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The largest fish processing complex in the region was opened in Primorye
On Fisherman's Day, July 12, the Russian Fishery Company launched the Russian Pollock fishing complex in the Nadezhdinskaya TOP in Primorye. The Governor of Primorsky Territory Oleg Kozhemyako took part in the ceremony of launching the commissioning of the plant. He noted that the opening of the largest complex in the region is deeply symbolic.
“In Primorye, most residents have one way or another related to fishing,” the governor noted in his welcoming speech. - Someone works in the field, and someone just love fishing for a bait. It’s good that the tradition is being revived, when for a professional holiday we do not just cook our ears and say good words to each other, but open such modern high-tech production facilities. The Russian Fishery Company invested heavily, and in a fairly short time created a plant, which is only possible for a powerful holding. Thanks to the state policy on the allocation of investment quotas, such enterprises in Russia are becoming more and more. As a result, there will be more products on the tables of Primorye and Russians, more jobs and taxes. ”
The head of Primorye congratulated the management and staff of the company on the launch of the plant and presented awards. For many years of conscientious work, high professional achievements, and contribution to the development of the fishery complex, the First Deputy General Director of Russkiy Pollock Limited Liability Company Maxim Pronin was awarded the certificate of honor of the Governor of Primorsky Krai. The head of the region also thanked the staff of the Russian Pollock LLC, Pavel Kopytov, Alexei Karchevsky, Anna Lankina, Ksenia Chistyakova.
Then the floor was taken by the deputy head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Petr Savchuk. He called the opening of the plant a great holiday for the region and the country.
“You presented a gift for Fisherman's Day - a factory that meets all international standards,” said Petr Savchuk. - It will not produce semi-finished products, but high-tech products. The investment quota gives the results that we see on the example of real ships and factories. I hope that Russian Pollock will be known not only in Russia, but also abroad. ”
Equipment from leading world manufacturers installed at the plant will allow producing up to 155 tons of finished products per day, mainly block and piece pollock pollock, as well as minced briquettes, steaks and more. At least 20 tons of fish oil and flour per day will be produced from the main production waste.
“The plant is nine lines for the production of high value-added products,” said Gleb Frank, chairman of the board of directors of RRPK LLC. - In the Nadezhda district of Primorsky Krai 350 new jobs will appear. There are many technological processes, certifications and so on. It is important that the plant was built in Primorye and the products are largely oriented towards consumption by local residents. Assortment to be produced: individual frozen fillet, minced meat, various canned food, other products. Large-scale construction was made possible thanks to the state program of investment quotas, including the personal initiatives of the envoy of Yuri Trutnev to develop a coastal processing cluster in the Far East. I am sure that today investment construction is the only possible way for the fishing industry to become a driver for the development of coastal regions and certain other industries. ”
According to him, the RRPK investment program is about 100 billion rubles. The opening of the plant is part of it. After the solemn pressing of the button, symbolizing the launch of the plant, Governor Oleg Kozhemyako examined the production lines of the complex, utility rooms, made a number of recommendations. In particular, the head of the region expressed his wish to replenish the assortment of school meals in the Primorsky Territory with the help of the plant's products.
Already in September, Russian Pollock will begin production for consumers of Primorye and Russia, as well as for deliveries abroad.