The Rybpromresurs participants at Agroprodmash share information about their products and trends of equipment for the fish processing industry.
“Today new equipment is acquired mainly by large businesses. The largest part of it is used at newly constructed shore-based factories for processing salmonid fishes and nelma. For the most part we are talking about the Kamchatka and Khabarovsk regions; to a lesser degree it happens in the Sakhalin region,” says Artyom Komarov, the head of the advertising and marketing department of the Technological Equipment company. At Agroprodmash 2016 the company will showcase equipment for fish and roe processing. It will especially be interesting to enterprises engaged in deep processing. One of the exhibits is the latest roe separator which is capable to extract salmon, cod and pollock roe without changing components and assemblies. It ensures that extraction of salmon roe from defrosted skein is 10–20% higher than when using Japanese counterparts.
General Director of Haarslev Industries OOO Eduard Lobyan says that the main reason why Russian manufacturers cannot reach the level of production of western countries is outdated equipment. The company’s focus is design and manufacture of equipment, and setup of units for processing of livestock and fish waste. About 20% of Haarslev Industries’s products connected with processing of fish byproducts. “There is a shortage of fish flour. According to the official figures, the annual demand for fish flour, mainly for poultry and pig farming, is 420 thousand tons, but only 80 thousand tons are produced,” says Eduard Lobyan.
X-City, a newcomer to Agroprodmash, is going to demonstrate a wide range of equipment for primary processing of salmonid fishes: automated processing of salmonid fishes, automated weighing sorter, roe separator, fish binding conveyors, aquaculture incubators, spawning gravels, and other equipment necessary for fish farming.
Rybtehcentr participates in Agroprodmash following the announcement of the coming program of re-equipment of the Russian fishing fleet. The company joins forces with its Polish partners to demonstrate a line of construction of fishing boats custom made at Russian dockyards using Russian equipment.
Agroprodmash 2016 will be the first edition to introduce the Rybpromresurs salon showcasing solutions for the fish industry and the whole technological chain of the industry from catch, primary processing, delivery, storage, processing to packaging, transportation and sale. The expected participants are Marel, Bluher, Baader, Skaginn, Technological Equipment, Rybtehcentr, Rosoma, X-City, Jasko, Antes, Omega Group, and others.
Agroprodmash 2016, Russia’s largest show of technological solutions for 30 sectors of the food processing industry, will run at Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow, Russia, on 10–14 October 2016. The show is attended by more than 20,000 professional visitors from 59 countries. More than 700 companies from 34 countries showcase machinery, equipment, ingredients and technology for the food and food processing industry.