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Norway-based Hofseth Aalesund has invested in Baader’s fillet production line in a bid to boost capacity and productivity.
Norwegian salmon supplier Nils Williksen has signed a contract with Baader to use its salmon slaughter and processing technology to increase capacity and productivity.
Baader will attend Seafood Processing Global (SPG) 2018 to showcase its range of processing equipment and its suitability for whitefish.
Baader has discussed plans for its increased involvement in Russia’s fishery business with governmental officials.
Baader’s managing director Robert Focke is delighted that the company was chosen by Cermaq as the supplier for its new state-of-the-art salmon processing plant in Norway.
The developers behind new photoelectric measuring technology for salmon filleting claim it reduces manual processing and can help companies reduce labour costs.
Norwegian producer Lerøy Midt went to Baader in Germany to supply the new 100,000 tonne capacity factory it is building near Trondheim at Jøsnøya on the island of Hitra.
Baader’s new technology centre in the German city of Lübeck is designed to bring experts together to showcase the latest processing technologies.
Baader says that its new BAADER 144 Salmon Gutting Machine together with the new Speed Feed System is the game-changer in the salmon Industry.
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.
Germany’s food processing machinery specialist, The Baader Group, has purchased 100% shares of Norway’s Trio Food Processing Machinery AS.
HB Grandi has announced pelagic vessel Lundey NS will start fishing herring in the middle of next week, followed by Faxi RE and Ingunn AK.
The Baader Group, the Pourkian Group, the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology, and the Chinese company SAN'AN Technology Group have signed an agreement for strategic cooperation for the future Super-Bio-Food in Europe and China.
Consul Petra Baader, Managing Partner and owner of the Germany based Baader Group, has been awarded the Norwegian Order 'Knight First Class' for her merits regarding the strengthening of the relationship between Norway and Germany, not only in business but also in cultural efforts.
What an exhibition and what a country! - Last month, at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition (7-10 Sept), Iceland demonstrated once more it still remains at the forefront of the fishing industry. Fishing is still a major contributor to the country's GDP and people are well aware of that. Currently 64% of its total exports come from fish or fish related products.
Continuous innovation is the key to survival in the fishing industry. German processing specialist BAADER will exhibit this year at the SPE in Brussels in Hall 4, booth 5233 with a number of new launches.
Due to the increasingly stringent hygienic regulations especially in the salmon industry, BAADER has improved the well-known BAADER 200 Filleting Machine.
BAADER has launched what it calls 'the ultimate solution for fresh product singulation and loading', the BAADER AccuFeed AF501, to the european market. BAADER will show the AccuFeed AF501 at the Seafood Processing Europe in Brussels last month.
Heinz Klostermann of Baader says fish farming will play an important part in the future of the industry
The largest producer of horse mackerel in Namibia, Namsov Fishing Enterprises and its joint venture partner, Labour Investment Holdings, took delivery of a 12-year-old stern trawler early in 2002. The French-built Twafika will be used to fish the 595t monk quota that was issued to the joint venture, Twafika Fishing Investments.