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Primorye fish processors increase production

Thanks to subsidies from the regional budget, the large Primorsk fish processing enterprise JSC "KVEN" has doubled its productivity. "KVEN" is a member of the state program of the Primorsky Territory "Development of the fishery complex for 2013 - 2017".

Within the framework of the subprogram "Stimulation of the renewal and modernization of the main production assets of the fishery complex" the company has been allocated funds for the modernization of production. 3,7 million will be used to pay interest on loans for the purchase of new technological equipment.

Thanks to the funds received, as well as significant own investments, the company installed a new Japanese line with a capacity almost twice as high as the previous one.

According to the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of the Primorsky Territory, KVEN OJSC produces products widely known both in Primorye and beyond - crab sticks, imitation crab meat, fish sausages.

JSC "KVEN" is one of the few coastal fish processing enterprises in Primorye, whose work was affected by the introduction of Western sanctions. So, in the production of crab sticks, minced pollock surimi is used, which is practically not produced in Russia. The raw materials were produced and supplied from the USA. At present, the enterprise is reoriented to supply surimi from Japan and is establishing cooperation with suppliers of alternative raw materials in Russia and other countries.

Production indicators of the company, despite the difficulties with the supply of raw materials, have increased compared to last year. From the beginning of 2014, thousands of tons of products have been produced by 1,2.

Within the framework of the state program, the regional budget provides support to 10 coastal enterprises of the fishery industry. In 2014, more than 95 million rubles were allocated for the development of the industry, of which about 82 million rubles for the development of coastal fish processing, and 13,5 million rubles for the development of aquaculture and the reproduction of aquatic biological resources.

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