Recently to join the ranks of our customers is the family business Jaczon, set up 1954 in the Dutch port of Scheveningen. Jaczon started out focussing on hering fishing and trade and have, over the years, developed into a big player in terms of fishing, processing and sales of fish products, that are exported to countless countries worldwide. In 1975 Jaczon also started with the transportation of cooled and frozen goods and they were proud to launch their first reefer vessel in 1977. Today they operate an impressive fleet of both fishing and reefer vessels.

Pronomar are happy to have received an order from Jaczon for their innovative and by now well established Pronomar-Top Trock drying systems, to be installed on-board Jaczons trawler SCH123 Zeeland.

Drying systems for their crew’s oil skin clothes, jackets, splash suits, boots, shoes as well as gloves were ordered, both for the change room on-board as well as for the bootsman store. The dryers, all made from high-quality seawater resistant steel, are designed in a formfitting, rounded way which ensures the costly work wear does not suffer any damage. Further the drying is done efficiently and fast due to a big amount of warm air, coming from a powerful blower, that guides the air directly into the garments to be dried via nozzles in the hangers. Advantages include that by keeping the clothing and boots dry at all times, the materials lifetime is extended considerably which means significant savings in purchasing costs. The drying systems also help to increase the health and motivation of the people on-board. It’s a fact that you are less likely to get sick if you are able to work in properly dry gear rather than having to wear wet and damp boots and clothing all day. By preventing sick leaves you also prevent costly down times and also increase the crews motivation and well-being.