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The procedure for loading fish in the ports of Primorsky Krai will be simplified

In Primorye, the regional department of fisheries and aquatic biological resources has created a working group to address issues related to the shipment of local fish products to the central part of Russia. The first positive results on elimination of excessive administrative barriers have already been achieved.

The working group included representatives of port organizations, owners of specialized rolling stock, Rosrybolovstvo, Rosselkhoznadzor, cargo carriers, shippers and representatives of Russian Railways.

At one of the meetings of the working group, port workers noted the mode of operation of the Rosselkhoznadzor, which was inconvenient for cargo owners.

“Experts of the Rosselkhoznadzor work five days a week, as a result, vessels with fish products stand idle while waiting for the cargo to be cleared, which leads to additional non-production costs. At the same time, the speed of cargo turnover in ports also decreases, which also leads to significant losses, ”the representatives of the port organizations expressed a common opinion.

In addition, difficulties arise with the registration of the bill of lading when the vessel arrives at the port. Today, representatives of the port infrastructure and cargo owners are waiting for a specialist to inspect the entire batch of fish. At the same time, the volume of such a batch can reach several thousand tons.

In this regard, the department sent an appeal to the Rosselkhoznadzor management about elimination of excessive administrative barriers for processing fish products. This has already had a positive effect.

“The management of the Rosselkhoznadzor department informed that today the issue of establishing a round-the-clock work of inspectors in ports is being considered. It was also decided to inspect the fish products as they are unloaded from the vessel with the appropriate crushing of the consignment bill of lading. This result will make it possible to increase the volume of transportation of fish products to the central part of the country without significant losses for the manufacturer, ”the department specialists emphasized.

Director of the Department Alexander Perednya noted that the region should strive to improve the logistics of transporting fish.

“Today, a world unit for the transportation of fish has been developed and we, as a region for which the successful development of the fishing industry is a priority, must comply with modern trends and improve transport logistics for delivering fish throughout the country. At the same time, the solution we are working out should suit everyone - representatives of ports, cargo owners, and the end consumer, ”he stressed.

Members of the group intend to discuss the possibility of replacing refrigerated wagons and sections when transporting fish to refrigerated containers.

According to Vladimir Miklushevsky, the Governor of Primorsky Krai, in the conditions of sanctions Primorye should supply more fish to the domestic market.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Government to work out the issue of subsidizing the rail transportation of our fish caught in the Far East to the European part of Russia. It is very important here to start transporting fish in refrigerated containers. The whole world has already switched to this convenient form of delivery, moreover, it is cheaper, "the head of the region emphasized.

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