Meat, Poultry And Seafood Market Global Briefing 2018

Meat, Poultry And Seafood Market Global Briefing 2018

  • December 2017 •
  • 35 pages •
  • Report ID: 5292794 •
  • Format: PDF
The meat & fish industry includes establishments involved in animal slaughtering and processing, poultry processing and seafood product preparation and packaging.

This industry is further classified as
i) General Animal Slaughtering, Rendering And Processing
ii) Poultry Processing
iii) Seafood Product Preparation And Packaging

The global meat, poultry and seafood market was estimated to be around $1270 billion as of 2017. The global meat, poultry and seafood made up around 22% of the overall food and beverages market in 2017. The meat, poultry and seafood market was the largest market in the global food and beverages market in 2017.

Robotics And Automation In Meat Processing
Meat processing companies are adopting robotics and automation technology to maximize production efficiency. Robotic systems automate deboning, cutting, butchering, and monitoring processes in meat production.

This decreases cycle times and increases throughput. Automation enables meat processing companies to improve plant conditions, reduce contamination, and makes meat processing safer for workers as well as consumers. Robots can help manufacturers in transferring a wide range of meat and sausages from conveyor belts to trays at a rate of up to 240 cycles per minute.

Plants with fixed automation systems increase yields by at least 2-3% over workers. For example, Image-Meater from CSB is a special hardware and software solution which fully classifies the sides of the pork automatically into different quality levels. Also, JBS, world’s largest meat processor, has acquired a majority stake in Scott Technology Ltd., a leading robotics manufacturer, to automate its meat processing plants to capitalize on the growing demand for automation in meat processing plants.
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