Marine Harvest signs labelling and tracking contract

The CodeIT system will be used to label and track Marine Harvest fish boxes The CodeIT system will be used to label and track Marine Harvest fish boxes
Industry Database

Marine Harvest has signed a new contract for the labelling and tracking of its fish boxes.

The contract was given to CodeIT AS and includes the supply of the CodeIT Enterprise software package, featuring systems integration that links the company's production, tracking, and order data.

'This is a long term investment for us and is part of our growth strategy,' says Arnt Mjøen, IT Manager at Marine Harvest Norway. 'We chose CodeIT because they showed a great capacity for finding innovative solutions, which will provide us with a competitive advantage, and they were also the best offer in terms of flexibility, user friendliness, and consistent use of open standards in all critical areas such as automation, tracking, and systems integration.'

Bjørnar Torsnes, CEO of CodeIT AS, says that this is one of the largest contracts ever within the fields of industrial labelling, coding, and data collection in the Norwegian food industry.


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