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Dobroflot has expanded the salmon delivery program by the Northern Sea Route
Dobroflot Company has expanded the program for the delivery of fresh red fish by the Northern Sea Route. This year, two refrigeration vessels Symphony and Harmony will bring salmon to the central part of Russia. The carrier has been using the alternative route for five years.
According to the company, the vessels have a reinforced ice hull, which allows them to operate successfully in the conditions of a severe Arctic ocean. "Symphony" has already overcome 12 days of travel and eight thousand kilometers from the fishing area in the Bering Sea to Arkhangelsk. On board are three thousand tons of sockeye salmon, pink salmon and chum salmon. Refrigerator "Harmony" is now on its way to the port.
The Northern Sea Route is the shortest of those that connect the Far East and the European part of Russia. Its use allows to reduce transportation costs by 20% and transportation time.
“Thanks to the delivery of fish by the Northern Sea Route, we reduce transport and logistics costs and transportation times, which means we maintain product quality and attractive prices for consumers,” explained Alexander Efremov, managing director of the Dobroflot group of companies.