Seafood processors from the whole world are invited to participate at the second edition of Marel’s Whitefish ShowHow, taking place at Marel’s Demonstration and Training center off Copenhagen airport in Denmark, on September 28, 2017.
The event will bring together whitefish industry leaders from all over the world to discover the latest processing technology and hear guest speakers address some of the key issues the industry faces.
At this unique event, Marel will demonstrate how its equipment and software solutions help optimize raw material utilization, reduce processing times and labor costs, and improve processes throughout the value chain.
Progress Point, new demonstration center (just 5 minutes from Copenhagen Airport) Marel Kirstinehøj 56B
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