Processing smaller fish just got easier

The ‘belly cleaning device’ on the SEAC FPM-400 can fillet this ‘special’ product with very high yield

For the last 20 years the fish processing and canning industries have found that fish have become smaller and smaller, meaning that that yesterday’s processing machines can no longer cope with today’s demand, as the fish are often smaller than originally envisaged by the engineers.

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