Tymlatskij Rybokombinat Co., Ltd.
Tymlatskij Rybokombinat Co., Ltd. (Russian for Tymlat Fish Processing Plant) was created in 1999 on the Bering Sea coast in the northeastern part of the Kamchatka Peninsula, in the Tymlat River basin. The company is the largest salmon producer in Kamchatka. In 2019, the Tymlatskij Rybokombinat Co., Ltd. became the leader in salmon production in Russia, catching a record amount of fish for Russia - more than 68,000 tons. The plant also specializes in the cathing and processing of bottom-dwelling (cod, halibut) and oceanic fish species.
Main fishing items
Salmon (char, pink salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, sockeye salmon), pollock, and cod.
The fleet of Tymlatskij Rybokombinat Co., Ltd. includes longline Verasper and Muravyov-Amursky fishing vessels, 19 small fishing seiners, and 8 auxiliary boats.
Onshore production facilities
Today, the onshore production complex of Tymlatskij Rybokombinat Co., Ltd. consists of 3 modern fish processing and 3 fat and fishmeal (fish flour) plants, as well as refrigerators, various auxiliary equipment and machinery. The production capacity of the enterprise for the production of finished products reaches 1000 tons per day of various fish products.