Gutting and filleting machines

HISTORY

Kroma A/S is a family-owned company that is deeply rooted in the Danish engineering industry. The company dates all the way back to 1915, so we have a long tradition of manufacturing machinery for the industry in both Denmark and abroad.

1975 marked the beginning of Kroma’s production of machinery for the fish processing industry. The primary product was the popular Ravnstrup trout portion gutting machine.

In the beginning, it was only equipment for the trout industry that was developed and manufactured. It was first in the middle of the 1980s that we developed our first mackerel gutting machine. This machine was sold exclusively to smokehouses in Denmark and abroad.
At the beginning of the 21st century, the company changed its name to Kroma A/S. The focus also shifted much more towards product development – with an added strategic approach.

More products were launched on the market throughout the 2000s, but they were all related to the primary fish processing industry.
As Ivan Kristensen took over the controlling interest in the company in 2013, Kroma A/S moved to its current premises at 22, Rævevej in Skive.

See our timeline below for additional information.

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2015

100th anniversary in the iron and machinery industry and 40th anniversary in the fish industry.

2013

Kroma A/S moves to larger premises at 22, Rævevej in Skive.
Ivan Kristensen takes majority control of Kroma A/S.

2009

First FILETMASTER 180 filleting machine delivered in the Netherlands.

2004

First GUTMASTER 8000 gutting machine delivered in Denmark.

2002

Kroma maskinfabrik taken over by Søren Smed and Ivan Kristensen. Company renamed to Kroma A/S.

1986

First Ravnstrup mackerel gutting machine developed and delivered in Sweden.
Machine is still in operation.

1975

Patent application for trout gutting machne subkitted on 02/07/1975. Danish patent no. 153981 granted on 13/02/1989

2014

First SCALEMASTER de-scaling machine delivered in Norway.

2010

First GUTMASTER 3000 gutting machine delivered in Finland.

2006

First GUTMASTER 750 gutting machine delivered in Turkey.

2003

First GUTMASTER 1200 gutting machine delivered in Scotland.

1989

Kroma maskinfabrik extended with a new administrative building in Skive.

1975

First Ravnstrup trout gutting machine delivered to Ravnstrup Mølle outside Viborg

1915

TH Iversen Smedie subsequently Kroma A/S, approved by the Danish Factory Inspectorate.

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