Are you in the business of seafood farming? Then you know that there are clear expectations from customers, the environment, and the market in general - to handle and slaughter both fish and crustaceans in the most humane way possible.
All animals killed for food should be slaughtered humanely. This means that they must be effectively stunned, rendered instantaneously insensible, and remain unconsciousness until death supervenes.
We are ready! As the market situation changes, we want to be by your side to collaborate with these new challenges that demand more automatic systems that strengthen the safety of our customers. Hope to see you at Conxemar in Vigo, Spain - 4th, 5th and 6th October. Looking forward to good discussions and sharing our knowledge.
Earlier this year DFFU signed a contract with VARD, and now they have signed a contract with Optimar for delivery of a complete factory onboard, to be delivered in 2024. Optimar has a long history of delivering customized solutions for trawlers in the Barents. This is one of Optimar’s many areas of expertise, and to deliver this solution to DFFU is considered a declaration of trust.
When moving an industry forward, we need the large companies to take a stand. Optimar is proud to be the selected partner of Tesco when they focus on animal welfare in fish and shrimp farming among their suppliers.
Optimar continues to focus on our mission to more sustainable productions.
Da er du kanskje også opptatt av å skape høy verdi for kommende generasjoner, der 100% utnyttelse av råvarene spiller en viktig rolle. Fremtidens fiskeri krever høy grad av automasjon og robotisering, samt at digitaliseringen har en avgjørende rolle i forvaltningen av verdens marine ressurser. Meld deg på vårt studentarrangement for å høre oss dele våre erfaringer rundt dette!
Take a walk through the factory onboard Stornes in VR. When we use VR in close collaboration with our customers, we are able to detect bottle necks and possible challenges early in the engineering possess. Come and visit our stand to walk through different solutions onboard.
After over a year on sea the crew onboard Stornes has good experience in operating the processing factory onboard. Hear their description of the factory onboard.
Optimar’s new Sustainability Report shows how we are working as an organization to manage all our resources in a way that creates value not only today but for the generations to come.
As a systems integrator, we provide the time, talent, and technology required to turn your vision into reality – from initial plan to completed project. We can use our knowledge from both onboard, onshore, and fish farming - to create your best solution. Meet us at the Icelandic Fishery Expedition i June!
Over 30 years ago Optimar Spain was founded to fulfil a Norwegian contract at a local shipyard.
Sea-lice is a big challenge for the salmon industry, and we continue to work close with our customers to develop good methods of de-licing. Our new Optiflush helps reduce the temperature and secures the welfare of the fish through the process of de-licing.
We are one of the world's leading innovation companies in our field, with this comes great responsibility. Together with our customers and partners we will innovate and continue to create an industry caring for generations to come.
Achieving a good flow in the factory is crucial to get the most out of a vessel’s capacity. With a higher degree of automation you will reduce the wear and tear on the crew as well. Retrofits from Optimar will uncover the adjustments necessary to realize just that.
The mobile containers ensure versatility, and provide seafood companies the opportunity for more operating days. For instance, a fishing trawler can operate as support to aquaculture or other operations out of season.
– Optimar has been a solid partner throughout the project, both the planning, installation and implementation of our factories. If we experienced needs of smaller adjustments along the way, the Optimar team handled it, Jakob Maron Remøy says.
Another year. Another possibility to look back – before embracing new opportunities. As so many of you, we continued our interactions through Teams and didn’t travel much at all. However, we move forward with gratitude and optimism.
Optimar recently signed a significant contract with Orizon in Chile. Orizon is a leading producer of sustainable seafood, and now they have ordered a factory with a high degree of automation from Optimar.
Every minute 15 tons of plastic ends up in the ocean. As a market leader in the fishing industry and a part of the global food chain, it’s our responsibility to create value for the next generations.