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Fresh Seafood Portioning Technology

Boston Sword & Tuna has invested yet again in another machine to further adapt to our various customers' needs. This past November we purchased and installed a Marel brand product, I-Cut 11 PortionCutter. This machine grants us easy and guaranteed accurate fresh seafood portioning of our products. In other words, we now have the ability to distribute perfect Norwegian salmon portions, for example, to our customers in quantities ranging from samples to wholesale volume.Fresh Seafood

Fresh Seafood Taken to the Next Level

This machine is extremely accurate and leaves minimal waste, giving you the most out of each fillet. Furthermore, it is hygienic and very easy to clean; while also possessing the smallest footprint on the market. The technology involved in the machine is state-of-the-art, including an easy-to-operate touchscreen, a new laser vision system with a 200Hz camera that ensures extreme accuracy, high-speed portioning, remote service, and quick release belts for easy cleaning.

The I-Cut 11 PortionCutter is the ideal solution for high-value portioning of fresh seafood into fixed-weight and fixed-length portions. It has been designed with fresh seafood specific software to guarantee maximum return on investment, which further entails that our customers can enjoy savings on waste and labor costs.

BST customers now have access to perfect and fresh seafood portions, which is ideal for any restaurant or retail customers. Give us a call today to learn more about this machine and the many capabilities it has to offer!




Michael J. Scola

While earning his degree in business, Michael spent summers and winters working the floor at Boston Sword & Tuna and learning the seafood business from the ground up. As a fifth-generation fishmonger and handled different species, lumped sword and tuna, sorted through vats of haddock and cod, broke down salmon cases, graded the fish, and more. During this time, Mike was a veritable sea sponge, learning from the most-experienced seafood professionals in the game while acquiring the tools needed to be successful in this gritty industry.