the management of PT. Sumber Yala Samudra, immediately reported to the Regent of Lingga, Alias Wello. Hopefully, in the near future, there will be a follow-up meeting on the action plan. Director of PT. Sumber Yala Samudra, David Wijaya said the canning and fish flour company, which he built since 47 years ago, requires raw materials of fresh fish about 300 tons per day, namely Lemuru fish. In the past, this fish is quite a lot in the Bali Strait. But, now it has started to disappear and must import from China, Japan, Oman, Yemen and Pakistan. As for product marketing, there is no problem. In fact, the company has not been able to meet market demand.
Causes of Lost Canned Fish Industry than Thailand : http://bisnis.tempo.co/read/news/2014/06/05/092582790/Penyebab-Industri-Ikan-Kaleng-Kalah-dari-Thailand, 5 June 2014
Chief Executive of the Indonesian Employers Association of Canned Fish Ady Surya said processed products of Indonesian fishery controls only 11 percent. The market share was far behind the products from Thailand which controls 48 percent.

Dropping it strange because Indonesia has a sea area and fishery potential much larger than Thailand. The cause is the development of infrastructure in poor port and electricity supply crunch, port rental fee is expensive, low-tech on a fishing boat. And the progress of the fishing industry can be initiated from the big concern of top government leaders.
 
HS No. 0303.19.00.00
1 July 2019
Trade Data 2018

Definition
Fish, frozen, excluding fish fillets and other fish meat of heading 03.04. Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, Oncorhynchus keta, Oncorhynchus tschawytscha, Oncorhynchus kisutch, Onchorynchus masou and Oncorhynchus rhodurus), excluding livers and roes : Other.
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Chapter Headings US $ Select All
Import Duty 1.00
Value Added Tax 1.00
Total Tax 1.00
Import Trade Figures 5.00
Export Trade Figures 5.00
Countries of Origin [3] 0.30
Countries of Destination [19] 1.90

Report Content
APPLICABLE TAXES AND DUTIES NORMAL RATE % PREFFERENTIAL RATE %
Import Duty 15.0 5.0
Value Added Tax 10.0 10.0
Luxury Tax 0.0 0.0
Total Tax 26.5 15.5
Ministerial Decree No. 133/PMK.01/2005 date December 23, 2005
The data above is sample data only
Current
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
CIF (US) 23,027,318 19,067,348 20,447,454
Quantity (Unit) 2,123,329 3,698,379 5,453,456
Weight (Kg) 7,221,440 11,661,880 12,567,123
The data above is sample data only
Historical
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
CIF (US) 7,374,478 10,047,482 10,842,850 7,459,774 16,714,619
Quantity (Unit) 1,887,946 2,489,655 3,303,849 494,569 788,285
Weight (Kg) 4,905,807 6,478,645 7,073,154 6,222,921 11,604,996
The data above is sample data only
Current
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
FOB (US) 110,581 130,768 135,342
Quantity (Unit) 100,465 246,561 144,567
Weight (Kg) 73,787 93,685 90,768
The data above is sample data only
Historical
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
FOB (US) 8,536,653 6,826,064 2,540,297 1,832,218 1,227,393
Quantity (Unit) 1,319,636 2,565,227 183,309 245,746 2,956,615
Weight (Kg) 8,496,901 5,326,395 1,861,318 1,497,720 1,404,649
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN IN 2009 US %
Malaysia 9,024,355 53.99
Singapore 4,920,377 29.44
Philippines 2,386,376 14.28
Ireland 326,250 1.95
Netherlands 38,372 0.23
Australia 13,627 0.08
United Kingdom 4,229 0.02
United States 796 < 0.01
Taiwan 237 < 0.01
Total 16,714,619 100
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION IN 2009 US %
Japan 967,895 78.86
Saudi Arabia 43,105 3.51
Kuwait 32,614 2.66
Malaysia 30,923 2.52
Australia 26,865 2.19
Romania 20,146 1.64
Timor Leste 17,964 1.46
Solomon Islands 17,216 1.4
Singapore 16,630 1.35
Eritrea 16,065 1.31
United Arab Emirates 13,419 1.09
Madagascar 7,928 0.65
India 4,840 0.39
Oman 4,640 0.38
United States 2,835 0.23
Qatar 2,786 0.23
Bangladesh 1,130 0.09
Hongkong 360 0.02
New Zealand 32 < 0.01
Total 1,227,393 100
The data above is sample data only
   
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