The company’s net profit increased by 42 percent, from 2.291 to 3.258 billion rubles, while revenues increased from 3.212 to 8.798 billion rubles.
“Russian Aquaculture was successful in achieving its objectives in 2019. Thanks to the systematic implementation of our strategy, we managed to attain a high degree of financial and operational sustainability. We were able to make major investments which were almost completely funded by operating cash flow,” said CEO, Ilya Sosnov.
The Health and Welfare of Atlantic Salmon course
It is vital that fish farm operatives who are responsible for farmed fish are trained in their health and
welfare. This will help to ensure that fish are free from disease and suffering whilst at the same time
promote good productivity and comply with legislation.
“At this point in time it is early to say how the current crisis will affect our business. We have taken all necessary measures and continue to operate as usual, ensuring the continuity of production processes and product deliveries to our customers. At the same time, we continue to monitor the situation and are ready to adapt if necessary. Our priorities today, as always, are the safety of our employees, consumers and contractors, as well as ensuring business continuity while minimising operational and financial risks.”