In­vest­ments, Tech­nolo­gies, Co­op­er­a­tion

At the Tu­dakul reser­voir in the Kyzyl­tepa district of Navoi re­gion, the joint ven­ture AquaTu­dakul has built an in­cu­ba­tion shop for the cul­ti­va­tion of fish fry on the ba­sis of Viet­namese tech­nol­ogy.

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The joint ven­ture, cre­ated by the Uzbek com­pany Shams-Navoiy from Navoi and the Amer­i­can CASEF, plays an im­por­tant role in the de­vel­op­ment of fish farm­ing in the re­gion. Cur­rently, the com­pany is work­ing on the adap­ta­tion of the ex­ist­ing build­ing for the pro­cess­ing of 1,000 tons of fish per year.

The joint ven­ture is com­plet­ing the con­struc­tion of a ware­house with a 250-ton re­frig­er­a­tor, in­stalling a tech­no­log­i­cal line brought from abroad. There are work­shops for the pro­duc­tion of 400 tons of fish fil­lets, 350 tons of semi-fin­ished prod­ucts, as well as fish cut­lets. The com­pany’s prod­ucts are ex­ported mainly to Turkey, Rus­sia and Ukraine. The most im­por­tant thing is that 100 peo­ple are em­ployed.

“Joint work with Rus­sian, Chi­nese and Viet­namese spe­cial­ists is there to boost pro­duc­tiv­ity,” says di­rec­tor gen­eral Sh. Jamolov. “Also, with the pur­pose of study­ing ad­vanced and more ef­fi­cient tech­nolo­gies, our spe­cial­ists have been en­rich­ing their ex­pe­ri­ence abroad. Due to the mea­sures taken, the catch and har­vest­ing of fish has grown two-fold.”

In the cur­rent year, it is planned to pro­duce 20-22 mil­lion young fish in the hatch­ery shops of the en­ter­prise, and 20 mil­lion fin­ger­lings nat­u­rally in 40 closed­type pools.

“At the Tu­dakul reser­voir we have been co­op­er­at­ing with the joint ven­ture since 2002,” says Ofer Berzak, man­ager of the Is­raeli com­pany Ga­lidi. “In the fu­ture we are go­ing to im­ple­ment a num­ber of projects on fish farm­ing in Ai­darkul. And cru­cially, fish pro­cess­ing and con­ser­va­tion are car­ried out right here, on the spot. This in­di­cates that fish farm­ing in the Navoi re­gion rises to a new level.”

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