Enter the email address associated with your account. We’ll send you instructions to reset your password. Enter the email address associated with your account. We’ll send you instructions to reset your password. Russian Fishery Company (RFC) is set to apply for “investment quotas” for two more factory trawlers, as it plans to spend $615 million on six vessels and a plant in its home country. On Wednesday, RFC announced it and the country’s fisheries agency has recently signed the agreements on the company’s investment quota allocation. RFC will receive an additional 170,000 metric tons of pollock and herring quota once the six trawlers and on-shore fish processing factory are commissioned. A seventh trawler, which will be the first built, will be constructed outside Russia.  “We are planning to apply for an investment quota for two more large-capacity trawler-processors, for which the company has an option, once the Federal Agency for Fishery announce the second action for rest of the Far East “investment quota” allocation,” said Andrey Teterkin, CEO of RFC. The vessels are designed for more than 50,000t of annual catch and producing pin-bone out fillets and surimi....