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September 22, 2022

New contract in the fishery market

We do look forward to Nor-Fishing 2022

one of the most important meeting places for our PE Bjørdal team as well as the entire fishing and aquaculture industry. You'll find us at stand F-510.

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Our suitcase of experiences, new knowledge and products, have had an immense growth the last years and now span the following:

Pollock Trawlers

Pollock trawlers factory processing pollock, hake and byproducts such as roe, milk and liver as well as meal and oil. We have designed the largest factories up to 600 tons pr day catch, including all process equipment, freezers, and on-board logistics.

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Trawlers and Long Liners

Trawlers and long liners with the most advanced HG and fillet factory including freezers, freezing hotel for robotized sorting of final product cartons, and included palletizer system. All for a rational and lean production.

On Board and On Shore snow- and king crab

On board and on shore - snow- and king crab factories processing up to 60 tons pr day of final frozen market ready high-quality products.

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Island Scallop Factory

Island scallop factory processing up to 100 tons of raw materials pr day, producing graded, final frozen and glazed products in market ready cartons.

Salmon Bleeding Vessel

Salmon bleeding vessel, complete system from sea to shore- including fish pumps, filters, grader, bleeding robots, bleeding screw and washing system for factory, pipes and fish tanks. The system is designed for 50 tons pr hour capacity but might easily be scaled upwards.

Salmon De-lice Vessel

Salmon de-lice vessel with up to 600 tons pr hour capacity, all fish logistics, gentle removing of cleaner – and scrap fish as well as de-liceing of the salmon.

Bjørdal Automation System

Bjørdal Automation System for all the above references with local control of machines, local control of machine and system status, sentral reporting of system status and production as well as cloud accessibility. Proven, reliable and not least – user friendly and adaptable on all levels.

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The Team

We have the team to deliver, install and support your choice of system.

Do you want to have a look at - or know more about the factories or equipment?

Stop by our stand F- 510, book a meeting upfront the exhibition or send us an email.

Team Bjørdal

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PE Bjørdal Sales

PE Bjørdal have signed a new contract for delivery of factory for the new build Polarbris, at Karstensen Shipyard, for the shipowner Polarbris.

The contract includes an efficient and rational factory, Bjørdal Automation System, Bjørdal factory equipment and installation services. Delivery will take place at the end of 2022.

The factory is developed for a combined fishing season through the year with flexibility to produce and freeze HG cod, saithe and haddoc in addition to fishing and freezing of calanus.

Polarbris is a coastal fishing vessel equipped for danish seining with a Length of 43,5 meter and a widht of 11,5 meter. Design is by Karstensen Shipyard.

PE Bjørdal has through the years become known for developing efficient and flexible factories for both white fish and king - / snowcrab in addition to a thorough compethence in seafood processing. This contract is clearly a result of this experience.

We have throughout the last year signed a number of different factory contracts for delivery into 2023 and we are proud that also Kjell-Gunnar Hoddevik and his partner Johnny Årvik, in Polarbris, have chosen PE Bjørdal as supplier for this project.

Bjørdal Automation System and factory equipment will be produced in Norway.

Bjørn Meek, CEO of PE Bjørdal, states:

It is a pleasure that also Polarbris choses PE Bjørdal as supplier and this confirms our position in the fishery market. It is also good to see another fine recognition of all parts of PE Bjørdal that makes this possible.

In the picture of contract signing, from left

Kent Damgård (Karstensen Shipyard) , Per Magne Gjerde and Kjell-Gunnar Hoddevik (Polarbris)

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