History

History

History

BAADER Iceland was formed in 1959 as a service organisation to maintain machines in Iceland. Ownership of BAADER Iceland was split 50-50 between BAADER Beteiligungsgeselschaft mbH and the Marth family led by Ulrich Marth. Initially technicians from Germany were seconded to Iceland but in time the work was taken over by Icelandic technicians. To limit the impact of import restrictions, BAADER Iceland began to manufacture spare parts and continues to do so today. Currently, BAADER offers a complete range of services to the fish processing industry in Iceland. We sell the complete range of German machines plus a range of heading and de-scaling machines designed and manufactured in Iceland. A full service organisation is in place to support these machines including a re-build facility.