Marel creates innovation through partnership at Seafood Processing Global 2017, Brussels
Marel welcomes visitors to SPE Stand 4-6223 & 4-6227, April 25-27, where we will showcase a wide range of industry leading equipment, designed to meet today's processing challenges in any modern salmon, whitefish or farmed whitefish plant.
This year, Marel is shining a spotlight on how its strong partnerships with the industry play a vital role in developing Marel's equipment and solutions to enable processors and their customers to produce innovative end products. We are constantly pushing the bounds of innovation in response to our customers' needs – and their customers' needs. By linking together what we do best with what you do best, we create innovation through partnership to add value for you and your customers. Visit us at the show to find out how.
Live demonstrations of Marel's latest innovations in processing technology for salmon, whitefish and farmed whitefish species
Connect with one of the Marel fish industry professionals about how we can take your processing to the next level
Partnership on a plate – culinary innovations at the stand's 2nd floor lounge, prepared by the Star Chef of the Icelandic Culinary Team
Ranging from the most advanced fully automatic solutions available on the market today to basic manual systems, Marel equipment and Innova Software Solutions handle everything from receiving, filleting, portioning and packing to end-of-line operations and dispatch, all aimed at helping processors maximize yields, throughput and quality, while reducing processing times and labor costs.
Brussels Exhibition Centre, Parc des Expositions, Place de Belgique 1, Hall 4 / 6223 and 6227
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