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A new fleet of fishing super trawlers will be built in the Far East
A new fleet of fishing supertrawlers will be built in the Far East. RRPK and KRDV signed an agreement on cooperation within the framework of the WEF.
According to the press service of the Russian Fishery Company, the document was signed by the general director of the RRPK Viktor Litvinenko and the general director of the KRDV Igor Nosov. The agreement affects nine of the 11 vessels that the RRPK plans to build. The volume of capital investments is 63 billion rubles. As a result of the project implementation, 1 jobs will be created in the Primorsky Territory.
As Viktor Litvinenko noted, the RRPK and KRDV have been fruitfully cooperating for a long time.
“Thanks to the support of the Corporation, RRPK is successfully implementing projects in Primorye that make a significant contribution to the social development of the region - through the creation of new jobs and the provision of additional tax deductions,” he added.
The KRDV will assist the RRPK in the formation of a package of documents and filing an application for obtaining the status of a FPV resident for the companies belonging to the Group that are implementing the construction of a new fleet of fishing trawlers.
According to Igor Nosov, the regime of the Free Port of Vladivostok gives investors good opportunities for the successful implementation of their business initiatives.
“The Corporation will provide support to RRPK in the implementation of an investment project for the construction of ships. In particular, he will accompany the project at all stages of development - from consideration of the application to the conduct of operational activities, to participate in the “one window” mode in the interaction of companies with other development institutions and federal and regional authorities, ”he said.