Marel creates innovation through partnership at Seafood Processing Global 2018, Brussels.
With companies looking for smarter ways to compensate for a diminishing labor supply and meet consumer demand for higher product quality and diversity, our focus in Brussels this year is on how our products use technology to increase automation while ensuring the highest yield, throughput and product quality.
Our demonstrations at Seafood Processing Global, 07-09 May-2019 - stand 4-6227, will include:
Automatic pinboning, portioning and product distribution with a FleXicut.
Scanning salmon fillets after trimming or skinning with the QC Scanner.
Salmon filleting with the Filleting Machine MS 2730, including automatic back and belly trimming and automatic infeed. Ask our filleting specialists in Brussels about the new optimized infeed system released earlier this year too. Designed for the automatic fixed-pace infeed of deheaded fish to the Filleting Machine, the PaceInfeeder results in even higher filleting quality and reduced labor costs.
Our smarter processing software keeps everything running smoothly and improves decision-making. Innova Food Processing Software is an integral part of our equipment and solutions at the expo.
Brussels Exhibition Centre, Parc des Expositions, Place de Belgique 1, Hall 4 / 6223 and 6227
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