NOREBO is the largest fisheries holding in Russia. Norebo includes 13 fishing companies; own fleet of 40 trawlers; a coastal fish processing factory, a distribution centre in Klin and a cargo terminal in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky; trading companies in Russia and Europe. The products are sold under such brand names as Ocean Spirit, Glacialis and Borealis.
Russian Fishery Company has acquired leading positions in pollock production not only in Russia, but around the world over the seven years of its rapid development. Since 2018, RFC has been implementing an investment programme valued at more than RUB 50 billion. The programme will result in the company’s fishing fleet being replenished with 7 modern factory trawlers and the construction of 2 fish processing plants. The company’s participation in the state investment quota programme will increase pollock production by 150,000–200,000 tonnes per year and enable RFC to become one of the world leaders in this segment.
Joint stock company Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank) is one of the leading Russian banks, established in 2000 to facilitate the development of the national credit and financial system for agribusiness and rural areas. Today the Bank is the leader in domestic agribusiness financing and a universal commercial bank offering a full range of banking service. Every third loan outstanding to agribusiness is issued by RusAg.
RusAg is involved in a number of key government programmes for the development of the national economy (the State programme for agribusiness development through 2020 that stipulates soft lending for agribusiness, soft lending support programme for SMEs, etc.). As a leader in mortgage lending, the Bank also supports the retail sector.
RusAg is one of the most reliable Russian banks. It ranks among top national banking sector players by capital and assets size. With 66 branches, its regional network is the second largest in Russia. RusAg operates representative offices in Belarus, Kazakhstan and China.
100% of the Bank’s voting shares are owned by the Russian Federation represented by the Federal Agency for State Property Management.
The United Shipbuilding Corporation is Russia’s biggest shipbuilder. The holding company consists of some 40 design and construction bureaux and specialized R&D centres, shipyards, and ship repair and machine-building factories that serve as the base for consolidating the bulk of Russia’s shipbuilding capacity. USC subsidiaries are active at all major port and transport hubs of the Russian Federation.
Besides fulfilling government defence orders for the Russian Navy and export contracts under military and technical cooperation arrangements, the corporation supplies Russian companies with icebreakers, transport, research, rescue and auxiliary vessels, and offshore development equipment. USC contributes to the growth of Russia’s fisheries by designing and building fishing and seafood harvesting vessels.
USC are professional shipbuilders with unique expertise in successfully meeting the needs of one of the world’s mightiest fleets.
FOR Group is an umbrella brand for a number of leading fishing companies in Russia’s North West.
FOR’s fleet consists of 11 large- and four medium-tonnage trawlers operating in the North-West Atlantic and the Norway, Greenland and Barents seas.
With more than 170,000 tonnes annually, FOR is a leader among its Russian peers in terms of pelagic fish catch in the North Atlantic.
The company focuses on fishing blue whiting, mackerel, herring, and grouper in the Atlantic Ocean; and capelin, cod and haddock in the Barents Sea.
60% of its output is sold domestically in Russia, while another 40% is exported to Europe and further afield to Japan, China and Africa.
Santa Bremor is one of the largest food producers in Eastern Europe. The company’s portfolio includes more than 20 trademarks, the most famous brands are Santa Bremor, Russian Sea, Matjes.
Production is provided by six production sites located in Belarus and Russia. Over 1,000 products are produced in 13 categories: herring, red fish, natural caviar, capelin caviar in sauce, spreads, seafood, surimi, canned food, salads, seaweed, semi-finished products, ice cream, water, and drinks.
The products of the company are represented in 37 countries in the world.
F.E.S.T. Group consists of JSC Strelets, JSC Taurus and JSC Eridan promoting their products under Eurofish and Fish Menu brands.
Its vessels conduct active fishing in Barents Sea, Norwegian Sea, off shores of Spitsbergen island, Jan Mayen island, at the bank Reikjanеs, off shores of Eastern Greenland, Faroe Islands, Morocco, Mauritania and in international waters of the Atlantic ocean.
Annual catch of the fleet is about 150 thousand tons of which over 120 thousand tons of different fish products are produced.
Large-capacity vessels – 4
Medium-capacity vessels – 3
Established in 1904, TASS is Russia’s state-run news agency.
TASS offers its subscribers a wide range of news services in both Russian and English. The news agency generates more than 1,500 news items and 500 photographs a day, thus producing an integral and unbiased picture of events from around the globe. TASS Photo Archive contains two million photographs and its database has more than 10 million documents.
