India is pacing ahead to become the leading Processors and Exporters of shrimps and the production is contemplated to reach 7 lakh tons. However, if the prices hold in a good position, this mark will be easy to achieve. The nation has already overtaken Ecuador in the year 2018 as being one of the top exporters of farm shrimps and is heading towards succeeding this year too. On the other hand, China grapples to fight with India to gain but is suffering from bad weather conditions and has turned the nation into an importer of farmed shrimps. According to the President of the Society of Aquaculture Professionals, in recent times, China is buying significant amounts of shrimp from India. Customarily the vannamei shrimps are bought from the country and India’s native 70% of the exports are worth more than 35000 crores. The majority of the enhanced output has come from the Shrimp producers in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, and Gujarat. When it comes to the shrimp farming area is, the country is having 2 lakh hectares with a growth percentage in the past 2 years. The cultivators of Shrimps are all worried about the drop in the global price estimates of Shrimp, this news is keeping everyone on the nerves, and it also becomes a concern for many farmers. Although prices fell due to sluggish consumption, the prices are expected to rise in the upcoming April-May. In India, the development in the area of the shrimp farm area has been compensating for poor productivity due to many types of diseases and changes in weather. It is imperative for India to take some valid steps in order to make sure that the shrimp production does not come at a halt. India is one of the preeminent processors and exporters of shrimps and to maintain the tag, maintaining the quality is essential. Asian shrimp farmers have seen a fall in the production of the vannamei shrimp as the decreasing prices made the production highly unprofitable. India’s shipping to China grew significantly throughout the initial six months of the year, around +181 percent at 13 900 tons confronted with the likewise time in 2017. Nonetheless, the export growth to its first two markets of the United States of America and Vietnam reduced further from 35 percent to 14 percent and from 58 percent to 35 percent sequentially, matched with the corresponding session in 2017. The demand for ship survived fairly with good estimates in the markets of East Asian countries and they were backed by the low prices. Indigenous consumption has been active in the majority of the geographical markets. Let us say that farmed shrimps and factory developed shrimps in India are making a worldwide market, only because of the quality. Seafood Exporters are trying hard to maintain the export growth rate. States like Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat have substantially high exports, but at times of bad weather has seen a downfall. The Indian exports have always been exponentially high but then with a global fall in prices, it had to face a sudden setback. However, things are expected to be back in shape again.