MacGregor sink line stackers
MacGregor’s portfolio offers innovative solutions, including a market-leading fish-handling system, for all fishing vessels.
MacGregor sink line stackers separate and lay the sink line of the fishing net effectively without any manual help. With a MacGregor sink line stacker, no direct hand handling is required, only one crew member needs to operate the stacker via a portable radio control. Therefore, fewer crew members are required on board. It is perfectly suited to having a cork line and a sink line stacker operating together to achieve optimal performance.
MacGregor sink line stackers include the GL-series, GLT-series and GLH-series.
All MacGregor products can be easily assembled, operated and maintained. They are built to be robust and offer high-quality performance.
- Faster, easier and less costly to perform net stacking operations
- Remote-control via a portable radio control panel
- Safer working environment on board
- Able to be customised to each vessels’ needs; different arm systems including telescopic arms
- Robust design reduces service time and downtime
- Designed to work in harsh environments
The sink link stacker is patented by MacGregor.
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