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EastRussia Bulletin: Russian Crab Decides to Build Ships in Western Shipyards

EastRussia Bulletin: Russian Crab Decides to Build Ships in Western Shipyards
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Gleb Frank, the largest winner of crab quotas, owned by the Russian Fishery Company (RRPK), decided not to place orders for the construction of crab fishers in the Far East and gave them to western shipyards, according to the next published bulletin issue EastRussia.

The company entered into contracts for the construction of ten crabs. Seven vessels for catching and transporting live crab will be built at the FSUE “Rosmorport” state Onega shipbuilding and ship repair plant in Karelia. The order for three crab-fish processors equipped with a processing factory for the production of raw-frozen and boiled-frozen products was taken by a private Oka shipyard in the Nizhny Novgorod Region.

“The company plans to build larger vessels than the basic conditions of the auction require,” commented Dmitry Trubnikov, general director of the Russian Crab Group. “These will be more reliable, roomy and productive vessels that meet all the modern requirements for crab fishermen.” This approach will increase the autonomy of ships and the volume of transported products, significantly improve product quality and, which is important for the company, improve conditions and improve crew safety. ”

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