The Russian Fishery Company (RFC) has moved its main office from Moscow to Vladivostok in order to better serve its businesses, which are consolidated in the Far East.

The time difference between Moscow and Vladivostok had previously "complicated" processes, and the change will allow for better efficiency, RFC CEO Fedor Kirsanov said.

RFC is implementing a set of measures aimed at "increasing operational efficiency" and "centralizing business processes," which included opening a modern crewing center in Primorye.

An automatic fleet management center will be launched in the future.