Both Marine Harvest Norway and Lerøy Vest are now using Biomass Daily to measure the size of their fish.
Both Marine Harvest Norway and Lerøy Vest are now using Biomass Daily to measure the size of their fish. Atle Toskedal, Vaki service man in Bergen, and Holmgeir Gudmundsson, Chief Engineer at Vaki, installed this new system at the sites Buksevika at Marine Harvest in Agder and Skår at Lerøy Vest. Marine Harvest has been using the standard biomass counters from Vaki for years, and Leiv Tvenning at MH feels this is the next natural step to take for further progressing in that area. They will be following the fish at Buksevika closely and Espen Larsen, the site manager, is excited about the results he is going to achieve.
Pål Tangvik og Gunnar Steinn Gunnarsson at Lerøy Vest are equally interested. They will be harvesting the fish at Skår this autumn, so they will get a good compare to the harvesting results.
The Biomass Daily is now available on a web-based solution, with the right log in rights it is possible to access the data from any computer linked to the internet.