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The fishing complex of Primorsky Krai will be able to produce up to 550 tons of products per day

The fishing industry complex in Primorye will produce up to 550 thousand tons of products per day. The development of the PKK will solve the tasks of diversifying fish markets and expanding the product range. In addition, the complex will include production facilities for fish processing, refrigerating capacities of one-time storage of about 700 thousand tons, port and transport infrastructure, RIA PrimaMedia reported in the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of Primorsky Krai.

The branch of Nomura Research Institute Ltd., which is the largest research and consulting center in the Asia-Pacific region, has prepared a concept and a preliminary feasibility study and is preparing an investment proposal for the construction of a fishing industry complex as part of the creation of a fish processing cluster in the Primorsky Territory ( PKK).

- The development of the fisheries cluster will allow solving several tasks in Primorye. First of all, this will change the positions of the Primorsky Krai organizations in the fish markets of Northeast Asia and Russia, increase the production of fish products with a high share of added value due to lower costs, increase the depth of processing of fish raw materials and the quality of fish products. It will develop the innovative component of fishery complex and form its own technological platform of the fish sector, - noted in the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of Primorsky Krai .

The PKK will include production facilities for fish processing, refrigerating capacities of one-time storage of about 700 thousand tons, port and transport infrastructure, and other fish logistics facilities, including a trade and logistics center. Output of finished products from 220 to 550 tons per day.

The fish cluster in Primorye, which took about nine months to build, has now been submitted by the developers for peer review. 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.

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