Marel will demonstrate the latest and best in salmon processing technology at its 16th annual Salmon ShowHow, taking place on February 8, 2017, at Progress Point in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Salmon ShowHow has established itself as the top global forum for salmon processors to see and experience the latest and best salmon processing equipment. On display is a wide spectrum of Marel’s industry-leading equipment, including new machines, standalone units, and complete integrated processing lines.
The Salmon ShowHow includes ongoing live-demonstrations, lectures, and guest speakers, and is a great opportunity to meet colleagues from the salmon industry. The program concludes with dinner and entertainment in the evening.
Progress Point, new demonstration center (just 5 minutes from Copenhagen Airport) Marel Kirstinehøj 56B
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