The cancellation or postponement of world fairs and exhibitions, as has happened with the Seafood Processing Global - Exhibition in Brussels, has been one of the first consequences of the coronavirus that affected the sector.
In situations like this, most companies expect that the passage of time will accommodate things naturally, but in the case of the Marel Group they have decided to bet on innovation and new solutions, which is precisely one of the most important pillars of the company.
This interactive online event will cover a range of topics – from traceability software that improves food safety to robotic solutions that automate your processes and help save on labor costs – and includes a virtual tour of our Brussels expo stand.
The expo will cover a range of topics – from traceability software that improves food safety to robotic solutions that automate your processes and help save on labor costs.
Meet the new Managing Director of Marel Fish, Gudbjörg Gudmundsdottir, who will present how Marel can help transform fish processing with automated solutions and Industry 4.0 technologies.
Following the live presentations and Q&A session, you can take your time exploring the products featured on our virtual expo stand, with access to product demonstration videos, customer stories and more.
You will also have the chance to book an online meeting with our product specialists and sales team.
Attendees will receive a promotion code for their next investment.
YouTube video: Marel puts the smart factory in the spotlight in Brussels (2019)
The live component of the event will be held four times over two days, so you can choose the time that suits you best:
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