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The Russian Fishery Company (RFC) products attracted the attention of the Chinese fishery exhibition participants
Viktor Litvinenko Appointed Head of Russian Fishery Company (RFC)
The Russian Fishery Company will present deep processed products from wild white fish to Chinese partners
The first two super trawlers of the Russian Fishery Company are given names
Metal cutting has begun for the third RFC super trawler at the Admiralty Shipyards
RFC signed an agreement with Sberbank on financing a coastal plant construction
Crews for new supertraulers of the Russian Fishery Company will be prepared in conjunction with Maritime State University
Russian Fishery Company signed an agreement with the Rosrybolovstvo on securing quotas for the construction of trawlers and a coastal plant
RFC commissioned a fish processing plant in Murmansk
Russian Fishery Company will build a second fish processing plant in Murmansk together with the Agama Group
Russian Fishery Company expands retail sales
The volume of quotas for the Russian Fishery Company under the state investment quota program was determined according to the results of the auction
Russian Fishery Company representatives took part in the return of seals to their habitat
Russian Fishery Company to focus Pacific Herring sales towards Africa
The acting governor of the Murmansk region took part in the solemn ceremony of the main equipment installation at the fish processing plant "Russian cod"
The applications of the Russian Fishery Company for the construction of vessels and onshore plant under the state investment quota program approved
Products under the "Russian Fishery Company" retail brand went on sale
Russian Fishery Company supports the Marine Mammals Rehabilitation Center construction
Construction of the second super-trawler for the “Russian Fishery Company” started at Admiralty Shipyards
"Russian Fishery Company" simplifies the employment procedure for the crew
Russian Fishery Company announced the retail sales of premium Alaska Pollock products
The governor of Primorsky Krai visited the construction site of the RFС fish processing plant in Primorye
Construction of the first in thirty years large fishing vessel in Russia started for the “Russian Fishery Company”
Russian Fishery Company is ready to start construction of a fish processing plant at Far East of Russia.
Russian Fishery Company appointed new CCO to enhance its product portfolio and develop new markets
Russian Fishery Company contributed to the renewal of the ambulance fleet in Primorye
Russian Fishery Company launches the production of a new product under its own brand
Russian Fishery Company launches the production of premium Alaska Pollock products in cooperation with the Agama Group
Russian Fishery Company and Rosneft-Bunker signed a long-term contract for the supply of fuel
Russian Fishery Company plans to increase the capacity of the fish-processing factory “Russian Pollock” at Far East
Russian Fishery Company and Rosrybolovstvo signed an agreement on securing a share of quota for the construction of new factory for processing cod and haddock
Fedor Kirsanov appointed as RFC CEO
"PrimCrab" and "Nautic Rus" signed an agreement for crabber design project
Russian Fishery Company will construct new factory for processing cod and haddock in Murmansk
New fleet and coastal factory will allow the Russian Fishery Company to process up to 100% of the catch into high value-added products
New fish processing factory “Russian Pollock” will be constructed at Far East by Russian Fishery Company
New fish processing factory “Russian Pollock” will be constructed at Far East
The global sustainable seafood initiative welcomes russian fishery company to its global partnership
Gleb Frank will become the controlling shareholder of the Russian Fishery Company
Russian Fishery Company to increase pollock FAS fillet produc
"Russian Fishery Company" increases production of the high value added products
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Russian Fishery Company representatives took part in the return of seals to their habitat


Four seals that have undergone rehabilitation at the “Seal” Center have been returned to their natural habitat. Representatives of the Russian Fishery Company, with the support of which the construction of a new complex of the “Seal” Center is currently underway, helped the specialists of the rehabilitation center to release the seals.

“For me, this is a new and very exciting experience,” shared the RFC CEO Fedor Kirsanov. - The opportunity to be directly involved in helping marine animals for the RFC, as for a company engaged in fishing at sea, is a special mission. The company is aimed not only at efficient, but also at safe, including for marine mammals, fishing. We are ready for additional efforts aimed at the conservation of marine biodiversity. We see that the Center’s specialists work brings its results, and we hope that with the support of the RFC the Center will become even more effective.”

“The seals arrived to us from different districts of Primorye,” commented Laura Beloivan, head of the “Seal” Center. “None of them could survive without our help. Today's event is a clear confirmation that the region needs a rehabilitation center for marine mammals. And the fact that the Russian Fishery Company helps us to reach a new level of assistance to the affected animals is difficult to overestimate. ”

Currently, the construction of new center facilities is being completed with financial support from the RFC. Next season it will accept animals for rehabilitation.

The new complex provides infrastructure for both seals (feed and storage facilities, quarantine premises, pools with adjoining equipped territory), and for employees of the center (volunteer house with the lecture hall).


The Rehabilitation Center “Seal” is the first Russian rehab specializing in working with marine mammals. Since 2007, Seal experts have been successfully implementing the world standard program for the rehabilitation and reintroduction of the pinnipeds. It exists solely at the expense of the personal funds of the founders and voluntary donations. The leaders of the center are certified seal-handlers, specialists in seals rehabilitation and returning them to their natural habitat, trained in similar centers in Ireland, the Netherlands and the USA. In 2019, volunteers of the Center were trained on Sakhalin, where they learned how to provide assistance to marine animals affected by nets.