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10 March 2012

Alaska Pollock catches at North Kurils increased

Portion of good news from Russian fisheries in Kurils area.

From the beginning of 2012 Russian fisheries have caught more than 26 thousand metric tons of Alaska pollock. This is 6 times higher compared to same period last year.
According to the Kamchatka-PFRC’s press release, largest volumes of Alaska Pollock were caught in North Okhotsk subarea (63.2 percent of the total).
For two months of this year the Russian fisheries have already caught about 32.8 thousand metric tons of Alaska pollock in the Western Kamchatka area, which exceeds last year results by almost 5.5 thousand metric tons.
And, finally, fisheries in the North-Kuril have also shown fine results: 26 thousand metric tons of Alaska pollock in two months, compared to only 4.3 thousand metric tons in 2011.
For me all that means just one simple fact: Superocean will be able to provide for stable deliveries of seafood from the Russian fisheries to our present and future partners.


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