TASS’ special projects and infographics have repeatedly earned national and international awards.
The news agency’s press-centers operate in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and Pyatigorsk. Every year, TASS holds more than 1,000 various events on its own platforms and within the framework of major forums in Russia and around the globe.
TASS is a member of international and regional mass media organizations and maintains partnerships with more than 100 news agencies throughout the world.
TASS’ 1,800 employees in Russia and abroad keep the agency going in real time.
The publishing house “Komsomolskaya Pravda” is the largest Russian media holding. It consists of the daily and weekly newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda”, the magazine “TV Program” and the weekly newspaper “Express-gazeta”. Group’s portfolio also includes: websites KP.RU, eg.ru, teleprogramma.pro, radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” with the Federal broadcasting as well as printing locations in the largest cities of the Russian Federation.
The newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda” is distributed in more than 450 cities in 85 regions of Russia. “KP” digests come out in 11 CIS countries and in 37 countries around the world – from Australia to Canada.
Website KP.RU is included in the first Russian “The Three” in terms of coverage in a “media and news” category. Every day more than 2 000 000 people visit the website KP.RU
Radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” is broadcasting in 57 cities of Russia. Twice the winner of the “The best news radio station” Radio Station Awards (2014, 2015) and the Radio Station Awards (2016) winner in the “The best business radio station” nomination.
Launched in 1997, EUROFISH Magazine has become Europe’s most respected and widely distributed fisheries magazine.
EUROFISH Magazine provides comprehensive coverage of the trade, processing, and aquaculture sectors. Each of the issues features news, country reports, in-depth market analysis, technology and equipment reviews, and species profiles.
EUROFISH Magazine is the only regular English language provider of information on fisheries and aquaculture in Central and Eastern Europe.
As the world’s leading seafood news and information provider, IntraFish Media has inspired excellence in the seafood industry for more than 20 years. IntraFish’s offices are located in Seattle, New York, Puerto Varas, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Berlin, London, Cape Town, and several cities throughout Norway. In addition to the powerful seafood news platforms Intrafish.com, Intrafish.no and Fiskeribladet.no, IntraFish offers podcasts and in-depth Industry Reports, and hosts its own events: Seafood Investor Forums in London, Reykjavik and New York, and Leadership Luncheons during SENA Boston, SEG Brussels and Aqua Nor/Nor-Fishing, Trondheim.
Interfax is the leading information group in the CIS and the recognized leader in the B2B segment of Russia’s information market.
Interfax dates back to 1989, the founding of the Interfax News Agency, which became the country’s first nongovernmental outlet for up-to-the-minute political and economic news.
Interfax is the most frequently cited source for information on Russia and the CIS in the world media and the most popular newswire service on the Russian financial market.
Interfax develops professional information solutions that help companies operate in the financial and commodity markets, enabling them to make investment decisions, manage risk, organize external communications and fulfill regulatory requirements.
Interfax’s best-known IT services include SPARK (counterparty risk management), SCAN (media analysis and monitoring), ASTRA (analytical solution for compliance with Russian law on transfer pricing), X-Compliance (Know Your Customer solution to comply with anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing legislation), SPARK-Marketing (analysis of commodity markets), Regulatory news disclosure center (e-DISCLOSURE.RU), RU DATA (reference data and analytics).
Interfax develops partnerships with the leading world brands.
Working with Sberbank of Russia and Experian, Interfax created the United Credit Bureau, Russia’s market leader for consumer credit information. Interfax’s joint venture with Dun & Bradstreet, another international information market leader, provides business information.
Glossy magazine put out by the Federal Agency for Fishery. Distributed by paid subscription at such major industry exhibitions as ProdExpo, WorldFood, Agroprodmash, and Golden Autumn as well as luxury railcars of Russian Railways.
The magazine has a circulation of 10,000 copies, is 152 pages long, and is published 6 times a year. The main sections of the magazine are ‘Fish Breeders’, ‘Consumers’, ‘Aquaculture’, ‘Fish Protection’, and ‘Lifestyle’.
Cross-cutting themes covered in the magazine’s issues include the reform of the Russian fishing industry, the provision of investment quotas, innovations in aquaculture, combatting poaching, advice to consumers, how to choose the right fish at stores, novelties of the amateur and sport fishing market, interviews with amateur fishing stars, and culinary recipes.
