Plant startup at Independent Seafood Canada Corparation (ISCC)

Plant startup at Independent Seafood Canada Corparation (ISCC)

AMOF-Fjell to produce fishmeal at first day of commissioning.

AMOF-Fjell delivered a compact fishmeal plant to the trawler F/T Sunderoey in 2020, to Independent Seafood Canada Corparation (ISCC). The trawler was from Prestfjord AS in Sortland, Norway.

Retrofit fishmeal plant
Trawler Sunderoey

Plant has the capacity of handling 48 tons of raw material per 24 hours and is designed and delivered by AMOF-Fjell Process Technology AS. The plant will produce high quality marine proteins and fish oil from fish waste and cut-offs.  The contract for the fishmeal plant was placed in May and the completion of delivery January – 2020.
Due to Covid-19, the travel restrictions have delayed the startup of the plant.

AMOF-Fjell are currently doing  commissioning & startup on the fishmeal plant with success. The plant is producing fishmeal at first day of running with raw material.

Trawler waste into profitable fish products

The AMOF-Fjell fishmeal plant converts fish waste to valuable nutritional products on board fishing trawlers. “The world needs more marine protein and nutrients. Our compact plant helps to increase the yield of these much-needed products,” says Ørjan Jansen, Project Manager at AMOF-Fjell Process Technology. Low-energy production process The AMOF-Fjell fishmeal plant boost profits for fishing trawlers. “Prices fluctuate all the time, but in Europe, fishmeal from an onboard plant sells for about one euro per kilo and fish oil brings in about two euros per litre,” says Jansen. This is the money that fishers used to throw overboard or pay to

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Completed commissioning on our 17th. fishmeal plant

Our expert team has now completed commissioning on our 17th. fishmeal plant onboard the Faroe Island company Havborg’s new freezer trawler. All parts are running as expected and the plant is ready for sea trail when it leaves the Tersan Shipyard. The CFP-70 will produce high quality marine proteins and fish oil from residual raw material from fish, with a capacity of 70 tons pr. day.

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Fishmeal plant onboard fishing vessels

Our 17th. Compact Fishmeal Plant CFP-70

Our 17th. Compact Fishmeal Plant CFP-70 is now ready for commissioning on the Faroe Island company Havborg’s new freezer trawler. The CFP-70 will produce high quality marine proteins and fish oil from residual raw material from fish with a capacity of 70tons pr day. Our expert team is now on site at Tersan for commissioning and testing.

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Ready for commissioning in Vard Vung Tau

Our 16th. Compact Fishmeal Plant CFP-60 is now ready for commissioning. The trawler is designed by VARD (Design 8 04) and is built at Vard Vung Tau – Vietnam and to be delivered in Q3 2022. The CFP-60 will produce high quality marine proteins and fishoil from residual raw material from fish. Our expert team is now on site for commissioning and testing.

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Nor-Fishing 2022

We are pleased to announce that we will be present at one of Norway’s most important meeting places Nor-Fishing 2022. We look forward to good discussions and are looking forward to meeting you. Come and visit stand A-127 and meet our team from AMOF Fjell Process Technology AS

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