The construction of the fishing fleet opens up new opportunities for the industry
September 22nd, 2022
FSA President Alexei Osintsev at the round table on shipbuilding presented materials and data confirming that the new vessels ensure an increase in efficiency in all key parameters in terms of raw materials.
The advantages of the new vessels are safety of navigation, waste-free processing, automated low-temperature storage systems, fresh catches for further processing on board or delivery, comfortable working and living conditions for crews.
Calculations also confirm the increase in the specific power-to-weight ratio of new ships by 1.5 times. If we compare the parameters of production on board a large vessel, then the added value in the extraction and processing of a ton of catch is 25% higher on a new vessel due to the provision of deep processing.
The projects of new vessels provide for an increased level of automation and digitalization in all processes of extraction, production, freezing and packaging of products. On large vessels, catches are weighed and objective video monitoring of their passage to the factory is provided.
The useful use of freezing and storage capacities is also higher, since not uncut or decapitated gutted fish passes through these capacities, but semi-finished products - fillet, minced meat, surimi.
The technologies of energy conservation, ensuring environmental requirements for sulfur and CO2 emissions are applied as widely as possible in all processes. The new fleet will ensure high ESG standards through zero waste production and a reduction in specific CO2 emissions per unit of processed raw materials. These characteristics of the new fleet will ensure the fishing and marketing of products in the event of increased international environmental restrictions.
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