Baader and Norway Seafoods join forces

08 Apr 2014
Baader and Norway Seafoods are looking to create a better and more efficient processing line for cod and other whitefish species

Baader and Norway Seafoods are looking to create a better and more efficient processing line for cod and other whitefish species

Germany-based Baader Group and Norway Seafoods are joining forces to create a better and more efficient processing line for cod and other whitefish species.

Baader’s recently developed filleting machine, Baader 582, is the core product of the new solution, which the companies say will allow for better economics for fish processors. The new gentle cutting process means the quality of the fillet is improved since the membrane stays intact – particularly important for soft fish.

Thomas Farstad, CEO, Norway Seafoods, said: “The co-operation with Baader Group has delivered a much needed improvement to the whitefish processing industry. Consumers will experience better products and processors improved financial results.”

The Baader 59 skinning machine following the Baader 582 in the processing line. Skinned, separated fillets leave the machine stretched out, ready for inspection and further processing. Baader says together, the machines produce fillets with improved quality for further processing and packing to consumer products which results in higher yield at lower costs.

In addition, Baader’s weighing equipment and B’Logic software provides food processors with easier access to product information for optimising the raw material usage, the operator efficiency and the performance of the equipment.

“The knowledge and experience of Baader matches industrial needs of Norway Seafoods, and the companies have jointly identified and solved issues with respect to fileting and skinning of cod filet. We are pleased with the results, and are committed to further technological development within this sector,” added Mr Farstad.

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