keyboard_arrow_left See all news

Recent News

18 Nov, 2021 /
Looking into aquaculture’s crystal ball
It’s a big ask to request a prediction of the future, but in the Blue Economy discussi...
17 Nov, 2021 /
Capelin boom
Capelin is booming in Iceland, but marketing and climate change remain challenges.
17 Nov, 2021 /
No such thing as fish waste – everything has a use
Part of IceFish Connect, the Fish Waste for Profit Product Utilisation session brought t...
17 Nov, 2021 /
Grimsby Fish Market
Grimsby Fish Market Launches Buying App
Grimsby Fish Market is embracing digital technologies with the introduction of a new Buy...
16 Nov, 2021 /
Tub manufacturer faces challenges and opportunities
Sæplast has been producing a range of tubs, boxes and other products in Dalvík and was...
07 Jul, 2021
keyboard_arrow_left See all news

A year of big changes for Morgère

2021 is quite a year for French trawl door manufacturer Morgère, and incoming managing director Pascal Reverseau is looking forward to his first opportunity to meet customers at IceFish this year.

This year Morgère is leaving the location at the quayside in Saint Malo that it has occupied for a almost a century, and on 1st September production starts at a new production facility a few kilometres away. The move also provides opportunities for manufacturing systems to be updated, with new CNC machinery currently being installed.

Also this year, Michel Dagorn, who has managed Morgère since 2009, plans to retire and he and Pascal Reverseau are currently working side-by-side to ensure a smooth handover.

“We also have new products in development and we’re looking forward to showing these to our customers at IceFish,’ he said.

Represented in Iceland by Ísfell, Morgère’s Exocet and Osprey doors are already well known among Icelandic skippers, who appreciate the robustness and stability of these versatile trawl doors.

The demersal Exocet doors have performed well since they first hit the market, and these have been refined with an enhanced curved profile, providing optimum spread while minimising drag to keep fuel consumption down. Low-drag Osprey semi-pelagic doors also return outstanding results and are ideal for the fishing patterns of Icelandic groundfish trawlers.

“This really is a special year for Morgère, with a new factory, new products on the way – and a new director,” Pascal Reverseau said, commenting that joining the business at this time with all the current restrictions has also been a challenge – but an interesting one.

IceFish is also something of a milestone, as it’ll be his first international fishing industry event since joining Morgère.

“For months we haven’t been able to meet our customers around the world. So we are delighted that at IceFish we’ll be able to meet our partners and our customers, where we’ll also be able to present new products. Morgère has always worked closely with skippers on developing our trawl door designs, and our customers also appreciate that we are always ready to provide advice and technical assistance,” he said.

“So we are certainly looking forward to IceFish.”

If you are interested in exhibiting, sponsoring, attending or speaking at 2021 IceFish please call +44 01329 825 335 or email info@icefish.is.

International sales: Diane Lillo Tel. +44 1329 825 335 or email dlillo@mercatormedia.com

Icelandic sales: ómar Már Jónsson Tel: +354 893 8164 omar@icefish.is or Bjarni Thor Jonsson GSM: +354 896 6363 bjarni@icefish.is

Processing. Please wait.