Marel creates innovation through partnership at Seafood Processing Global 2018, Brussels.
With companies looking for smarter ways to compensate for a diminishing labor supply and meet consumer demand for higher product quality and diversity, our focus in Brussels this year is on how our products use technology to increase automation while ensuring the highest yield, throughput and product quality.
Our demonstrations at Seafood Processing Global, 24-26 April-2018 - stand 4-6223 & 4-6227, will include:
Quality scanning of salmon fillets with our new Quality Scanner MS 2920. By registering volume, color, melanin spots, blood spots, trimming defects, skinning defects, and brown meat, you can sort the fillets downstream and better control the quality and size of each fillet.
Automatic bone removal with FleXicut, including an updated product distribution system. FleXicut raises productivity and greatly improves product handling and yield, and the new features automate this process even further.
The new and unique cutting principles of our automatic salmon deheading machine MS 2720 – released for sale January 1st, 2018 – delivering outstanding results in throughput, yield and quality.
A range of Innova Food Processing Software modules for managing and monitoring fish production, designed to give you full production control with traceability.
Brussels Exhibition Centre, Parc des Expositions, Place de Belgique 1, Hall 4 / 6223 and 6227
New catch limits set for 32 fish stocks New Zealand
The commercial tarakihi (Nemadactylus macropterus) catch in the fisheries areas off the east coast of the North and South Islands is to be reduced by 20 per cent in an effort to rebuild the depleted stock.