New product launced at Seafood Processing Europe 2011

As an addition to the electronic logbook, TrackWell now offers the Product Manager to register the products, from which the system calculates the round fish weights for each species, based on utilization constants. The system also maintains information on production value, packaging usage, quality inspections and other parameters such as fuel consumption. All data from the vessels is collected to a database on a central server which is hosted in a data centre. The seafood companies can access their own data via access controlled web interface, enabling them to monitor the latest information on the catch and production, along with tracks and position of the vessels. Once the data has been collected to the onshore server, it is much easier to control the access of the data to external systems. The seafood companies can save effort and time to use an automatic procedure to forward the data to other organizations, such as sales network, fish auction markets and traceability systems. Fisheries are facing an increasing demand from their buyers for information about traceability, sustainability and certification. Too meet that, TrackWell Product Manger makes it easier for seafood companies to reorganize the handling of information of catch and production. Some seafood companies have started to use the full featured Product Manager from TrackWell to collect data from the vessels and automatically transfer the information to the company’s ERP system. This reduces errors and saves labour by minimizing double entry of data. It also allows the company managers to allocate the product stock before it has been landed. TrackWell will demonstrate the Product Manager at the Seafood Processing Europe in Brussels...

TrackWell demonstrates the electronic logbook and other solutions for fisheries at NAFF in Klaksvik

TrackWell has been supplying electronic logbook solutions for vessels and fisheries in N-Atlantic for several years and some fisheries in Faroe Islands have been using TrackWell Logbook to collect catch data and fishing locations. From 2010, Radiobúðin and Radioservice are Faroese agents, taking care of installation and service.   Kaj Leo Johannesen Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands speaks at the opening ceremony of the Nort Atlantic Fish Fair in Klaksvik april 5th, 2011.   Among the possibilities and benefits of TrackWell Logbook are: Easy access to the fishing history of the vessel Tracks and fishing locations displayed on electronic charts Catch and vessel position data can be sent automatically to shore Vessel owner or other users can access the data online via web interface Miscellaneous statistics and reporting in Excel format There are over 500 TrackWell systems onboard Icelandic and Norwegian vessels, reporting mandatory catch information to fishing authorities. In Faroe Islands, the Fishing Authorities are already preparing new regulations for electronic logbooks and we are planning to offer certified logbook as soon as it will be...

NAVY becomes a distributor for TrackWell Logbook in Norway

  TrackWell and the Norwegian company NAVY AS have signed an agreement that NAVY becomes a distributor of TrackWell electronic logbooks in Norway. The Directorate of Fisheries in Norway has issued a new requirement for electronic logbooks which will apply from October 1st 2010 for fishing vessels over 21 meters and from January 1st 2011 for vessels over 15 meters. The TrackWell Logbook is already certified against existing regulations in Norway and is in the final approval stage to meet the new regulations. The logbook has been adapted to the Norwegian market and is in use onboard several vessels. The logbook will be sold and supported by NAVY nationwide dealer network under the brand name “TrackWell Fangstdagbok”. “We are very pleased by NAVY as a new distributor when many of the fishermen know NAVY well and have a good relationship with them. NAVY has very good coverage along the coast of Norway and will be able to offer a first class service to the boats no matter what port they are in. NAVY has over 100 experts in marine electronics that are located in over 20 offices from Kirkenes to Fredrikstad. This will ensure  customers good support of the logbook, “said Steingrímur Gunnarsson Sales Manager at TrackWell. “For NAVY this is a natural step to offer more products and support to our customers” said Per Andresen Managing Director of NAVY chain management, and continues  “Navy represents a range of products from leading manufacturers in the marine electronics. Navy technicians are trained and certified marine electronics dealers, ensuring the user qualified sales, installation and service. In addition to the direct customer...

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Tradeshows that Trackwell will participate in

Trackwell Maritime will participate in the following trade shows this spring. You are most welcome to visit us at our stand and take a look at the future of sustainable fishing management and product traceability.   Seafood Processing America Where: Boston When: March 10-12, 2013 Stand: 573   North... Read more