An investment agreement was signed on the implementation of an innovative project for the production of protein hydrolysate by an enzyme method
On March 22-23, 2017 in Murmansk the International Conference "Fishery in the Arctic: modern challenges, international practices, prospects".
Within the framework of the conference, an investment agreement was signed on the implementation of an innovative project for the production of protein hydrolysate by the enzyme method, it was signed between the Minister for Development of Industry and Entrepreneurship of the Murmansk Region O.A Kuznetsova and the head of Biomarin LLC Yu.B. Ripak.
In 2016, this investment project was recognized as the winner of the competition "Regions - Sustainable Development” where it was highly evaluated by financial experts, analysts and industry experts.
According to the Director General of Murmansk Region Development Corporation JSC A.G. Baryshkin, the Corporation accompanied this project at all stages of preparation due to its importance for the region. In addition, the Head of Murmansk Region Development Corporation stressed that the implementation of this project is in line with the policy of import substitution carried out by the Government of the Russian Federation.
After the signing of the investment agreement, the Minister for Development of Industry and Entrepreneurship of the Murmansk Region O.A Kuznetsova expressed her hope that this event will become a powerful argument for the regional entrepreneurs to actively participate in the competition "Regions - Sustainable Development", and endeavour to obtain the necessary financial resources for implementing the most daring ideas.
The signing of the investment agreement was attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the competition "Regions - Sustainable Development" T.V. Popravkina who wished the Head of Biomarin LLC successful implementation of the project, and wished Murmansk Region Development Corporation to become the leading regional organization to attract investments to the region.