Sirputis and Polar Algae: A Strategic Partnership for Seaweed Processing Solutions

3 02 2023

Sirputis UAB, a leading provider of seaweed farming and processing equipment, has entered into a partnership with Polar Algae AS, a cutting-edge seaweed production company. Under the agreement between the two companies Sirputis and its partner, UAB Metal Production, will provide two custom processing lines to support Polar Algae’s new seaweed processing facilities at NorSea Polarbase.

The first processing line will be dedicated to dry seaweed processing, while the second line will be designed specifically for wet seaweed processing. The delivery of these cutting-edge solutions is slated for August 2023, which will allow Polar Algae to start operations at their new facilities and continue their mission to bring sustainable, high-quality seaweed products to market.

This partnership represents a significant step forward for both Sirputis and Polar Algae, as it will allow them to collaborate on new innovations in the seaweed processing industry. It also showcases Sirputis’ commitment to providing customized solutions for its clients, ensuring that each customer’s unique needs and requirements are met.

Polar Algae’s new seaweed processing facilities at NorSea Polarbase will play a vital role in helping the company meet the growing demand for sustainable seaweed products, while also helping to reduce the environmental impact of seaweed production. This partnership is a testament to the commitment of both companies to finding innovative solutions to the challenges faced by the seaweed industry, and will help drive the industry forward into a sustainable and profitable future.

In conclusion, Sirputis and Polar Algae’s partnership is a step in the right direction, and we are excited to see what the future holds for the seaweed processing industry. This collaboration will help to set new standards in the industry, and we are confident that it will play a crucial role in advancing the sustainable growth of the seaweed industry.

Photo by Caroline G Haukeland.