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The first serial supertrauler for RRPK will be launched in St. Petersburg

At the Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg on June 23, a solemn ceremony of launching the vessel for the Russian Fishery Company will take place. The first serial supertrawler received the name "Mechanic Maslak."

It is expected that the event will be attended by Deputy Minister of Agriculture Shestakov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Ryazantsev, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RRPK Frank. In total, ten vessels of the ST-192 project are being built for the RRPK at the Admiralty Shipyards. The lead ship of the series launched on March 27 this year.

According to the press service of the RRPK, the company is implementing a large-scale investment project to upgrade the fishing fleet. For it, 11 modern supertrailers of the ST-192 project are being built as part of the state program of investment quotas.

This is a new generation of vessels with a high ice class and higher performance. Each will be designed for an annual catch of more than 60 thousand tons of fish and the release of about 15 thousand tons of fillet, minced meat and surimi.

RRPK was the first in Russia to invest in the construction of ships with similar parameters. The features of the new fleet will be significantly increased production capacity, maximum safety, high environmental friendliness.

The large freezer fishing trawler of ST-192 project is one of the most modern fishing vessels in the world. It is designed for fishing for pollock and herring with deep and waste-free processing of the catch on board, as well as freezing, storage and transportation of products to the port of destination. Vessels will be able to operate in the most difficult weather conditions, which will extend the effective fishing time.

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