JBT and BAADER sign cooperation agreement

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JBT Corporation and The BAADER Group have announced a cooperation agreement.

The technology sharing agreement between the two companies will create new offerings for fish and poultry processors, combining waterjet technology from JBT with poultry processing, fish processing and X-ray technology from The BAADER Group.

The cooperation agreement facilitates the introduction of a high-capacity fish processing line with X-ray detection from The BAADER Group in combination with a waterjet system from JBT to the global fish processing industry.

JBT has a rich history of innovation in the food industry dating back to 1880 and delivers portioning, coating, cooking, sterilization, pasteurization, freezing, and liquid food processing systems to the global food processing industry. Its vision-guided DSI waterjet portioning and trimming system has over 300 installations.

The BAADER Group is a world-renowned manufacturer and supplier of advanced high quality food processing machinery and solutions with experience in designing and producing high-tech equipment since 1919. The company plans, designs and installs complete processing lines for fish and poultry, including fish processing facilities ashore and on board shipping vessels.

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