Marine scales win Icelandic Fisheries Award
Swedish company Unisystem has celebrated another great success as the winner of the 'Outstanding International Supplier - Processing (small companies) Award’ at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2014.
Unisystem offers a wide range of marine scales which can be used at sea as well in the aquaculture industry. Unisystem was the first manufacturer of approved marine scales according to the European Directive 2009/23/EC. The scales are unique due to their automatic global gravity compensation unit.
“We have developed and designed our marine scales and weighing solutions to be used at sea in close cooperation with fishermen to make them especially easy-to-use’.’ explains Johan Demes, global sales executive at Unisystem.
Unisystem’s marine scales are very accurate even after long-term use and do not need recalibration. When travelling long distances, with the gravity change, the built-in compensation unit takes care of the global gravity compensation in addition to the tilt and motion compensation.
Starting with a marine scale as a standalone scale, the company offers the possibility to extend later on with software for reports, a printer for labelling and with the total eSea®System software including RFID. This system can be delivered with communications for direct transfer of catch reports to an E-logbook and even traceability can be transferred.
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