Fishing Technology – Page 7

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    Net survey to increase catch volumes


    Research conducted by NOAA Fisheries has shown that increasing the wing spread of a net can help increase the volume of catch

  • (l-r) Leif Carøe Andersen, Hugo Dissing and Kim Weidemann Photo: Carsoe/Intech

    Carsoe acquires outstanding shares in Intech


    Carsoe has acquired all outstanding shares in Intech, consolidating the two companies’ seafood activities and tray denesting technology at Carsoe and Intech respectively.

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    Customised propulsion technology


    Over the last year the company has provided sophisticated systems to new fishing vessls such as pelagic trawler/purse seiner Odd Lundberg, built at Karstensen in Denmark for its Norwegian owners. Odd Lundberg was fitted with an innovative two-step reduction gear, allowing operating patterns to be optimised and resulting in significant fuel savings.

  • Jón Birgir Gunnarsson, director of sales and marketing at Valka Photo: Valka

    Valka fish processing system for Hardanger


    Valka is to supply a fish processing system capable of handling 140 salmon per minute for Hardanger Fiskeforedling.

  • Quality and yield take priority

    Quality and yield take priority


    Hraðfrystihúsið (HG) and Marel have signed a significant contract for a FleXicut system to increase automation, quality, throughput and yield.

  • Vónin introduces smart trawl door technology

    Vónin introduces smart trawl door technology


    Pelagic vessels Høgaberg and Tróndur í Gøtu have been putting the new Twister trawl doors developed by Vónin through their paces for the last few months.

  • Morgère’s new facility open for business

    Morgère’s new facility open for business


    After having been based at the heart of the port of Saint-Malo in Brittany since 1902, French trawl door manufacturer Morgère has made the move out of the city to a purpose-built manufacturing facility in nearby Miniac-Morvan.

  • Brunvoll’s Engagement in development​

    Brunvoll’s Engagement in development​


    When planning a newbuilding, interaction between concerned partners is essential to producing a vessel with optimal functionality. When leading expertise in design, shipbuilding, equipment, and operation is brought together, this process is enhanced, and the owner’s role is key to this. The owner’s requirements and understanding of operational requirements set ...

  • Longline hardware goes electric

    Longline hardware goes electric


    There has already been plenty of interest in new electric longline systems, even with the new equipment is still in its trial phase on board some of the most successful Norwegian longliners.

  • Stark Group opts for Propspeed

    Stark Group opts for Propspeed


    Underwater foul-release coatings innovator Propspeed has been selected by Ocean Fisheries Ltd. as the preferred foul-release coating for its fleet of commercial fishing vessels.

  • Investing in the green shift

    Investing in the green shift


    Norway’s Minister of Trade and Industry Iselin Nybø and the Minister of Education and Research Guri Melby were in Trondheim to present the NoK120 million to the ZeroKyst project.

  • Folla builds on Loppa’s success

    Folla builds on Loppa’s success


    The success of the Loppa heading and gutting machine developed by Måløy company Havfront has been such that a new machine for use in shore-based fish processing has been developed, with the prototype already in use.

  • Flexibridge MD, Sveinung Pile Photo: Flexibridge

    Bridge manufacturer plans market return


    After several years of standstill, maritime workstations manufacturer, Flexibridge, is planning a triumphant return to the maritime market.

  • Thyborøn take door technology to a new level

    Thyborøn take door technology to a new level


    The Bluestream Type 22 trawl doors introduced by Thyborøn Trawldoor four years ago have been highly successful, but now the company has pushed development even further, while also preparing for full door control of the doors in the water.

  • Fiskevegn appoints new CEO

    Fiskevegn appoints new CEO


    Magne Fure is taking on the role of managing director at AS Fiskevegn.

  • Brunvoll systems for six new fishing vessels

    Brunvoll systems for six new fishing vessels


    Brunvoll propulsion and manoeuvring systems have been selected for six new fishing vessels being built at Karstensens Skibsværft in Skagen for Norwegian, Swedish and Scottish companies, to be delivered over the coming two years.

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    Folla builds on Loppa’s success


    A year of intensive development and testing has gone into preparing the prototype Folla, and this has worked so well that Havfront’s partner, Husøy company Br. Karlsen, who were instrumental in initiating the Folla’s development, has already taken it into regular use – and Havfront will be at this year’s Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition to showcase both Loppa and Folla machines.

  • Complete packing for langoustines

    Complete packing for langoustines


    An integrated weighing and tray sealing solution from Ishida Europe has enabled one of Spain’s leading fish processors to double throughput on one of its most popular and important product lines.

  • The new chain conveyor uses bamboo plates instead of plastic ones Photo: Cimbria

    New bamboo chain conveyor from Cimbria


    Grain and seed processing solutions company, Cimbria, has unveiled a new eco-friendly product for the food industry.

  • Securely and attractively packaged under MAP

    Securely and attractively packaged under MAP


    A resource-saving packaging alternative not only utilises a high proportion of renewable raw materials, it also offers plenty of space for communication. The striking and innovative look guarantee maximum attention on any retailer’s shelves.