VEB Fischfang Saßnitz

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The VEB Fischfang Saßnitz was a state-owned enterprise (VEB) in the city of Sassnitz on Rügen . From 1979 he was structurally involved in the VEB Fischkombinat Rostock .


The former Sassnitz fishing cutter SAS 320 or star shark (since 2014 Sea-Eye )

On January 1, 1949, VEB Ostseefischerei Mecklenburg, based in Saßnitz, was founded. February 7, 1949, when the company took over its first twelve 17-meter fishing trawls , is the symbolic founding date . On January 1, 1952, the company was renamed VEB Fischkombinat Saßnitz. The VEB operated deep sea and coastal fishing . With 66,149 tons , the company achieved its historically highest catch in 1975. On January 1, 1979, the state-owned company was renamed and restructured again and the Saßnitz fish combine became Saßnitz fish catching within the Rostock fish combine. In 1985, 27 fishing cooperatives were integrated into the business. After the political change in the GDR , the VEB Fischfang Saßnitz was converted into the Saßnitzer Fang-, Verarbeitungs- und Hafenbetriebsgesellschaft mbH on July 1, 1990 with 1594 employees, 450 of whom were seafaring personnel.

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Individual evidence

  1. "Harvesting without sowing, only the fishermen could do that" - The new beginning in Sassnitz . Published on Accessed July 7, 2018.