EU-approved Russian processor planning further boost of sales onto overseas market
Pskov-based INTRAFLEX Company has launched a new production complex including a live fish unit, a facility equipped with filleting lines as well as lines for production of convenience products and packing, a salting unit and a caviar/roe production unit. INTRAFLEX says its facilities are furnished with equipment made by leading foreign producers and the production process is carried out in compliance with strict hygiene standards.
Established in 1997 the company has been continuously improving and expanding. In 1999 it got listed in the EU Register under the number of 52K. During its 10-year existence the company has succeeded on the markets of Russia and Western Europe.
The company owns a production facility in Norway which enables it to control supplies of chilled and frozen Atlantic salmon and trout to satisfy its own needs in raw fish and for direct sale on the Russian market.
The firm's representatives in the South Fisheries Basin of Russia (Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Sea of Azov) select the best Pacific mullet from the Sea of Azov for further processing.
Production engineers of INTRAFLEX have been working in close cooperation with the engineers of the fishing companies of Murmansk and Russian Far East.
Own truck fleet and cold stores in Moscow and Pskov enable the company to serve its customers in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and in the European part of Russia.
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