Austevoll Seafood is a pelagic fishery and seafood company with operations in Norway, Chile, Peru, Ireland and the U.K. Co.'s operations include fishing vessels, fishmeal plants, canning plants, freezing plants, and salmon farming. Co. has four segments: salmon and trout, which consist of the production to sales and distribution of Atlantic salmon and trout; fishmeal and oil, which consist of the production and sales of the products; pelagic North Atlantic, which consist of the production, sales and distribution of fishmeal, fish oil and frozen pelagic fish products; and human consumption, which consist of the production, sales and distribution of fresh, frozen and canned fish products.
Greig Seafood is a fish farming group, based in Norway, that specialized in salmon and trout. Co. is the parent company of the Greig Seafood Group. Co. is engaged in the production and sale of seafood, and naturally related activities to the sale of seafood. Co. is predominately engaged in the production of farmed salmon and trout, with a production capacity of around 95,00 tons gutted weight annually. Co. has 100 licences for salmon production and five licences for smolt production. Co. has operations in Finnmark and Rogaland in Norway, British Columbia in Canada, and Shetland (the U.K.).
Leroy Seafood Group is a supplier of seafood. Co.'s primary products are Atlantic salmon and trout. Co. reports within two main segments: Production and Sales and Distribution. The Production segment includes Co.'s activities within production and processing, mainly Atlantic salmon and trout. The subsidiaries in this segment are a main employer along the Norwegian coastline and other areas. The Sales and Distribution segment has a global reach, comprising sales, marketing, product development and distribution of both Co.'s own produced products as well as for external suppliers. Co. is also engaged in nationwide distribution of fresh fish on the Norwegian market.
Marine Harvest is a seafood company engaged in the production of farmed salmon. Co. offers fresh and processed salmon and other processed seafood to customers in 70 countries worldwide. Co. focuses on three principal types of production activities: salmon feed production in Norway, fish farming and primary processing of fish in Norway, Scotland, Canada, Chile, Ireland, and the Faroe Islands, and secondary processing of seafood in Norway, Chile, Ireland, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Japan, Vietnam, Taiwan, and South Korea.
Norway Royal Salmon has developed from a sales and marketing company for farmed salmon into an integrated seafood company. Co. is a fish farming company with activities in two main segments: fish farming and sales. The fish farming business includes salmon farming and harvesting activities. The fish farming business is divided into two regions: Region North, which consists of the fish farming business in Senja and West Finnmark; and Region South, which consists of the fish farming business in the area around Haugesund. The sales segment includes the purchase and sale of salmon, as well as Co.'s chain management activities.
SalMar is a producer of Atlantic salmon and is integrated from roe and smolt to products and sales. Co. has farming operations in Central and Northern Norway, as well as in Scotland. Co. has operating licences for marinephase fish farms and hatcheries in central Norway and Troms County. Co. has 66 licences for production of farmed Atlantic salmon in Norway: 53 in central Norway (More & Romsdal, South and North Trondelag) and 13 in northern Norway (Troms)
DNB Markets is the investment banking arm of DNB Bank ASA and is focused primarily on the Nordic region, as well as internationally on niches such as global shipping, energy and related services, and seafood. DNB Markets offers services in FICC, Equities and Investment Banking advisory from offices in Oslo, Stockholm, London, Singapore and New York. Equity research coverage is offered on c250 Nordic companies. DNB was ranked no.2 in Extel Nordic Research 2017. The DNB Markets’ Credit and FICC Macro & FX Research teams are repeatedly highly rated by Prospera Nordic Institutional Investor Surveys.
SALMAR ASA (NO), a company active in the Farming & Fishing industry, reduced its market risk and raised its general evaluation. The independent financial analyst theScreener awarded an improved star rating to the company, which now shows 4 out of 4 possible stars; its market behaviour has improved and can be considered as defensive. theScreener believes that this new assessment merits an overall rating upgrade to Positive. As of the analysis date February 21, 2020, the closing price was NOK 487.10 and its potential was estimated at NOK 522.81.
The general evaluation of LEROY SEAFOOD GROUP ASA (NO), a company active in the Farming & Fishing industry, has been upgraded by the independent financial analyst theScreener with the addition of a star. Its fundamental valuation now shows 4 out of 4 possible stars while its market behaviour can be considered as moderately risky. theScreener believes that the additional star(s) merits the upgrade of its general evaluation to Slightly Positive. As of the analysis date February 21, 2020, the closing price was NOK 61.96 and its potential was estimated at NOK 68.75.
The second fishing season in Peru was cut short after crews reported 90% of catches were juvenile fish (only 35% of the quota was caught). According to a report in Undercurrent News, the Peruvian government is investigating whether quota data was manipulated. The reduced quota means we have cut our estimates of earnings from Austral, and in turn cut our Austevoll Seafood 2020e EPS by 4.7%. We forecast Q4 operating EBIT of NOK819m, in line with consensus (results due at 06:00 CET on 25 February). However, we reiterate our BUY and NOK108 target price.
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