Supported by:





Thursday, May 29, 2014

29/05/14: FAIVRE



An Innovating Manufacturer

In the 1950's Claude FAIVRE was originally a miller who then became a fish farmer. He missed the mechanization associated with milling, so he decided to build machines that would make the work of fish farmers less difficult. So he created the first automatic calibrator for trout known as "The Calibromatic". Continuing to be inspired by the mill he adopted the idea of using pipes to transport fish, So, the foundations of fish farming mechanization were built - starting its story in 1958 it continues to this day.




FAIVRE boasts an international presence in more then five continents and thirty countries, using its next generation factory to cut, weld and fold steel with laser precision. Working in collaboration with its 3D engineering design department it is able to provide its customers with the best customizations and quotes possible

Learn More About FAIVRE here

The Aquaculturists
This blog is maintained by The Aquaculturists staff and is supported by the magazine International Aquafeed which is published by Perendale Publishers Ltd.

No comments:

Post a Comment