Transforming Arabian poultry processing
At our stand #09.R011, we will particularly emphasize the TargetBatcher, evisceration, further processing and water treatment. VIV MEA will be held in the National Exhibition Center in Abu Dhabi, UAE, from 22 to 24 November 2021.
In Arabian and East-African countries, processing plants are growing in size. Therefore, their level of automation needs to increase too. No matter the capacity, be it 1,000 or 15,000 broilers per hour, Marel Poultry is always able to supply the made-to-measure systems and services with an appropriate level of automation. By connecting our global knowledge to local solutions, we can propose tailor-made solutions to suit the Middle Eastern or African market. We always strive to add the most value to your processes, respecting local, cultural and religious regulations as well as sustainability.
At our Marel booth, we will have on display the TargetBatcher, a system that can have many useful applications in the Middle East. It can be used to reduce giveaway to an absolute minimum when packing fixed-weight styled trays. With 7 high-accuracy individual scales and 14 holding bins, the Target Batcher selects the best combination of products in the fraction of a second. It’s a labor-saving solution because only one operator is needed to feed the system manually. TargetBatcher can handle fresh and frozen cut-up poultry products, breast fillets as well as legs or wings.
We will also zoom in on evisceration. By means of a physical drawing unit, we can show the effective and efficient operation of the Nuova eviscerator. For many years now, Nuova is renowned for rehanging the viscera pack to a separate shackle. In this way, giblet harvesting can be done much more hygienically, optimizing the shelf life of what can be sensible products. In the Middle East and East Africa, chicken livers, gizzards and hearts are sold as separate products and therefore it is useful to carefully process these products. Marel Poultry supplies the appropriate systems and solutions to automate the giblet harvesting processes with optimum yield, quality and hygiene, securing food safety.