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Rosrybolovstvo: the cost of shipping fish products from Vladivostok to Moscow remained unchanged

A meeting was held of the headquarters of the Okhotsk Sea Way, which was held by Andrei Gornichnykh, Head of the Fisheries Management Department of the Federal Fisheries Agency.

According to the ministry, the pollock catch in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, compared with the same indicator of 2014, decreased by 5 thousand tons and amounted to 285 thousand tons. Catch of herring, on the contrary, increased by 19 thousand tons for 58 thousand tons of herring.

As of 16 February 2015 year, the pollock and herring fishery employs 140 mining and 10 processing vessels, 7 reception rooms. and 17 fishing vessels. Specialized fishing for pollock by trawls in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk is conducted by 108 mining vessels, of which 4 operates along coastal quotas. 82 vessels operate in the West Kamchatka subzone, the fishing situation has stabilized somewhat. In the Northern Kuriles, there are 8 ships for industrial and 2 vessels for coastal quotas.

Sergei Bokievets, acting head of the Primorsky Territorial Administration of the Federal Agency for Fishery, informed that the cost of delivering fish products from Vladivostok to Moscow has remained unchanged and amounts to 8,1-8,5 rubles per kilogram, according to the press service of the department.

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