Rockville, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/29/2018 -- Increased Meat Demand and Hence Production Across Developed and Emerging Economies to Present Lucrative Growth Options for Derinding Machines Market
Commercial meat processing has witnessed a steady growth owing to increased preference for protein rich food products across regions such as Japan, UAE, Iraq, Cuba and United States and other emerging economies. For instance, demand for pork in China hit its peak in 2017. The country reflected the highest consumption of meat than any other region. In 2017, about 74 million tons of pork and poultry consumption was witnessed in China. Additionally, in the developed world, especially in Japan, Europe, and the United States, "super-demand" cycle for meat is being observed currently. Japan's meat consumption is expected to grow at a significant rate in 2018. According to the USDA (U.S Department of Agriculture) analysis, Japan recorded increased imports of pork (nearly 8 percent) in 2017. Moreover, Europe being the primary exporter of pork, accounted for 36 percent share in the Japanese market in 2017. USDA revealed that players involved in the meat processing in Europe have gained higher traction from Japan as well as China, which has in turn provided potential growth opportunities for key stakeholders involved in the manufacturing of derinding machines. Overall, the adoption of derinding machines is anticipated to witness steady growth owing to increased meat production and consumption, ultimately aiding the growth of the global derinding machines market.
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Robotics and Meat Processing – Trend Complementing Growth in Adoption of Derinding Machines
Outcome of high end automation and robotics has resulted in increased profitability in meat processing operations. Companies involved in meat processing business as well as independent manufacturers of processed meat are opting for automation and robotic intelligence in order to avoid production stagnancy owing to workforce retirement and fatigue. For instance, productivity of meat processors can be considerably enhanced using a three dimensional X-ray sensors that can examine bone structures as well as determine bone locations thus notifying the cutting tools. In addition, robotic cutters can be programmed analogously that can provide higher degree of meat production with negligible or zero processing/skinning errors. Robotic intervention in meat processing can complement large scale cutting operations significantly improving the production as compared to conventional vision processing systems. Consequently, incorporation of robotics in derinding machines is expected to spur their adoption in the meat processing industry thus providing a push to the growth of the global derinding machines market.
Maximize Profits With Maximized Yield Using Automated Derinding Machines
With a view to gain high degree of cut control for various kinds meat, for instance pork, key players are investing the development of automatic derinding machines that feature higher cutting widths, low maintenance and increased durability. For instance, Maja's new BXAplus, the new generation of automatic derinding machines offer higher cutting widths of 434mm, 554 mm and 754 mm that can be used for derinding of entire pork including back fat, belly, neck, jowl, shoulder cap and ham cap. It provides automatic cut control in conjunction with a novel and highly sophisticated technology used for pressure fixation that eliminates the use of compressed air or photoelectric barriers, yet promises maximum yield. With this development, meat can be derined efficiently with less than one percent of rind residue. In addition, the knife holder on this machine has quick locking system that does not require removal for the purpose of knife changing or cleaning. This allows consistency in derinding offering better results. The advent of automated derinding machines, thereby, can result into higher profits owing to less downtime and hence faster ROI, which is expected to auger well for the growth of the global derinding machines market during the period of assessment.
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Key stakeholders involved in the manufacturing of derinding machines have been developing advanced automated Conveyorized derinding machines considering the quality and efficiency demand from end users. For example, Cretel NV has developed 562A automatic derinding machine for membrane skinning and derinding of meat that features in-feed and out-feed conveyor that is easily adjustable for use in the production line. Additionally, 562A consumes less energy while offering enhanced operational efficiency and durability. Such developments have are expected to bode well for the growth of the global derinding machines market marked with increasing adoption to carry out derinding of various types of meat. Key participants involved in the global derinding machines market are MAJA- Maschinenfabrik, Nock Group, Mavitec, Kiremko, Cretel NV, MCM Company, Bettcher Industries and Weber Maschinenbau GmbH.