The company's total Q4 harvest volume worldwide was 113,000 tonnes (gutted weight equivalents), slightly above the 111,000 tonnes it had predicted for the period, it said in a trading update.
The 4,000 tonnes of salmon from the Faroe Islands was most profitable, with an EBIT per kg of €3, closely followed by the 2,500 tonnes harvested by Marine Harvest Ireland, which had an EBIT of €2.75 per kg.
Marine Harvest Scotland harvested 13,000 tonnes with an EBIT of €1.20 per kg, and the 66,500 tonnes harvested in Norway made a profit of €1.75 per kg.
The 17,000 tonnes harvested in Chile and the 10,000 tonnes from Canada were least profitable, with an EBIT of €1 per kg.
The complete Q4 2017 report will be released on February 14.