Product News – Page 9

  • Baader UK has moved into new premises in Rugby Photo: Baader
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    Baader expands UK presence with Rugby office

    2019-11-13T10:24:00Z

    German food processing company, Baader, has opened a new office in Rugby, England, increasing the company''s warehouse footprint tenfold and expanding its local market presence.

  • Members of the Skaginn 3X and Denholm Seafoods team Photo: Skaginn 3X
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    New pump moves 60 tonnes per hour

    2019-11-11T09:51:00Z

    After months of research and development, Skaginn 3X is ready to supply Scottish firm Denholm Seafoods with a newly designed multifunctional ValuePump.

  • Quiksling has been given type approval by Lloyds for its MOB recovery system Photo: Quiksling
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    Quiksling reissued with Lloyds type approval

    2019-10-25T09:42:00Z

    Scottish manufacturer, Quiksling, has re-launched its eponymous twin-harness man overboard (MOB) rescue and recovery system, now with Lloyd''s type approval.

  • Brim signs groundbreaking deal with Marel
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    Brim signs groundbreaking deal with Marel

    2019-10-23T12:24:00Z

    Icelandic whitefish processor Brim hf. has signed an agreement with Marel for high-tech equipment and software that will make its Reykjavik facility the most advanced whitefish processing facility in the world.

  • Bjørdal to fit out Østerfjord factory deck
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    Bjørdal to fit out Østerfjord factory deck

    2019-10-04T15:13:00Z

    Bjørdal has contracted to deliver a complete system for processing, logistics and freezing of fish on board the new vessel for Norwegian fishing company Østerfjord, based in Austevoll.

  • FLIR has released a new range of thermal image cameras Photo: FLIR
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    Navigate more safely with FLIR thermal images

    2019-10-03T10:29:00Z

    US camera manufacturer, FLIR Systems, has unveiled a new range of maritime thermal cameras delivering advanced awareness-enhancing technologies, safer navigation and seamless integration with onboard boat systems.

  • ACR Electronics new SM-3 automatic buoy marker light Photo: ACR Electronics
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    ACR Electronics unveils new COB light

    2019-09-30T13:35:00Z

    ACR Electronics has released a new automatic buoy marker light, a high-intensity LED strobe that provides brighter light in all directions for clear marking of a man-overboard site.

  • Polar Sea+ to install Skaginn3X saltfish line
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    Polar Sea+ to install Skaginn3X saltfish line

    2019-09-26T10:50:00Z

    Icelandic food processing specialist Skaginn 3X has secured a milestone deal with Norebo’s Polar Sea+ LLC, supplying the company with an automated processing line for wet salted cod.

  • High-tech Valka system for Båtsfjordbruket
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    High-tech Valka system for Båtsfjordbruket

    2019-09-25T11:37:00Z

    Valka is to supply supply fully automated fillet processing lines to Båtsfjordbruket in a roughly €4 million contract that includes two complete systems for trimming, cutting, distribution and packing of fillets and portions.

  • SNG introduces new Excluder
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    SNG introduces new Excluder

    2019-09-24T07:30:00Z

    A marine mammal caught in a trawl never fails to be a nightmare. Gear designers at Killybegs fishing gear company Swan Net Gundry have a simple innovation to avoid this situation – saving both the fisherman and the mammals much grief.

  • Putin on the button for Gidrostroy
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    Putin on the button for Gidrostroy

    2019-09-05T09:47:00Z

    Shikotan fishing company JSC Gidrostroy had the honour of having Russian President Vladimir Putin press the start button to set its new 900-tonne/day pelagic processing plant rolling.

  • ?Irish fleet does well in albacore season
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    ?Irish fleet does well in albacore season

    2019-09-03T22:39:00Z

    With over a dozen Irish pelagic and polyvalent vessels currently working south of Ireland and as far down as the Bay of Biscay in their attempt to fill their annual albacore tuna quota, SNG tuna trawls are a strong presence in this fishery.

  • Mermaid brings new engine range to UK market
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    Mermaid brings new engine range to UK market

    2019-08-27T11:06:00Z

    Mermaid Marine are bringing something new to the UK market with a range of diesel engines manufactured in China by Yuchai Diesel.

  • Perfect Pairing for Bristol Bay
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    Perfect Pairing for Bristol Bay

    2019-08-27T07:30:00Z

    One of the largest heavy-gauge aluminium boatbuilders in the United States, North River Boats is now offering a prop-powered fishing vessel designed specifically to meet the needs of Bristol Bay’s seasonal fishery.

  • T90 mesh for whitefish discard reduction
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    T90 mesh for whitefish discard reduction

    2019-08-27T07:00:00Z

    Trials with 90mm T90 codends showed major reductions in catches of undersize roundfish, increased monkfish and no loss in flatfish species, reports BIM Fisheries Conservation Manager Dr Ronán Cosgrove.

  • Hampiðjan’s fibre-optic data breakthrough
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    Hampiðjan’s fibre-optic data breakthrough

    2019-08-26T10:04:00Z

    A new fibre-optic data cable developed by Hampiðjan represents a breakthrough in the speed at which data can be channelled from trawl sensors to a trawler’s wheelhouse.

  • Curio: matching the machine to the fish
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    Curio: matching the machine to the fish

    2019-08-13T07:00:00Z

    Icelandic fish processing machinery speciality Curio continues to expand as its innovative range of fish processing machines grows.

  • Serving a high-tech, high-efficiency fleet
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    Serving a high-tech, high-efficiency fleet

    2019-08-11T07:12:00Z

    Iceland has long been a prime market for electronics company Scanmar, with an Icelandic subsidiary managed by Thórir Matthíasson from workshops in Garðabaer.

  • WASSP releases firmware updates
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    WASSP releases firmware updates

    2019-08-08T14:42:00Z

    WASSP Multibeam has invested in many new enhancements, bug fixes and licenses with the release of two new firmware updates, CDX 4.0 and DRX 6.0, for its F3 and F3X multibeam sonar systems designed for the fishing industry.

  • Resqunit sets up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
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    Resqunit sets up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

    2019-07-17T08:15:00Z

    The Norwegian venture behind the innovative flotation device designed to allow lost lobster and crab gear to be retrieved has set up in Canada, with its new headquarters in the Dartmouth Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship’s (COVE) Start-Up Yard.