Key decision-makers from the whitefish processing industry around the world will meet up on 25th September at Marel’s demonstration centre in Copenhagen for a full day event exploring ways to utilise the latest technology to make better use of their raw material.
The 900 square metre demonstration hall is expected to be packed with a range of full lines and standalone machines, including both proven and prototype solutions. Demonstrations will show the best ways to apply new and proven processing technology to boost results, with Marel equipment and software featured at the event covering a range of processes across the value chain.
Demonstration highlights include automatic pinbone removal, a range of robot packing solutions including a new prototype of an intelligent box system for packing portions into multiple box sizes simultaneously, and a new trimming flowline for farmed fish species such as seabass, seabream and tilapia, with data integration directly to Innova for monitoring operator performance.
Innova production control software is an integral part of the demonstrations, and in the Innova Lab attendees can experience at first hand how the range of Innova modules for managing and monitoring fish production can help improve quality control, productivity and efficiency.
External speakers include Freyr Thórdarson, Senior Vice President DNB, who will address emerging trends and challenges in the seafood industry; and Gonzalo Campos, Senior Fish Marketing Manager Europe SealedAir Food Care, who will present whitefish as the ‘next affordable luxury’.
This is the fifth year in a row that Whitefish processors from around the world come together at the Whitefish ShowHow to explore the latest processing innovations and industry trends, and to experience some of the key technological advances at first hand.
Registration is still open