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Aqua Nor 2021

Since 1979, Aqua Nor has been an important international meeting place for the aquaculture industry, and it is today the world’s largest aquaculture technology exhibition.
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Cleaning up the coastline!

On Tuesday the 1st of June, Sæplast teamed up with the 9th grade of Dalvíkurskóli to pick up trash on the shore. From the estuaries of Svarfaðardalsá all the way over to the garbage disposal station. From there the walk went on to the harbor area walking back east along the shore on the other side forming a good circle.
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New Sæplast 650L PE container!

Sæplast recently presented a new member to the Sæplast family of containers, the 650L PE.
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Certification of "Framúrskarandi fyrirtæki"

For 11 years, Creditinfo has conducted an analysis of the operations of Icelandic companies and given "Framúrskarandi fyrirtæki" recognition for their success. Purposeful preparation and tireless work underlie excellent results. Certification of "Framúrskarandi fyrirtæki" is an important part of the marketing efforts of those who want to strengthen the trust of customers and partners.
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J-210

The SÆPLAST J-210 is specially designed for small commerical fishing vessels and sport fishing enthusiasts. It is light, tough and easy to handle.
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Threefold tracking option

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CELEBRATING TEN YEARS OF THE QUIET REVOLUTION

The revolution in the handling of both wet and dry goods in food production environments is celebrating its tenth anniversary. The introduction of the Sæplast Buggy B200 PE at the beginning of 2010 offered a variety of user-friendly and health & safety benefits that provided a step change from the traditional stainless steel versions that had dominated the market up until then.
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Verk og vit 2020 postponed

The executive board of Verk and vit exhibition has, following consultation with the Director of Public Health and the partners of the exhibition, decided to postpone the exhibition, which was meant to go ahead in Laugardalshöll from the 12th to the 15th of March, until the 15th-18th of October 2020. In the light of the COVID-19-virus, the executive board of the exhibition must put the health and interest of exhibition participants, service providers and guests first. This decision is made now, before the operation of setting up the exhibition would start. Verk og vit has established itself as the celebratory exhibition of the construction sector. The last Verk og vit exhibition in 2018 attracted approximately 25.000 people. With reference to the nature of the exhibition, and the number of people likely to attend, it would prove difficult to follow fully the guidance of the Civil Protection Department. To safeguard the health and safety of exhibition participants and guests, the exhibition is, as outlined above, postponed until October 2020.
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Pallet Advantages Stack Up

Sæplast, a brand of Berry Global, is launching three new polyethylene pallets, offering a safe, easy-handling and hygienic storage and transport solution that is able to cope with the tough conditions of food processing factories and warehouses.
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Fish & folk – 150 years of fisheries

The Reykjavík Maritime Museum opened their new permanent exhibition in June this year and is intended to entertain and educate, and to be equally of interest to those familiar with the fisheries and their history, and those who have no experience of the sea.
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