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Two large fish processing plants will start operating in Primorye in 2020 year - EastRussia | Far East

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Two large fish processing plants will start operating in Primorye in 2020

In Primorye, in 2020, two fish processing plants will start operating. An enterprise in the Bolshoy Kamen will process more than 30 thousand tons of fish per year, and in the NORADINSKAYA plant, the plant will be able to process more than 25 thousand tons of pollock. Their discovery will create more than two thousand new jobs in the region.

Enterprises are building within the framework of investment quotas. According to the press service of the regional administration, all work is proceeding on schedule, production is planned to be launched at the plants in time - in 2020.

Investors invest money in the construction of the fleet within the framework of investment quotas for fish production. Vice Prime Minister - Presidential Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev at a meeting in Vladivostok noted that part of these finances should remain at the enterprises of the Far East. However, in order for investors to order ships, the Far Eastern shipyards must be competitive. The federal authorities have already provided money for the modernization of the Khabarovsk and Amur plants, but this is not enough, therefore, the relevant departments will develop a special plan for updating other shipyards.