Skaginn 3X has signed major pre-engineering contracts with Russian and South Korean companies that are planning to modernise and automate their fish processing for more efficiency, quality and yield.
Russian fisheries companies Magadanryba and Yuzhno-Kurilskiy Rybokombinat contracted Skaginn 3X to help automate their fish processing procedures, as did South Korea’s Hyeseung Fisheries which is developing a new onshore processing facility.
“With the success of our recent onshore projects for Russian fish processors JSC Gidrostroy and V.I. Lenin, we have become an important partner to many of the companies in both Russia and Asia that are seeking to automate their processes and develop new modern facilities,” said Arnar Friðrik Albertsson, head of sales engineering at Skaginn 3X.
Skaginn 3X’s experts help create scalable procedures based on the latest fish processing knowledge and best practices that are adapted to each client according to their needs. “It is important for processors to have the right advice from the start to prevent complications down the line,” explained Valeriy Akbashev, Skaginn 3X’s representative in Russia.
These new pre-engineering contracts are unique, requiring a customized approach and a great deal of flexibility during the design process. “Once these contracts mature into sales, the accumulated value will be well over €40 million,” said Arnar Friðrik Albertsson.