Marel is the leading global provider of advanced equipment, systems and services to the fish, meat and poultry industries. Our brands – Marel, Stork Poultry Processing and Townsend Further Processing – are among the most respected in the industry and together, we offer the convenience of a single source to meet our customers’ every need.
Innovation in Fish Processing
Marel is the leading global supplier of advanced standalone equipment and integrated systems to the fish industry.
With roots in the fish industry all the way back to the company’s origins developing onboard scales, Marel combines its extensive knowledge of fish processing with heavy investment in product development to create innovative equipment, systems, and software for processing whitefish and salmon, both farmed and wild, onboard and ashore.
With manufacturing facilities in 15 locations worldwide, Marel serves the fish processing industry from two strategic centers with distinct industry knowledge in whitefish, based in Gardabaer, Iceland, and salmon, based in Støvring, Denmark.
Both centers have a dedicated R&D team to ensure that Marel is providing the fish industry with the latest technology in processing equipment for all stages of the fish processing value chain, ranging from single scales to integrated production lines and turnkey systems, onboard and ashore.
With offices and subsidiaries in over 30 countries on six continents and a global network of over 100 agents and distributors, Marel’s expertise in local markets and requirements helps it deliver the best fish processing innovation for its customers.
Marel Fish thrives on imagination, ingenuity, and its strong partnerships within the industry. Our cutting edge equipment and software components help fish processors of all sizes, in all markets, to operate at peak productivity, and our products positively and directly enhance the overall quality and value of food.
The 'Mar Argentino' reached Mar del Plata port. Argentina
The new INIDEP scientific ship that was built in Vigo, Spain, was received by national authorities who escorted it. It cost almost 8 million dollars and will aim to work in coastal waters.