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RRPK began supplying pollock fillets to the markets of China and Japan

RRPK began supplying pollock fillets to the markets of China and Japan
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Russian Fisheries Company has begun supplying pollock fillets to the markets of China and Japan. In 2022, the company plans to export at least five thousand tons of fillets to the Asian region.

According to the press service of the RRPK, the first contract for the supply of 700 tons of pollock fillets to China was signed last year. In January of this year, a contract for one thousand tons was signed, an agreement on the supply of another 2,5 thousand tons of fillets is being prepared for conclusion. In addition, the first 600 tons of pollock fillets were contracted for Japan.

According to Maxim Klyushin, head of the strategic development, marketing and sales support department of RRPK, by the end of the current year the company plans that the share of raw material sent to the production of fillets and sea-frozen surimi will amount to more than 50% of the total catch.

In 2020, about one thousand tons of fillets were supplied to the Russian market. In the next two years, deliveries are planned to increase to five thousand tons per year.

Over the year, the RRPK plans to produce about five thousand tons of surimi, in 2022 - about 20 thousand tons of this product. New supertrawlers will provide surimi production. It is planned to build 11 such vessels for the RRPK, each of which is designed to produce about 15 thousand tons of deep processing products (fillets, minced meat and surimi). The production of such products will grow as the vessels are commissioned.

 

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