Gutting and Inspection Session Smart, clean and precise princess-cutting at revolutionary speed – fully automatic or manual
In this episode of the Salmon Sessions, Chris Brow and Dennis Schreiber, Vice President Sales & Service at BAADER, talk about the defining factors of a perfect gutting process.
Hauke Schröder-Grewe, Head of Project Department at BAADER, explains how the BAADER 144 achieves its maximum efficiency when connected to an entire gutting and inspection solution. René Hensel, Electrical Designer at BAADER, emphasises the BAADER 144 as an intelligent self-controlling and regulating machine and focuses in his considerations on features such as user and maintenance friendliness.
With Chris Brow, Dennis Schreiber, Hauke Schröder-Grewe and René Hensel
2:01 min | Release Date 15.10.2020
Vice President Sales & Service
Dennis Schreiber has been working for BAADER since 2001 in various positions and countries. His experience ranges from designing, selling and project managing processing line solutions for various species to general management. After BAADER acquired Seafood Innovations in 2013 he moved to Australia to manage the know-how-transfer into the BAADER. In 2015, he relocated to Seattle, US to take on the North American Fish & General Foods market as CEO of BAADER North America. Since August 2020, he assumes the position of Vice President for Sales & Service in the BAADER Headquarter in Germany. He is married with two kids.
Head of Projects Department
With over 20 years of experience in project and program management with a focus on turnkey solutions in the energy and pharmaceutical industry, Hauke was well equipped to take on the position of Head of Project Department at BAADER in 2016. For his job, he is always ready for frequent trips abroad. While busy there, he values his exposure to the nature of the fishing countries. It was also likely one of his early trips to a Nordic country that inspired his love for ice hockey. He has been an active hockey player with a professional coaching license for over 40 years.
René started in 2008 as an apprentice electrical engineer at BAADER and quickly rose to the research and development department, R&D. Today he is an Electrical Designer for salmon projects. When he is not working on the development of new patented innovations, he accompanies installations on site as well as at trade fairs and events. Back in Lübeck, Germany, he protects his neighbours as a member of the voluntary fire brigade.