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Two crab anglers for Kolyma began to be built in Khabarovsk

Two crab anglers for Kolyma began to be built in Khabarovsk
Photo: khabkrai.ru

At the Khabarovsk shipyard, two crabbirds were laid for the MAG-Sea International fishing company from the Magadan Region. The construction of each ship will take a year and a half.

The vessels are intended for the fishing of crab and shrimp, for short-term storage in chilled sea water. Installed equipment will allow freezing at sea.

According to the press service of the regional government, the plant will need additional workforce for new orders: 30 new employees have already been employed, another 20 are in the process of registration. An enterprise from the Magadan Region is also considering placing several more orders for fishing vessels on the stocks of the plant, but of a different class.

Plant first contracted within the framework of the “quota for keel” program, which is aimed at stimulating the development of the fishing fleet in Russia. Earlier President Vladimir Putin approved subsidies the construction of crab fishermen in the Far East. Customers will be able to receive from the federal budget up to 20% of the cost of ships.

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