The cooperation network Fish. Innovation. Technology. (FIT) combines technology-oriented companies and processing enterprises of the fish industry with innovation experts to strengthen the innovative capacity and competitiveness.
Bremerhaven, June 2015. Fish processing plants are currently facing many challenges. Shorter product life cycles, more hygiene and legislation, as well as high quality standards intensify cost pressure. Energy and resource efficiency employ the company more than ever.
The new nationwide network project fish. Innovation. Technology. (FIT), coordinated by ttz Bremerhaven, is here. The aim is to connect different areas of technology wisely to improve the innovative capacity and competitiveness of each company. This begins with the exchange of ideas and leads to joint development and marketing projects.
topics such as energy-efficient thawing methods, the physical preservation of fish products, innovative packaging concepts and the efficient use of raw materials will also be processed on the network. The existing competencies of the partners cover the manufacture and trade of fish products, refrigeration and air conditioning, ultrasonic humidification technology, as well as special machines and plants. The founding members are the German lake GmbH, FIMEX GmbH, Christian Goedeken jr. GmbH, Helmut Stanislaus GmbH, Munz GmbH, RFT Fresh GmbH, ROSOMA GmbH and the ttz Bremerhaven
The network is open to other companies from the Fish industry. In particular, mechanical engineering and fish processors are encouraged to contact the network. The first network meeting is scheduled for early July 2015 Bremerhaven.
interested more information on Benjamin Küther, ttz Bremerhaven, under Phone: +49 471 80934 – 905 or email: email@example.com
With the help of a promotion in. Central Innovation Programme for SMEs of the Ministry of Economy and Energy, participating in the network company initially for one year support from a network manager who assists them in finding ideas, the Projektskizzierung and the application of funds.
The promotion of the network was approved in April 2015 by the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy. A joint project proposal for an Innovation project has been requested by three network partners in the Central Innovation Programme for SMEs with a volume of 695,000 euros.
The ttz Bremerhaven is an independent research institute which conducts applied research and development. Under the umbrella of ttz Bremerhaven, an international team of experts is working in the areas of food, environment and health. For over 25 years it supports companies of all sizes in the planning and implementation of innovation projects and the acquisition of appropriate funding at national and European level.
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