Seafood Processing Global


Traceability is rapidly growing in importance for seafood, with both consumers, retailers and governments expecting transparency and proof of origin. We are attending Seafood Processing Global in Barcelona, Spain from April 26-28 to talk about just that and how we can help achieve these goals.

We are located in booth #3EE201 in the Pavilion of Denmark in hall 3, arranged by the Danish Export Association. Stop by and say hello if you’re attending. We’re bringing demos of how our software can help you achieve your traceability goals and be compliant with regulations, both existing and incoming.

We will present our traceability work in the global food supply chain that reflects the benefits, beyond simply regulatory compliance, that the capture and sharing of traceability data across actors in supply chain can deliver, how common language (e.g. EPCIS) and framework (e.g. FDA) can reduce global supply chain friction, the role of ecosystems in delivering holistic traceability solutions, and the role that COVID-19 has played in accelerating the adoption of new technologies.


  • Emanuel Greisen

  • Ron Volpe