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Okskaya Shipyard launched the second crab processor of the Russian Crab Company Group

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Monday, February 12, 2024, 01:00 (GMT + 9)

The Okskaya Shipyard JSC (Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod Region) launched the crab-processor “Captain Dudnik”, which is being built as part of the investment quota program for the Russian Crab Company Group. This is the second Project 5712P vessel in a series of three vessels ordered by the shipyard.

Source: Okskaya Shipyard

The crab processor is designed for catching crab and processing it into finished products at a ship factory. Project 5712 vessels are designed to operate in difficult hydrometeorological conditions of the Bering, Okhotsk and Japan seas. Modern crab catchers are distinguished by improved seaworthiness, doubled capacity for catching and processing catch, automation and digital control of technological processes, a new level of safety and comfort for the crew, and higher environmental friendliness.

Source: Okskaya Shipyard

Russian Crab Company Group is one of the leading crab fishing companies in Russia. The company's operating fleet today consists of 39 vessels. In 2024, the group owns the rights to extract 18.2 thousand tons of crab in the Far Eastern fishery basin. Since 2020, following the results of the first stage of investment auctions, the company has been implementing a large-scale program for the construction of 10 crab fishing vessels: seven of them are designed for catching and transporting live crab (5712LS), another three are crab processor processors (5712P). Based on the results of the second stage auctions held in 2023, the company will build 6 more crab fishing vessels by 2028.

Source: Federal Agency for Fisheries Rosrybolovstvo  (Trasnslated from the original in Russian)

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