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Resqunit is a Nasdaq-listed oceantech company developing products that help the global fishing industry locate and retrieve lost fishing gear.

Product

Resqunit is an affordable trap recovery system that helps fishermen recover lost gear. The unit can be attached to traps of all varieties. If gear becomes lost the reserve buoy system will deploy according to the timer set on the patented electronic timer system.

Resqunit

Watch captain Sig Hansen talk about the product and learn more about Resqunit

Demo at COVE Demoday in Halifax, Canada

Our Global Sales Officer Erik Nobbe demontrating our unique electronic timer release at the Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship's Demo Day in Nova Scotia

Product testing on snow crab traps in the North Sea

Watch our product demonstration where the buoy is deployed (simulated loss of trap) and the trap being hauled using a grapple and a thicker rope.

3D animation of Resqunit and grapple

Watch our animation of a typical scenario where fishing gear is lost at sea and how Resqunit will help locate and retrieve the gear.

Resqunit at Workboat Canada Expo

Watch Resqunit at Canada's largest commercial marine event, Fish Canada Workboat Canada exhibition in Moncton.

Company

Resqunit is a ocean tech company developing tools to avoid loss of gear at sea by providing the fishermen with affordable and easy-to-use products.

Company presentation

Watch a short video about our company and our product.

Interview with Financial Stockholm

Listen to our CEO Helge Trettø Olsen's company update with Financial Stockholm, answering questions about the market outlook and the current status of the company's operations.

Resqunit Nasdaq bell ceremony

Resqunit went public on Nasdaq First North Growth Market, November 26th 2021, using ticker id RESQ

Sig Hansen about losing fishing gear

Sig Hansen talks about losing fishing gear

Projects

Resqunit works in several regions of the world, among them Canada, Jamaica, Norway and Portugal. Our operations vary from trials and product testing together with the fishing industry, to raising awareness about ghost fishing and problems from lost fishing gear.

Resqunit Jamaica

Watch Resqunit visiting the authorities and the fishing industry on the island of Jamaica, together with government representatives

Resqunit USA

Watch Resqunit backup-buoy with Electronic Time Release being tested by Ocean Aid 360 and Captain Neill Holland in Florida, USA

Other

Resqunit is active and present in all kinds of media channels, social media and events around the world.

Interview at Nor-Fishing 2022

Our CEO Helge Trettø Olsen and Co-owner/global ambassador Captain Sig Hansen interviewed by Arne Hjeltnes at Nor-Fishing Expo

Whale entanglement-a Global Concern

The biggest challenge our oceans face is not what we see on the surface. A whale can break free from serious entanglements, but does not always become rope free. The remaining rope can gradually constrict one or more body parts and may result in killing the animal.

Odfjell Collaboration Alliance Day, CEO speech

We visited Odfjell Collaboration Alliance Day in Norway where our CEO Helge Trettø Olsen talked about Resqunit and what we do. Here is part of that speech.

Resqunit on stage at Nor-Fishing 2022

Resqunit in the on-stage discussion «What to do with the ghost gear problem» at Nor-Fishing 2022 in Trondheim, together with Canadas PEI Minister of Fisheries, Jamie Fox

Product installation

Watch the quick installation of a Resqunit product on a typical Norwegian lobster trap.

Product

Resqunit is an affordable trap recovery system that helps fishermen recover lost gear. The unit can be attached to traps of all varieties. If gear becomes lost the reserve buoy system will deploy according to the timer set on the patented electronic timer system.

Presentations

The world’s oceans – their temperature, chemistry, currents and life – drive global systems that make the Earth habitable for humankind.

Sustainability

The world’s oceans – their temperature, chemistry, currents and life – drive global systems that make the Earth habitable for humankind.
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