Product News – Page 4

  • Héðinn meal plant for Síldarvinnslan

    Héðinn meal plant for Síldarvinnslan


    A contract has been signed for Héðinn to supply a 380-tonne capacity fishmeal plant for Síldarvinnslan’s Neskaupstaður processing plant, with a May 2022 completion date.

  • Easy polyamide separation

    Easy polyamide separation


    A mobile near-infrared spectroscopy system developed by German company trinamiX supports the reliable differentiation between polyamide 6 (PA6) and polyamide 6.6 (PA66).

  • Sounder offers species identification

    Sounder offers species identification


    Furuno has introduced a new high-performance echo sounder incorporating newly-patented species identification technology.

  • The Peruza robotic packing solution Photo: Peruza

    Reduce waste with robotic packing solution


    Peruza’s latest automated food packaging solution is said to reduce product giveaway whilst adapting to a range of different products, all with varying final weight requirements.

  • Baader and Skaginn 3X conclude merger?

    Baader and Skaginn 3X conclude merger


    Baader and Skaginn 3X have announced that the acquisition of a majority share of Skaginn 3X by Baader has been concluded.

  • Closing the recycling loop

    Closing the recycling loop


    When Sæplast began producing polyethylene containers a couple of decades ago, the possibility of them being recyclable at the end of their working lifetime was one of the options the company examined.

  • Time-saving repair job for Russian trawler

    Time-saving repair job for Russian trawler


    When Russian trawler LLV Kaprodon was docked in Norway for a refit, the news that a vital spare part could take four months to obtain took the owners instead to Marine Shaft in Denmark.

  • The fully automated packing solution from Marel reduces give away Photo: Marel

    Marel unveils new robotic packing system


    Marel has launched a new automated fish processing solution, combining intelligent batching software with robotic technology.

  • Expertise from Seattle, production in Denmark

    Expertise from Seattle, production in Denmark


    The expertise built up by Danish company Carsoe in supplying complete factory decks with all the capacity needed to produce surimi on board led to the order for the Russian Fishery Company’s new Vladimir Limanov and its sister vessels.

  • 100-tonne/day ice capacity for Danish factory

    100-tonne/day ice capacity for Danish factory


    Needing to install a substantial production and storage capacity for flake ice, a Danish processor went to KTI-Plersch Kältetechnik GmbH in Germany with the challenge of supplying a plant that would meet its particular needs, while also meeting demanding hygiene standards.

  • New net loft’s first purse seine repair job

    New net loft’s first purse seine repair job


    Norwegian pelagic vessel Rav docked in Norðfjörður on Monday last week, with a badly damaged capelin purse seine. The gear had been damaged while shooting away, catching on a walkway above the net bin. The skipper and crew immediately saw that this would be a major repair job and that ...

  • Héðinn’s new take on fishmeal and oil

    Héðinn’s new take on fishmeal and oil


    With a great deal of experience behind them in supplying and servicing  systems to produce fishmeal and oil both ashore and on board fishing vessels, most fishmeal factories operating in Iceland have benefitted from the company’s expertise.

  • Spelve farm manager, Alan Tangny Photo: Scottish Sea Farms

    Hybrid powered feed barge ‘fantastic’


    Scottish Sea Farms is piloting a bespoke hybrid power system on board one of its feed barges, reducing fuel consumption, carbon emissions and operating costs.

  • Trawl doors from recycled plastic

    Trawl doors from recycled plastic


    Trawl door producer Polar Fishing Gear is taking a step to one side from the conventional steel doors to produce both demersal and pelagic trawl doors using recycled plastic.

  • Osprey opts for low-shrink netting

    Osprey opts for low-shrink netting


    The Urk-based Osprey Group has a long background in running its fleet of fishing vessels operating in the North Sea and the English Channel, and a central aspect of keeping these active is the company’s own workshops preparing fishing gear for the fleet of ten vessels.

  • Marel has acquired a 40% stake in Stranda Prolog Photo: Marel

    Marel acquires 40% stake in Stranda Prolog


    Marel is has acquired a 40% stake in Stranda Prolog, a Norwegian provider of salmon processing solutions.

  • Luntos’s new vessel will process 230 tonnes per day Photo: Carsoe

    Luntos orders second Carsoe onboard factory


    Luntos has placed a second order with Carsoe for an onboard processing plant, scheduled for delivery to the shipyard in early 2022.

  • René T. Hansen, new MD of Bettcher GmbH Photo: Bettcher Industries

    Bettcher appoints new European MD


    Bettcher Industries has appointed a new managing director of its European subsidiary, Bettcher GmbH, based in Dierikon in Switzerland.

  • Novel approach to quantify histamine levels

    Novel approach to quantify histamine levels


    Scientists in Korea have developed an effective yet simple strategy to quantify histamine levels in fish samples. This dangerous compound occurs in spoiled food, such as mackerel, left at room temperature for too long. Unfortunately, existing histamine detection methods are inconvenient and expensive. To tackle this issue, a team of ...

  • Baader acquires SEAC

    Baader acquires SEAC


    “Looking into the future and Baader’s compatible processing solutions, SEAC’s technology is a perfect fit for Baader to further extend our overall product portfolio also among small fish species,” said Baader Fish managing director Robert Focke, commenting on the acquisition of small fish processing specialist SEAC, based at Färjestaden on ...