The event, held at the company’s demonstration and training center in Copenhagen, gave attendees valuable insights into key technological advances in salmon processing and provided a forum to discuss the latest processing innovations and industry trends.
With hands-on demonstrations, guest speakers and a virtual reality experience, salmon processors could engage all their senses at the event in a full exploration of salmon processing equipment and software.
During his presentation, Trond Davidsen, President of the International Salmon Farmers Association, discussed current trends and challenges of salmon farming and shared his expectations of the future of the industry.
Grant Rosewarne, CEO and Managing Director of New Zealand King Salmon, also spoke at the event, highlighting the uniqueness of the New Zealand salmon industry compared to the global salmon market.
He was impressed by demonstrations of the slicing machines and the new QC system: “I’m impressed by the slicing machines that are able to go from C slice to D slice – gentle handling that suits our premium brands and achieves really good presentation of our smoked salmon,” he said.
He continued, “The new QC system could really help us determine the processes for individual fillets, and I’m waiting to see how that goes further. This has been a really valuable trip despite the long traveling hours from NZ!”