Fish Handling – Page 3

  • The overall idea is to develop new technology for catch handling

    SINTEF’s automatic catch handling project


    Norway’s SINTEF - the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia – is one-and-a-half years into a four-year research project on automatic catch handling systems of whitefish onboard fishing vessels.

  • PPS East also promoted its returnable fish boxes, containers, tubs and plastic pallets

    PPS East showcases new box designs


    PPS East showcased its new designs for a family of returnable lightweight airfreight boxes at the European Seafood Exposition in Brussels, which are being developed for the delivery of flown-in fresh fish.

  • A new all-in-one logistics service for the seafood industry has been announced. © Jorge Royan / / CC-BY-SA-3.0

    All-in-one logistics service for seafood industry


    foodcareplus™ and Nova Fresh Logistics have announced an all-in-one logistics service for the seafood industry.

  • The difference between the new Saeplast 340l container and the 460l container can be seen

    Promens launches new Saeplast container


    Promens is launching a new Saeplast container that has a volume of 340l but a basal area corresponding to the 460l and 660l containers that were two of the most popular Saeplast containers.

  • The RQ-7000M Strapping Machine

    Gordian Strapping machine for Scottish smoke house


    Gordian Strapping has provided a new RQ-7000M strapping machine for St. James Smokehouse.

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    PPS East achieves BRC accreditation


    Grimsby-based PPS East has recently become BRC Storage & Distribution certified at its state-of-the-art wash location, where the company cleans a range of returnable transit equipment such as plastic boxes, crates, pallets and bins that are used primarily in the fish and food processing sectors.

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    Absorbent packaging and storage materials


    McAirlaids offers a range of absorbent materials for food packaging and storage, in cut pieces and rolls, which the company says improves pack appearance and product quality.

  • Campbells has renewed its contract for Styropack fish boxes

    Campbells renews contract with Styropack


    Campbells Prime Meat has decided to renew its contract to buy Styropack fish boxes, following its initial six-month contract.

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    PPS appoints Icelandic Agent to support expansion


    PPS East has appointed IceBox Company ehf as its new agent in Iceland to support increasing demand for its products and hygienic box washing services.

  • The crab basket

    NTF-Aalborg wins crab basket order


    NTF-Aalborg A/S has recently won a big Russian order for crab baskets.

  • NORLAX compacting fish boxes

    RUNI finances fish box compactor with used fish boxes


    The prices for compacted EPS (expanded polystyrene) fish boxes are almost the highest they have been in a decade.

  • The PPS Easy-Clean fish box

    PPS launches new ‘Easy-Clean’ fish box


    The PPS group has announced the launch of the new PPS ‘Easy-Clean’ fish box in 15kg and 25kg capacities.

  • The Grimsby wash plant

    PPS East wins new crate pooling contract with Levenstond Seafood


    The Grimsby based company PPS East recently secured a new contract to provide returnable plastic fish crates to Belgian company Levenstond Seafood, a supplier of Scottish salmon to Belgian supermarkets.

  • According to Intralox, proven results from its ThermoDrive include consistently low swab counts and better product yields.

    Complete conveyance solutions for seafood


    The Seafood Team at US-based supplier of conveyance solutions and services Intralox develops handling systems for all types of fish processing operations, from onboard ocean-going factory trawlers through to the packaging end of a processing plant.

  • (Left to right) Gordon Norman technical sales director Nesco Weighing Ltd UK, Per Andresen chief executive Navy Group Norway and John-Sigurd Solberg Ocean Electronics Norway after the agreement was signed together with a Wavecheetah II touch scr...

    Nesco Wavecheetah II now available in Norway and Denmark


    Nesco Weighing Ltd of Hull, UK, has signed an agreement with Ocean Electronics of Floro in Norway for the importation of its Wavecheetah II marine fish weighing and food grading systems into the Norwegian market.

  • Magnús Kristinsson, a shipowner and owner of Bergur-Huginn in Westman Islands, receives the 500,001st tub handed over by Daði Valdimarsson, MD of Promens Dalvik, along with Hilmar Guðmundsson, sales and marketing manager, and Sævaldur Gunnarsson...

    Promens Dalvik passes half a million tub milestone


    Promens Dalvik recently reached an important milestone when its tub production reached numbers 500,000 and 500,001. These tubs were formally handed over by the company to two loyal clients.

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    Ishida widens x-ray solutions with basic model


    Ishida Europe has launched an entry-level version of its x-ray inspection system, offering companies an affordable solution for quality control in their packing operations.

  • In an outbuilding, a RUNI SK370 compacts the boxes into blocks, which are palletised and then sold.

    Eco-friendly EPS handling turns waste into money


    On a good day as many as 1,000 boxes of salmon are fed into the production department at Danish smoked fish giant Norlax A/S. The huge quantity of expanded polystyrene (EPS) boxes used to fill four truckloads per day, which commuted constantly between the company''s premises and a waste handling ...

  • From left to right: TFA Director Peter Davey; PPS Director Iain McArthur and TFA's Steve Moore

    PPS announces acquisition of TFA Box Company


    PPS Equipment Management Ltd, based in Measham in the Midlands, UK, has announced its successful acquisition of the Grimsby based TFA Box Company that has a long history of supplying the East Coast fishing industry with a wide selection of plastic fish boxes plus collection and hygienic washing services.

  • Monitoring Results of the APC tracking system at Pacific Seafood

    Ahead of the curve in traceability


    With regular news of contaminated food products and widespread recalls, consumers and advocate groups are growing increasingly vocal about the need for greater oversight and protection in the food industry. One critical component in implementing stronger food safety measures lies in traceability.