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The company "Vostokpromsnast" launched in Nakhodka the production of fishing products made of capron

Industrial fishing nets, not inferior in quality to European models, Vostokpromsnast LLC now produces from yarns of its own production. Raw materials are purchased from the leading Russian supplier of polyamide fiber. With the beginning of the work of the new shop, fishing enterprises of the Far East got the opportunity to buy the fishing gear they needed from kapron at humane prices. Next in line is the launch of the production of ropes from polyethylene.

Vostokpromsnast LLC signed an agreement with the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and became a resident of the Free Port of Vladivostok in June last year. "We were attracted by numerous preferences provided by the Free Port regime. And first of all, of course, preferential taxation. The zero rate on the profit tax is one of the most important advantages for us, - explains the general director of the enterprise Roman Neustroev. "The preferences received allowed us to develop further and become even more competitive in our market segment."

Having become a resident of the Free Port of Vladivostok, the company with more than ten years of experience managed to implement plans for the organization of modern production of fishing lines (networks for industrial fishing) from self-made yarns. The total investment in the project amounted to more than 20 million rubles. "We purchased a building suitable for our purposes in the city of Nakhodka in Primorsky Krai and carried out repairs. We bought high-tech twisting machines in a network knitting shop - both domestic and imported. We launched environmentally friendly production with a minimum amount of waste, "says Roman Neustroev.

Today Vostokpromsnast produces almost all polyamide fishing gear needed by the enterprises of the fishing industry of Primorsky Krai, Kamchatka, Khabarovsk and Sakhalin regions. In the list of products - any kapron nets and tackles that fishermen may need. The company makes all the ropes, halyards, cords, threads for trawls, trawls and fixed cages, independently of Russian raw materials. “It would be too expensive to build our own production of polyamide fiber. Therefore, we purchase raw materials in Kursk, from the leading Russian manufacturer of polyamide yarns and fibers, Kurskhimvolokno LLC, Roman Neustroyev specifies. - This enterprise supplies its products not only throughout Russia, but also to countries near and far abroad, and even to China. And the quality of Kursk polyamide fiber enjoys well-deserved recognition both in Europe and in Asia. ”

Any fishing enterprise in the Far East can provide its own drawing and get a tackle made according to individual needs. All products are certified, they meet the specifications and requirements of GOST. Quality - at the level of European counterparts.

The organization of new production allowed creating new jobs in Nakhodka 22. Now the fishing industry in the Far East is not going through the best of times, so the Vostokpromsnasti factory is not working at its maximum capacity. But, as soon as demand grows, the company is ready to expand production and increase the number of jobs.

Fishing companies in the Far East need fishing gear not only made of polyamide, but also of polyethylene. So far, Vostokpromsnast LLC has to buy them abroad. The company is a regional representative of two largest international manufacturers of polyethylene cases and ropes - Indian INDIA NETS and Vietnamese TUFROPES PRIVAT LIMITED. “We had plans to build another workshop for the production of ropes,” the director of the company admits. - But so far we do not have such a financial opportunity. We would be glad to see an investor ready to invest in expanding production. "
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