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Metal cutting began for the first crab-processor of the Russian Crab Group of Companies

Metal cutting began for the first crab-processor of the Russian Crab Group of Companies
Photo: Press Service of the Russian Crab Group

Metal cutting began at the Oka shipyard for the first crab-processor of the new fleet of the Russian Crab group of companies. The project 5712 R vessel will be the first in a series of three processors. It is planned to be commissioned in 2023.

According to the press service of the Russian Crab Group of Companies, the company is building the new fleet within the framework of the investment quotas program. The vessels will operate in the Okhotsk and Bering Seas - they are intended for catching crab and processing it into cooked and frozen products.

Project 5712 R was developed by the company from St. Petersburg "Damen Engineering" with the participation of specialists from the GC "Russian Crab". The capacity of production, processing and storage of frozen products on the vessels of the new fleet has been doubled. For a crew of 32 people, there is a comfortable spacious living block.

The length of the vessel is 57,70 m, width - 12,60 m, full speed - 12,3 knots. The crabbolt processor is capable of processing and producing 15 tons of finished products per day.

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