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Iwan Sutanto

President

Shrimp Club Indonesia

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On Prawns and Men in the Bali Strait - Lucky Peach

luckypeach.com [cached]

That's just as it should be, according to Iwan Sutanto, president of the Shrimp Club of Indonesia, an industry association.
"Indonesia has one of the world's longest coastlines," he says.


ASEAN SHRIMP ALLIANCE

www.aseanshrimpalliance.net [cached]

Iwan Sutanto, chairman of Shrimp Club Indonesia, an association of shrimp farmers, had earlier said that using the local broodstock could reduce production costs, which have been averaging about $3.18 a kilogram for P. vannamei, by up $0.21 per kilogram.
Made emphasized that the ministry was not forbidding growers from importing broodstock. "If companies consider imported broodstock to support their production process, the ministry will not prohibit them," he said.


www.kmb-sulsel.net

Iwan Sutanto, Chairman of Shrimp Club Indonesia, explained that shrimp price decreased due to the weakening global demand which was below the producers' production cost.


www.kmb-sulsel.net

Iwan Sutanto, Chairman of Shrimp Club Indonesia, explained that shrimp price is dropping due to the weakening of global demand.
Current shrimp price is below the producers' production cost. Iwan explained that size 50 shrimp price has dropped to around 24 percent to Rp 38,000 per kilogram (kg) from the average price of Rp 50,000 per kg in 2011. Shrimp price outside of Java reaches Rp 33,000 per kg. "Last month, the national shrimp price is at Rp 42,000 per kg," he said. Meanwhile, shrimp cultivation production cost is around Rp 35,000 per kg during normal conditions, and up to Rp 45,000 per kg when there are disruptions such as virus attack. According to Iwan, the dropping of price will affect this year's national shrimp export. He clarified that shrimp export in the first quarter is still increasing. However, he estimates that export will be hampered in the next quarters.


Free News, January 1, 2010

www.shrimpnews.com [cached]

Iwan Sutanto, chairman of Shrimp Club Indonesia, an association of shrimp farmers, had earlier said that using the local broodstock could reduce production costs, which have been averaging about $3.18 a kilogram for P. vannamei, by up $0.21 per kilogram.
Made emphasized that the ministry was not forbidding growers from importing broodstock. "If companies consider imported broodstock to support their production process, the ministry will not prohibit them," he said.


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