Earlier this month France Pelagique and Havyard Ship Technology signed a contract for a new build Pelagic trawler. Havyard has now come to an agreement with Skaginn 3X to equip the vessel with new technology for grading, packing, freezing and palletizing the products onboard the vessel.
Skaginn 3X has bold statements on their stand at Seafood Expo Global where posters claim, “World’s most advanced pelagic plants” at the Stand 6127.
Skaginn 3X at Seafood Expo Global 2017.
When asked Jon Birgir Gunnarsson from Skaginn 3X said “This is based on un paralleled level of throughput per man-hour as well as advanced technology such as a vision technology that can inspect every fish.”
Skaginn 3X is your ideal partner for designing and producing automatic turnkey solutions for pelagic processing plants, with a non-comparable level of automation.
According to the press release Skaginn 3X has been in a leading role when it comes to increasing automation and product quality on land based pelagic plants. The task now is to bring these innovations to the onboard industry, this will include sorting the fish according to size, specie and quality with advanced vision technology as well as packing and palletizing several products simultaneously with an advanced automated system. Product quality will be a focus on all steps including freezing the products fast without applying pressure.
Skaginn 3X automatic sorting solutions for pelagic fish is an advanced and highly efficient sorting solution for pelagic processing plants.
About Skaginn 3X
Skaginn 3X took its current shape when two companies Skaginn hf and 3X Technology ehf joined forces, making Skaginn 3X a company with strong roots in the Icelandic seafood sector and the ability to work on an international level.
The company has decades of experience in producing food processing equipment, providing a wide range of solutions for food processors and its mission is to be a leading company in the design and development of chilling, freezing and food processing solutions. Skaginn 3X has a team of dedicated long term employees with degrees and experience in craftmanship, engineering, software and fisheries.
Skaginn 3X strength lies in its innovative company culture and its dedication to work close with customers to meet their requirements, offering them solutions that brings value to their business.
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