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26 February 2012

Russian fisheries require technological facelift

What's necessary for successful development of Russian fishing industry

“Today in Russia there is no modern high-tech industry to meet modern standards of processing and catching, delivery and storage of fish and fish products,” this is how German Zverev, president of the Pollack Catching Association and Chairman of the Far-Eastern Fishery Associations Coordinating Council originally began his speech at the All-Russian Fisheries Congress.
Among the key factors for successful industrialization and development of the Russian fishing industry German Zverev called import of various technologies and equipment from other countries, which would allow Russian fisheries to operate efficiently. He believes, and his opinion this can hardly be denied, that today it is more beneficial to buy up-to-date technologies and equipment abroad.
Among other things, and it’s important, he proposed introducing more favorable terms for importing of the fishing boats built abroad into Russia.
As I learned, this program (if realized) can remain in force till 2017, so now it’s a high time for foreign ship-building companies to start expecting orders from Russia.

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