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There will be ongoing demonstrations throughout the day for attendees to experience Marel’s industry-leading equipment at close range.

The Salmon ShowHow Gears Up for Smarter Processing

  (DENMARK, 10/19/2018)

Marel will demonstrate the latest and best in salmon processing technology at its 18th annual Salmon ShowHow, taking place at Progress Point in Copenhagen, Denmark, 6 February 2019.

Each year, hundreds of salmon processors from around the world come together to experience key technological advances in their industry and to discuss the latest salmon processing innovations and industry trends at the Salmon ShowHow.

Live Demonstrations

Demonstrations throughout the day give attendees a close look at Marel’s industry-leading equipment in a simulated processing plant environment, with specialists at hand to explain how the products can help them raise quality, productivity, yield, and throughput.

Salmon processors from around the world come together at the Salmon ShowHow each year to discuss the latest processing innovations and industry trends, and to experience some of the key technological advances for themselves.

Marel will demonstrate both its industry-leading equipment and its food processing software at the event. As salmon processors move into industry 4.0, they are increasingly demanding not only quality equipment across the whole processing value chain, but also integrated software that enables them to take full advantage of automation, robotics, and real-time data monitoring to improve productivity and production control.

Virtual Demonstrations

Following the popularity of the new 360° demo experience at the 2018 event, attendees at the 2019 ShowHow will again be invited to use 3D glasses to step inside modern salmon processing facilities for a unique insight into quality salmon production.

The event will offer a new immersive demo experience, inviting attendees to put on a pair of 3D glasses and walk through a modern processing facility for a unique 360° tour of quality salmon production.

Guests Speakers & Seminars

The Salmon ShowHow gives attendees the opportunity to hear what guest speakers have to say about current technologies and trends. The program also includes seminars on a range of topics designed to address key concerns of CEOs, production managers, IT managers, and other decisions makers in the salmon processing industry.

The program invites salmon processors to engage all their senses in a full exploration of salmon processing equipment and software.

About The Salmon ShowHow

Marel will demonstrate the latest and best in salmon processing technology at its 18th annual Salmon ShowHow, taking place at Progress Point in Copenhagen, Denmark, 6 February 2019.

The Salmon ShowHow has established itself as the top global forum to see and experience the latest and best salmon processing equipment. On display is a wide spectrum of Marel’s industry-leading equipment, including several new machines, standalone units, and complete integrated processing lines.

Progress Point is designed to bring experts together to experience the full potential of Marel’s equipment and integrated systems in a hands-on environment with the aim of delivering increased value to customers.

About Marel

Marel is the leading global provider of advanced equipment, systems and services to the fish, meat and poultry industries. Marel's brands – Marel, Stork Poultry Processing and Townsend Further Processing – are among the most respected in the industry. Together, they offer the convenience of a single source to meet its customers’ every need. 

With offices and subsidiaries in over 30 countries and a global network of more than 100 agents and distributors, Marel works side-by-side with its customers to extend the boundaries of food processing performance.

Source: Marel

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