Our state-of-the-art equipment and systems help food processors of all sizes, in all markets, to operate at peak productivity.
Our team is comprised of approximately 4,700 employees worldwide, offices and subsidiaries in 30 countries across six continents, and a network of more than 100 agents and distributors.
The Marel brand
Over the years, a number of brands have come together to make Marel what it is today. We have now combined all the brands into one, to make a stronger partner for our customers.
In partnership with our customers we are transforming the way food is processed. Our vision is of a world where quality food is produced sustainably and affordably.
Marel’s Board of Directors is committed to good corporate governance and ethical business practices that promote the long-term interest of shareholders and help build trust in the company. The Board members are elected at each Annual General Meeting for a term of one year.
Marel's executive team consist of eleven experienced and highly qualified Marel Managing Directors.
Marel is committed to the general principles of good corporate governance. With its headquarters in Reykjavik, Icelandic law and the company’s corporate governance framework determine the duties of the various bodies within the company.
Corporate Social Responsibility
In 2015, Marel devised an action plan to tackle the most important Corporate Social Responsibility issues within the company.
Marel has defined core values that are fundamental to the company’s long-term success and represent the standards under which everyone at Marel works.
Marel is proud of its multinational heritage. We trace our roots as far back as the 1930s and across several countries.
In line with Marel’s corporate social responsibility approach, animal welfare is high on the agenda when it comes to research and development in the company.