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New Börkur with new Twister trawl doors
Sildarvinnslan's new pelagic trawler arrived in Iceland on thursday and will they be spreading their trawls with a set of Vónin's new pelagic trawl doors. The Twister trawl doors, which have been used by Høgaberg and Tróndur í Gøtu have already proven to a have very high spreading power and fantastic stability where the vessels have been able to make impressive sharp turns.
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Investing in engineering
Vónin has acquired Danish engineering and design company Volu Ventis. Based in Silkeborg, Volu Ventis and its managing director Søren Hjort have a long background in the energy and green tech sectors, specialising in aerodynamics and hydrodynamics. Volu Ventis will be fully integrated into Vónin’s research and development structure.
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Experienced trawl specialist joins Vónin’s pelagic team
The well known and experienced trawl specialist Oddmar Ørvarodd has joined the Vónin pelagic sales team. Oddmar comes from a position as a chief trawl master onboard the Nikolay Telenkov that has been trawling in West Africa...
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Mekhanik Sergey Agapov opted for Tornado again
Arriving directly from Kirkenes the Russian pelagic factory trawler Mekhanik Sergey Agapov came to Fuglafjørður harbour to take onboard their new set of Tornado trawl doors. Mekhanik Sergey Agapov has been using Tornado trawl doors since 2018, and the results have been so satisfactory that they have opted again for a new set of Tornado.
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2600 scores on scattered fish
Vónin’s 2600 metre trawl, a scaled-up version of the successful 2300 trawl, has been in use by a number of Faroese vessels this year, with Gøtunes (ex-Gitte Henning), Tróndur í Gøtu and Arctic Voyager all reporting good results, while a fourth Faroese pelagic vessel has also ordered a 2600 trawl...

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