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Powering business by the sea

2022-01-20T13:56:00+00:00Sponsored by

Across the maritime industry, companies are finding innovative ways to optimize their operations and improve the seafarer experience.

  • Thyborøn take door technology to a new level

    Thyborøn take door technology to a new level

    2022-01-06T10:53:00+00:00

    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.

  • Maritech Eye

    Latest Maritech fish quality scanner introduced by Mowi UK

    2022-01-04T13:51:00+00:00

    To further enhance quality assessments of its Mowi brand smoked salmon, Mowi Consumer Products UK has implemented new Maritech Eye to provide real-time hyperspectral scanning of its fillets.

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    Optimar focuses on fish health with new range of products

    2021-11-18T11:54:00+00:00By Rebecca Strong

    Optimar has launched a range of sustainable solutions aimed at ensuring fish welfare and keeping produce as fresh as possible.

  • New Sæplast tubs stacked on the quay at Dalvík. Photo: Sæplast

    Tub manufacturer faces challenges and opportunities

    2021-11-16T09:38:00+00:00

    Sæplast has been producing a range of tubs, boxes and other products in Dalvík and was a pioneer in such storage systems for fish. But much has changed over the years and attitudes have also changed.

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    3D Sonar Visualizer™ Model F3D-S

    2021-11-04T10:22:00+00:00Sponsored by

    3D Sonar Visualizer™ F3D-S is our news solution that works in conjunction with the Full-circle Color Scanning Sonar FSV-25/FSV-25S to show fish and sonar information in 3 dimensions.

  • “We have signed the Paris Agreement, but the current consumption trend is going in exactly the opposite direction,” said Erik Ianssen, general manager of Selfa Arctic AS

    If you can’t stand the heat…

    2021-10-21T09:58:00+01:00

    When it comes to the climate change crisis, there’s a lot more to come from seafood, writes Jason Holland