Fish and fishery products processing plant
- Category: Engineering
- Phase: Technical
- Client: Fish Farm AD / Ribenata Ferma AD
- Location: Town of Samokov
The project provides the construction of a fish processing plant (trout) on land, owned by “Ribenata Ferma” AD, located in “Lukovitsa”, a land of the town of Samokov. The technological design and its associated design parts have been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the European and national legislation in compliance with the software-led Quality Management and Control Point Indicative Framework. The implementation of the project provides its phased construction, as the individual stages are separated in a way that allows operational autonomy and operational independence of the first and following stages. The technology project involves the construction of three production lines – for processing fractions from 280 to 480 grams; for processing the fractions 320g. – 390g. for filleting and processing fraction 0.9 – 2.5 kg. The project plans the implementation of the first stage, including the construction of the premises and the commissioning of the first production line for the production of chilled fish in the range 280 – 600 g., served by 12 new working places, including the acceptance process, fish processing through closed vacuum cycle technology and automatic removal of animal by-products, a container for the storage of ABP, packing in iceboxes and an expedition to end user. The project also provides the introduction of an environmental management system, complying with ISO14001: 2015 and the construction of local facilities for 100% collection of industrial and dangerous waste, eliminating the source of pollution at the point of its origin, significantly increasing the ecological factor of the whole process. The development is based on innovative technological solutions, with the possibility of expanding the range and guaranteed sustainability of the investment, with a flexible production program that guarantees the plant’s performance at its full capacity.