Karsten Moholt and Austevoll Laksepakkeri enter into framework agreement

The salmon processing plant Austevoll Laksepakkeri, represented by factory manager Per Kristian Bjånesøy, and Karsten Moholt AS, represented by sales engineer Kim Hugo Paulsen, have entered into a framework agreement for service, maintenance and condition monitoring of electromechanical equipment.

The salmon processing plant Austevoll Laksepakkeri, represented by factory manager Per Kristian Bjånesøy, and Karsten Moholt AS, represented by sales engineer Kim Hugo Paulsen, have entered into a framework agreement for service, maintenance and condition monitoring of electromechanical equipment.

The agreement covers a broad range of services from workshop and field service to sales of new equipment and delivery of spare parts. Web analysis and 3D scanning is also included in the agreement.

Austevoll Laksepakkeri was founded in 1975, and after several upgrades it is now a modern facility that processes, packages and freezes salmon and pelagic fish. Their products are exported worldwide.

Per Kristian from the salmon processing plant states that the agreement is a definite step towards making sure that we use the most advanced condition monitoring methods. This way we can prevent breakdowns in the best possible way and ensure uptime. And at the same time we will get maintenance work done where and when it is needed.

Kim-Hugo says that this is an exciting continuation of the good collaboration between Karsten Moholt AS and the salmon processing plant. He adds that the information provided through condition monitoring makes it possible to better adapt the operations and maintenance to the remaining service life of the machine. This is very useful, as Austevoll Laksepakkeri also has a seasonal production of pelagic fish.

Karsten Moholt AS is very grateful for the confidence and look forward to continued collaboration with the salmon processing plant. This is a significant agreement in our commitment to fisheries and aquaculture.

The electromechanical family business from Bergen is a centre of competence for electromechanical equipment, and a competitive supplier of equipment within its field of expertise.

‘The agreement is a definite step towards making sure that we use the most advanced condition monitoring methods’, says Bjånesøy. ‘This way we can prevent breakdowns in the best possible way and ensure uptime. And at the same time we will get maintenance work done where and when it is needed.’