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Why Is Aquaculture Exploding?

With the USA seafood market worth $102 billion, over 50% of all seafood producers across the country procure through aquaculture. So, what is aquaculture? Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, is the breeding, cultivation, rearing, and harvesting of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, mollusks, algae, etc. in a controlled ...

Why Is Aquaculture Exploding?

With the USA seafood market worth $102 billion, over 50% of all seafood producers across the country procure through aquaculture. So, what is aquaculture? Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, is ...

Food ERP Just In Time For Summer Seafood Season

One of the hottest debates in the seafood industry around the world has been about seafood consumption during the summer season. Owing to factors such as freshness and quality control, not all ...

Lot Management: The Golden Goose of Seafood Trading

One of the up-and-coming trends in the world of operational efficiency is Lot management via seafood ERP. In Layman's language, lot management is a system that enables inventory management before, ...

Vessel Management

One of the up-and-coming trends in the world of Food ERP is vessel management. In Lehman’s language, vessel management is a ship or a vessel purchased for the purpose of importing and exporting ...

ERP For Seafood: The Next Big Thing

With ERP being the new golden goose for industries worldwide, the seafood industry too has incorporated this asset. In hindsight, ERP for seafood has raised efficiency standards up a notch and made ...

Catchweight: The Seafood Savior

One of the upcoming trends in the world of food ERP is the phenomenon of Catchweight. Catchweight in Lehman’s language is defined as “approximate weight” used by food manufacturers and distributors ...

In Conversation with Senior INECTA ERP Consultant

INECTA recently sat down with one of its senior ERP consultants, Ruth Lestina, to discuss what customers seem to really appreciate about INECTA's ERP offerings. Ruth Lestina is a highly knowledgeable ...

INECTA’s Seafood Trader Solution Goes Live on Microsoft AppSource

NEW YORK, NY – August 3, 2020 –Today, INECTA posted its Seafood Trader-specific solution to Microsoft AppSource, making it fully accessible in App format through Microsoft’s App marketplace. This is ...

In Conversation with Seafood Trader: Sea Delight

We recently took some time out to have an intimate conversation with one of our valued Seafood customers, Sea Delight, to discuss their experience with INECTA ERP. Sea Delight, LLC was founded in ...

Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) Makes Waves

Some really exciting news for our seafood industry customers and enthusiasts, The Seafood Import Monitoring Program is a force to be reckoned with. The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP for ...

Imported Seafood Industry Suffering from COVID-19 Outbreak Rumors in China

China has begun to halt shipments of salmon from Europe after it was alleged that the industry was linked to a new COVID-19 outbreak in Beijing. Shipments were immediately halted once the virus was ...

The Ongoing Problem of Illegal Fishing

Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing has, along with the current pandemic, are doubling down on the hardships being faced by fishermen in this day and age. While the strict food ...

Pacific Northwest Seafood Industry Fear Catastrophic COVID-19 Outbreaks

As we’ve already seen in the meat industry within the United States, the seafood industry is now also wary of the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak specifically in the Pacific Northwest region. In ...

COVID-19 Changes Domestic Seafood Trade

Many food industries have experienced the sting of the pandemic, with COVID-19 rendering the restaurant and hotel business unable to serve. Different types of food providers met with multiple issues ...

Coronavirus Crisis Creates Obstacles for Alaska Seafood Exports

The world is facing a coronavirus crisis and like every industry, it is also affecting the seafood industry. China has seven of the world’s ten busiest ports and eighty percent of the world’s trade ...

What is Bycatch?

We at iNECTA work with various seafood catchers, traders and processors, so we thought it might be a good idea to discuss something that affects that industry a great deal. Bycatch might be something ...

Local or Imported Seafood?

The question of whether or not you should buy local or imported seafood is one that has achieved rapid prevalence in recent years as the trend towards sustainable seafood has progressed ...

What Does the MSC Label Mean?

The Marine Stewardship Council or “MSC” label is a symbol of sustainability, wherein all brands that earn the label are committed to the betterment of our ocean’s populations. The label is only ...

What is Aquaculture?

Aquaculture is best described as the cultivation of aquatic animals or organisms for the purpose of controlling conditions as a means for production. The production process varies based on the ...

What is Catch Weight?

Catch weight, as it pertains to the food industry, is a measurement for the actual weight of a product when it is sent to a potential buyer. In most cases, catch weight is used for products that are ...

iNECTA partners with Trace Register for food safety and sustainability

iNECTA is proud to announce that we have successfully integrated Microsoft Dynamics to Trace Register.  Trace Register provides a database to track the complete supply chain of seafood from the ...

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