Cflow acknowledges the aquaculture industry's need to reduce loss and better exploitation of its resources. Therefore, Cflow has developed a compact and mobile processing factory, which is designed with hygiene, food safety and fish welfare in mind.
Cflow takes necessary precautions in line with government recommendations to stop the spread of Covid-19. At the same time, we do what we can to maintain normal operations for production and administration, and all inquiries are received and answered to the same extent as under normal circumstances.
Cflow is constantly expanding and we pride ourselves in being able to attract skilled professionals from a range of educational backgrounds. Together we can develop and provide the best solutions for fish handling and aquaculture. This promises well for the future of the industry. Improved solutions and new ways of cultivating the ocean will result in a positive ripple effect for the environment and for sustainable operations, whilst a focus on the health and welfare of the fish throughout their life cycle is imperative for profitability and the quality of the product.
Photo: Hilde Hurlen
Welcoming in the New Year provides a respite to reflect over the past year, and the challenges faced by the industry during that year. The transition to 2020 also provides an opportunity to take a peek into the near future, to consider how the industry will develop in the coming year.
Photo: Vasco Pinhol
The local industrial company Cflow in Langevåg is working to create ever better solutions for products and services in the field of fish handling. The focus is always on fish welfare and the environment. We can therefore say that innovative, knowledgeable managers and employees of the company are shaping the aquaculture industry and driving it forward. At the same time, they make working life better for end users all over the world. Operations are streamlined and more sustainable. Some unconventional choices, great courage and ability to see solutions proved to be success factors for the mechanical industrial company that started in 2002. During these years, Cflow has gone from about ten employees to almost one hundred.
From the archive: The Cflow facility under construction
The aquaculture industry in Norway is one of the country’s most important industries. Every year great values are drawn from the ocean around the nation’s coastline, satisfying hungry people across the world. An increase in population, resulting in an increased demand for food globally, makes this industry even more important in the years to come.
Annalin Fasting and Maiken Svinøy are two of the four biologists at Cflow. During their studies at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Ålesund, they had not envisaged that they would have the opportunity to work in an industrial company. However, nowadays, they work closely with various professions in Cflow, focussing on fish welfare at all stages.
We are looking for two result-oriented, enthusiastic and outgoing Sales Managers for our Aqua business team.
The potential for sustainable value creation in the ocean is vast. Today, only 2% of the aggregated food production comes from the ocean. In 2050 it is estimated that there will be roughly nine billion people on earth, and we need about 70% more global food production. In order to meet the need for a healthy diet we have to invest in products and processes that are environmentally sound and provident, which includes products and food from the ocean.
18 September 2019 – Norwegian shipowner Frøy Rederi has chosen Cflow Fish Handling AS (Cflow) to deliver a complete fish handling system to what will become the world’s largest wellboat.Photo: Møre Maritime AS/Frøy Rederi AS