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, Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, Abu Dhabi, UAE

VIV MEA 2023


During the VIV MEA exhibition, Marel and its partners AACE and RootsAFS will focus on semi and full automation of poultry processing, as this can be the road ahead for many Arabian processors. Please feel welcome at stand #09.M037 to get to know everything about Marel poultry processing.

Discover how our product portfolio seamlessly aligns with the Middle-East market, enabling you to advance towards tailor-made automation. The ATLAS live bird handling system is gaining increasing attention in the Arab world due to its perfect alignment with local demands and expectations. Our Nuova automated eviscerators with separate viscera pack line can make a real difference, as they can grow along with your business.

In the Arab world, there is a noticeable shift toward cut-up and deboned poultry products. Previously, this market primarily focused on whole chickens. Today, some poultry processors allocate as much as 70% of their production to cut-up products, with only 30% dedicated to whole chickens. In addition, fixed-weight packing of fresh chicken pieces is becoming very popular, significantly exceeding the quality of imported meat. Marel provides Arab poultry processors with robust solutions to address these trends through our ACM-NT Compact cut-up system and our AMF-i breast cap deboning system

Convenience food production and Water Treatment will be two focus areas for Marel at VIV MEA. If you are considering projects in the development of further processed poultry products like nuggets, strips, burgers, and schnitzels, or if you are looking for responsible water cleaning and reuse solutions, we can provide you with customized solutions tailored to your specific needs.    

Visit us and find out how our innovative solutions can support you in transforming your poultry processing operations.

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Arab Booth

During VIV MEA 2023, Marel, AACE and RootsAFS will have plenty of professionals on board, including Ernst Kah, Pieter van Kleef, John Mc Bride and Eric Nab, to inform you about all advanced technologies in poultry processing.

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