Seafood Expo North America 2020 Boston is canceled!15 March 2020
From 14 to 16 March the Seafood Expo & Processing North America 2019 would take place again in Boston.
But the organisation from the Seafood Expo North America decided to cancel the exhibition in connection with worldwide spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
We support their decision, it was a hard decision but for now it’s better to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Seagriculture 2020 (online conference)01 January 1970
At the 24th en 25th of September we as Murre Technologies will be represented at the Seagriculture. The Seagriculture is an event whereby different from different countries will hold a speech about different subjects in the seaweed industry.
In combination with this conference there is also a Trade Show. We as Murre Technologies are participants of this Trade Show and like to talk with you about processing/harvesting/sowing of seaweed. We are specialized in making machines for this ind...
In development: Multifunctional sowing/harvesting machine for seaweed01 July 2019
Murre Technologies has taken the iniative in developing a new multifunctional seaweed sowing/harvestingmachine, by order of the project: “Wier & Wind“. It is a project of Interreg Vlaanderen-Nederland.
Project description from Murre Technologies:
Design and build a multifunctional machine, what can be placed as a skid at a ship. This machine has the two functions of sowing and harvesting the seaweed in the Northsea.
Together with 6 partners this project aims ...
Approval for project: Development of modern seaweed processing line22 February 2018
In cooperation with Seaweed Harvest Holland, Murre Technologies received approval and financial help from the Ministry of Economic and the Province Zeeland for the project: Development of modern seaweed processing line.
Bottleneck in the cultivation of seaweed in the Netherlands is that the cultivation takes place on a small scale, because large-scale automated processing is not yet possibl...
Name change Concept Engineers22 December 2017
Our supplier for optical sorters, Concept Engineers, has changed its name to Optimum Sorting. Recently, the company was taken over by a Flemish investment company. The five shareholders of the Eindhoven company sold the majority of their interests to the Belgian Optimum last summer. This is a company of two Flemish people who earned their spurs at Best Sorting in the market for sorting machines. Paul Berghmans was co-founder and CEO of that company and, with his investment company Pentahold, ...