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Nissui to renovate Alaskan facilities

The Nissui group will first repair old docks at its seafood processing plant in Dutch Harbor.

TOKYO -- Japanese seafood company Nippon Suisan Kaisha, also known as Nissui, will upgrade a fish-processing factory in the U.S. state of Alaska in an effort to bolster its core business.

     A $21 million makeover will be implemented from this year through 2017 at U.S. subsidiary UniSea's plant in Dutch Harbor. The factory on the Bering Sea coast processes locally caught crab and whitefish to make "surimi," or fish paste, and other products.

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