Technology

EM4 21 R auditRemote audits reduce risks and costs

This article was featured in Eurofish Magazine 4 2021.

Due to the rapid pace of change, companies across the globe are facing new challenges every day, which require non-standard solutions. Because in-person audits for certificates are risky due to COVID-19 and can therefore only very rarely be carried out, they are now frequently undertaken as remote audits via computer. This process is reliable and secure, has proven itself and could become permanent

 

Improvements in on board handling including the use of insulated containers has contributed to the increase in value of fish from Iceland.Proper on-board handling of fish contributes significantly to higher quality and longer shelf life

This article was featured in Eurofish Magazine 3 2021.

Fish from the Icelandic fishing industry has an enviable reputation for quality. Insulated containers have contributed to this in no small measure.

EM2 21 TECH PackagingReduce, reuse or recycle properly

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 2 2021.

A world without packaging is nothing but a pipe dream, since there is hardly a single product that can be produced, transported and handled completely unpackaged. This is why there are many initiatives aiming to make packaging better, more environmentally friendly and more sustainable, to protect the environment, prevent waste and keep its CO2 footprint as small as possible. What packaging alternatives currently meet these requirements best?

EM6 20 TECH display equipmentMaintaining freshness and quality, stimulating purchases

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6 / 2020.

Fish and seafood are perishable foods and their presentation in retail outlets requires special counter concepts that have to meet a variety of requirements. The design of the refrigerated counters, display cases and other sales furniture at fishmongers and in supermarket fish departments contributes strongly to maintaining product quality and also influences customers’ buying behaviour.

EM6 20 TECH FIAPA one-stop shop for fish farmers

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6 / 2020.

FIAP, based in Ursensollen, Bavaria, has been supplying aquaculture equipment to the industry as well as to private customers since it was founded in 1978. Today it has expanded its range to include water gardens and all the accessories and services that go with them.

As the aquaculture industry grows and develops – in 2025 some 57% of the fish for human consumption will come from fish farming up from 50% in 2016 – it will, particularly in parts of Europe, get increasingly complex and sophisticated. Driving this development as well as responding to it will be companies like FIAP that has made a name for itself developing and supplying equipment to the industry. The family-owned company has existed for over 40 years and today is run by two partners representing the second generation of owner-managers.

EM5 2020 NetsExperience with Czech pond farming enables net manufacture to expand abroad 

This artcle was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 5/ 2020.

A producer of nets has used the pond farming industry in the Czech Republic as a springboard to market his products to freshwater and marine fish farmers in several European countries. The Czech Republic is among the largest producers of freshwater farmed fish in the EU, most of it in earthen ponds. This should come as no surprise as there is a long tradition of pond farming in what is now the Czech Republic. According to researchers at the University of South Bohemia, in the 16th century the country had some 20,000 fishponds occupying about 180,000 hectares. Today, while the number of ponds has increased by a fifth, the area has Dobeš-Nets, a company based in the Czech Republic, produces nets for the aquaculture and fishing industries. shrunk to 52,000 ha, but production per hectare has soared from 70 kg to 450 kg. As a result, Czech production in 2018 was about 23,000 tonnes.

EM4 20 BlockchainA new basis for international business

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 4 / 2020.

“Blockchain” is for many people still little more than a buzzword they may have heard about in connection with the digital currency bitcoins. But in fact blockchain and artificial intelligence are developing into leading technologies that are “revolutionizing” many areas of the economy. Blockchains provide transparency, enable more control, and simplify traceability in business relationships.

EM 2 20 bandingBanding for a variety of purposes

This article featured in EUROFISH Magazine 2 2020.
At Seafood Processing Europe 2020, Bandall and specialist printer Max. Aarts have a joint stand called Branding by Banding, where demonstrations by the firms' experts will show how fish processing and packaging companies can achieve significant savings in packaging material, and improve efficiencies throughout the logistical chain.

EM6 19 TECH bio foulingNanotechnology, organic polymers and neurotransmitters

Marine biofouling, or biological fouling, the accumulation of plant and animal growth on natural hard structures and man-made constructions from ships to the net enclosures used in aquaculture, is a serious problem worldwide. In the past this growth was mostly fought with chemical means but this often creates additional problems because the methods pollute the environment. Following intensive research new solutions are now emerging.

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6/2019.

EM6 19 TECH SalmcoNew location offers room to grow

It is 35 years since the Hamburg-based salmon slicer manufacturer Salmco Technik was founded and to celebrate this anniversary the company will be moving into new premises which, after final completion next year, will have more than twice the current area for administration and workshop. The 2,500 m² site offers room for further growth. 

This article was featured in EUROFISH Magazine 6/2019.

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