The barge is designed to withstand the toughest conditions.
Emilsen Chose AKVA Group as Barge Supplier
Emilsen Fisk prepares for the future with the order of a new feed barge from AKVA group.As Emilsen Fisk increases the production of salmon, they require a top-equipped barge, which can withstand all kinds of weather and wind and which can be used in any location.
“Since 2005, we have been supplied with feed barges from AKVA group and are therefore well acquainted with the barges and the equipment. So, it was an easy choice when we needed a new and bigger barge. It is important to us that the operators have the opportunity to live on the barge, in case we change locations in the future. We will have five feed barges from AKVA group with the new barge,” says Production Manager Robert Aakvik at Emilsen Fisk.
Emilsen Fisk is a modern, sustainable and forward-looking operation, where the focus is on utilizing every gram of potential that lies in the raw materials the sea provides.
The feed barge is delivered with 650T feed capacity and an 8-line feeding system with airborne feed transport. The barge contains a control room with a kitchen, and space for daily operations and meetings. A great bathroom with toilet and shower, wardrobe with cupboard and washing machine is also part of the inventory.
Can be located at any location
The barge is designed to withstand the toughest conditions, therefore Emilsen Fisk has great flexibility for where they want to place the barge in the future.
"We have chosen a feeding facility with airborne transport of the feed out to the cages. We have always had a good experience with airborne feeding. With a battery pack in combination with generator operation, we get a significant saving on fossil fuel, and thus a reduction in CO2 emissions. In addition, there is less noise," he says.
Emilsen Fisk is a proud family business, which for generations has refined fish of the highest quality.
The feed barge is of the type AC 650 Panorama and will be delivered from Tallinn in November 2023 and will be in operation in November in the Rørvik area.
“Our production is increasing, and in line with that, we need a larger feed barge, which is ready for use with top equipment and all facilities. If we are to keep up with the times, we must upgrade and get ready for the future,” says Aakvik.
Good digital solutions
The feeding barge is supplied with the latest generation of AKVA connect, which takes care of feeding, camera management and barge management. The barge is delivered with feeding facilities, energy supply, control rooms and specially adapted equipment such as silage systems, camera systems and a wide range of integrated special adaptations. The barge has 12 silos and is delivered with 2x250kva generators in combination with an AKVA hybrid battery pack.
Emilsen Fisk requires a top-equipped barge, which can withstand all kinds of weather and wind and which can be used in any location.
About Emilsen Fisk
Emilsen Fisk is based in Lauvøya, a short drive from Rørvik in Nærøysund, Norway. Emilsen Fisk is a proud family business, which for generations has refined fish of the highest quality.
Emilsen Fisk is a relatively small player in a large industry. The company is a modern, sustainable and forward-looking operation, where the focus is on utilizing every gram of potential that lies in the raw materials the sea provides.Today, it is Roy Emilsen who leads the company, and the Emilsen family is still the core of this tradition-rich company.With constantly new legs to stand on, Emilsen Gruppens is gearing up for the future.
The new feeding barge is supplied with the latest generation of AKVA connect.
About AKVA group
AKVA groupis the world’s leading supplier of both plastic and steel pens and has more than 45 years history. AKVA group is present in all markets with offices in Norway, Chile, Denmark, Scotland, Spain, Greece, Iceland, Canada, Australia and Turkey. AKVA group is a unique partner with the capability to offer both cage farming and land based aquaculture operations with complete technical solutions and service.
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