Atunlo, a European leader in processing and commercialising tuna by-products, and Scanfish, a leading fresh and frozen fish marketing company, have sealed a strategic deal by means of which tuna by-products will be available in retail chains and food services for the European market.
The agreement between these two leading sector companies is aimed at popularising European products made with “sustainable and high-quality tuna” among consumers.
ATUNLO is tuna’s leading brand, possessing all of the market’s certifications in order to guarantee not only respectful and sustainable tuna fishing, but also the best working conditions for all those employed in the production chain.
A strategic alliance between the world leader in the sale of salmon and specialists in added value and Scanfisk, leaders in fresh and frozen fish and specialists in maritime, land and air logistics.
STOLT SEA FARM
Stolt Sea Farm, a world leader in premium aquaculture, a subsidiary of the multinational Norwegian Stolt-Nielsen and Scanfisk Seafood, Spanish leading company in the processing and marketing of fresh and frozen fish, have entered into a marketing agreement turbot and sole frozen for Europe, in the retail and food service channels.
A strategic alliance that optimizes the respective synergies to accelerate the development of this category of products in the European market.
ULTRAFISH is a pioneering Scanfisk project whose main objective is to integrate a form of fish processing (thawed and rehydrated) into our production process, based on the use of ultrasound and ultraviolet.
After the total implementation of the ULTRAFISH project in Scanfisk, we will achieve an average increase of 5 days in the useful life of the product, eliminating the use of additives and offering a natural product.
In addition, as an added value, the process significantly reduces production and processing times in the different phases, by means of a technology that positively affects the reduction of energy consumption.
Find out more about the Scanfisk Ultrafish project at: www.ultrafish.com