«Fishery Cooperative INYA»
«Fishery Cooperative INYA» was founded in 1999. Currently it is one of the largest fishing enterprises in the Khabarovsk Territory. Its main activities are: industrial and coastal fishing, sea transportation of goods, full fish processing, wholesale and retail trade of fish products. The enterprise is engaged in the production of roe herring, salmon and other coastal and marine fish species, which are processed onshore in the NovoeUstye settlement, Okhotsk region. The enterprise is equipped with modern technological equipment of large production capacities. From 2008 to 2018, the company has completely modernized its production line by installing the equipment of Japan, Canada, and South Korea. Powerful technical equipment allows the company to maintain extremely high productivity. Annually INYA catches and processes more than 8000 tons of fish and seafood products. Enterprise goods are subject to strict quality control at all stages of production. Monitoring begins with the catch of raw fish, its quick processing, transportation and ends with verification of finished products of full processing. «Fishery Cooperative INYA» is certified to international HACCP standards as well as has licenses for transport activities, a registered trademark and an approval number for manufactured products. It also has a factory label that allows to deliver products to China, Japan and South Korea.
- “Novo-Ustye Fish Processing Complex”, NovoeUstye settlement, Okhotsk region, Khabarovsk Territory;
- LLC “Okhotsk Fishing Company”, Magadan.
- Fish Processing Complex, Khabarovsk.
Novo-Ustye Fish Processing Complex
The fish processing complex in the NovoeUstyesettlement processes fish caught in the pollution-free region of the Sea of Okhotsk in the north of the Khabarovsk Territory. The complex includes: a fish processing plant, refrigeration facilities with a total capacity of 6,000 tons, a crab plant, as well as an administrative and household complex and numerous auxiliary rooms. The plant is equipped with modern equipment that ensures high production rates. Currently the fish processing complex outputs about 350 tons of finished fish products per day. The plant has three automated lines for the continuous processing of salmon, as well as 14 machines for herring sex sorting.