Russian pollock plant equipment commissioning started
At the Russian Pollock factory, that the Russian Fishery Company (RFC) is building in Primorsky Territory, equipment commissioning has begun. Commissioning of the plant is scheduled for September 1 of this year.
Leputy head of the Russian Fisheries P. Savchuk, Governor of the Primorsky Territory O. Kozhemyako, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Russian Fishery Company G. Frank, heads of RFC and Russian Pollock LLC, representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Far East Development Corporation JSC, as well as Sberbank, a financial partner of RFC attended by the ceremony.
The Russian Pollock factory is the largest fish processing enterprise in Primorsky Territory today. Its construction is carried out using the mechanisms of the investment quota program, which allowed RFC and other companies of the industry to implement large-scale investment projects to upgrade the fleet and construct coastal capacities.
“Large-scale construction is possible exclusively due to investment quota program. I am confident that investment construction is today the most effective and only possible way for our fishing industry to become a driver for the development of coastal regions and individual industries,” said Gleb Frank, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RFC. - The Russian Mintai Plant is a small part of the large-scale investment program of the Russian Fishery Company, the total amount of which is more than 100 billion rubles, and this is about half the cost of all investments in the fishing industry of the Russian Federation. The main investments of the company are aimed at building a modern and efficient fishing fleet. ”
Equipment from leading world manufacturers installed at the plant will allow producing up to 155 tons of finished products per day, mainly block and piece frozen Pollock fillets, as well as mince and steaks. At least 20 tons of fish oil and flour per day will be produced from the main production waste.
“Already in September, the plant will begin to produce products for consumers, both abroad and in our country. First of all, for residents of the Primorsky Territory,” said Mikhail Degtyarenko, Director General of Russian Pollock LLC. - I am sure that it will be not only qualitative in all respects, but also accessible to all segments of the population. Our task is to make Pollock fillet a truly national product. ”
“For the Russian Fishery Company, it is important to contribute to the development of the native land,” said Viktor Litvinenko, Director General of the RFC. “The new plant is not only new capacities, it is additional tax deductions and new, high-quality jobs for residents of Primorye.”
With the commissioning of the plant already this year, 130-150 jobs will be created, and with the launch of the enterprise in two-shift work, about 350 will be created.
Over the first 10 years of operation, it is expected that over 7 billion rubles will go to the budgets of all levels and extra-budgetary funds from the enterprise.