The editorial team’s strategic objectives are to make the fishing industry appealing in terms of investment and promote Russian fish as a tasty and healthy food.
IAA PortNews is the leading and most popular Russian media resource providing sea and river transport news, as well as a tool of interaction between businesses, government and the media. Every day, around 8,000 readers visit the Russian and English pages of the media agency’s web portal.
According to Google Analytics, the website is popular among the industry professionals worldwide, with the exception of a Norwegian archipelago Svalbard and several countries in central Africa, where we do not have our readers as yet.
15, Okruzhnoy proezd, Moscow, 105187
Maritime News of Russia – federal newspaper of the water transport.
The mail focus of the newspaper – prompt reflection of the sea and river transport in all its aspects – from the basics to the legal issues of international shipping related to sea and river transport.
The newspaper “Maritime News of Russia” is published under the aegis of the Marine Board under the Government of the Russian Federation and under the support of the Federal Agency of Sea and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot) of the Ministry of Transport. The newspaper is issued with 9 000 copies, volume up to 28 broadsides, A3 format.
The magazine is issued 1-2 times a month and is distributed by subscription and is available at the major transport exhibitions and forums.
Russia, 197022, St. Petersburg, Ul. Professor Popov d.23, lit. В, office 108
Tel. / Fax: +7 (812) 602-05-06
Information and analytical magazine providing comprehensive information about the state and development of the marine industry in Russia, with reference to all related segments, including legislation, shipbuilding, navigation, provisions for the fleet, transportation and logistics, safety and environmental issues, as well as science and education, water touring and many more. The magazine has been published in Russian and English languages since 2004, under the auspices of the Marine Board of the Russian Federation.
Circulation of 5000 copies, volume of 80–100 pages, full color, 4 editions a year.
Sudostroenie.info is one of the biggest Russian-language media sites about Russian and world shipbuilding. The site was founded in 2014.
We deliver fresh news, market analysis, photos from events and interviews to our readers on daily basis. The information is selected and published according to the readers’ choice and modern media trends.
There is also a catalog with an industry companies’ information on the web site, up to date job opportunities and tenders. Sudostroenie.info is extensively presented in social media.
Information and publishing company Morskoy Peterburg was established in 2007.
The company specializes in the publication of wall and electronic maps, reference guides, and a magazine and also organizes conferences, roundtables, and seminars on shipbuilding and transport logistics. The company carries out analytical research based on orders from clients and makes calendars, leaflets, brochures, and booklets.
Main events and products:
– Annual conferences: ‘Prospects for the Development of the Big Port of St. Petersburg’ and ‘Russian Shipbuilding’.э
– The quarterly information and analytical magazine Vesti Maritime Petersburg
– The annual reference guides Shipbuilding of Russia and Ports and Terminals of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
– Specialized maps for transport logistics and shipbuilding
Morskoy Peterburg +7 (812) 230-94-53 (57)
198035, Russia, St.Petersburg, Gapsalskaya street, 5, room 713 / +7(812)458-44-52, www.korabel.ru
Professional magazine and media site Korabel.ru covers the events in the sector of shipping, shipbuilding and all the connected aspects: from maritime business to ocean and shelf development. The audience of portal Korabel.ru is wide: shipbuilders, shipowners, workers of educational organizations, port workers, manufacturers of marine equipment and people who are interested in maritime matters.
Korabel.ru was launched in 2002. Four times a year it puts out a full-colour 100 pages long journal. Every month the web-site is visited by more than 15 000 people.
2017 became the year of explosive growth for the digital platforms of the TV channel 360.
Naturally, the audience of www.360tv.ru has increased repeatedly. The number of readers of the site amounted to 6.7 million users for the past month. It is three times more than a year earlier. In March 2018, the audience 360 has made 16 million views.
According to the service of editorial analytics “Mediator” www.360tv.ru is one of the three most readable federal news resources. In October 2017, website 360 was recognized as the most audience-engaging news media. In 2017, 360 became and remains the most quoted media in the Moscow region.
During the year, the number of subscribers 360 in Facebook, Vkontakte, Instagram and Odnoklassniki increased 6 times – from 184 thousand followers up to 1.2 million.
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Pesceinrete is a young and dynamic online newspaper. Since 2014, it has been a source of information for the fishing and aquaculture sector.
It makes use of the collaboration of experts and professionals and enables the communication between public and private, national and international institutions.
Pesceinrete is the only source of daily information on fishing and aquaculture in Italy.