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Developers handed over a draft of a fish cluster in Primorye

21 November 2014, the developers presented a project to create a fish cluster in Primorye. The creation of the project took about 9 months. It is planned that, thanks to its implementation, representatives of the fishing industry of Primorye and the entire Far East will be able to provide fish not only for themselves, but for the whole of Russia.

According to the Director of the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of Primorsky Krai Alexander Perdnia, the preliminary draft was sent to the profile expert councils for consideration. They will have to discuss it and submit their proposals until December 1.

“The final draft of the fish cluster, which will take into account the proposals of experts, the developers will present in early December. The issue of its financing will be decided at the level of the Government of Russia, "the press service of the Governor of the Primorsky Territory says.

The fish cluster will become one for the entire Far East and will include production facilities for fish processing, refrigeration capacity of one-time storage up to 700 tons at the third stage of the project implementation, port and transport infrastructure, as well as other fish logistics facilities, including the trade and logistics center. It is expected that the output of finished products will be from 220 to 550 tons per day.

“This is where the fish will be stored and, most importantly, processed. It is the lack of its own onshore processing that is a serious problem in the region today. Of the 2,8 million tons of fish caught, about 2 million tons are exported. Although we could process the entire volume here and feed the whole country, ”said the Governor of Primorye Vladimir Miklushevsky.

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