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Broodstock Capital Invests in Norwegian Salmon Industry Track and Trace Software

SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Seafood News] - December 5, 2017

Maritech Systems, a company that offers a seafood software trading platform, has received an investment from Broodstock Capital, a Norwegian seafood investor.

The cloud-based software, which is frequently used by the Norwegian salmon industry, “tracks and traces fish from farmers and fishery to production and processing, sales and distribution, and to the consumer.” Broodstock has become a majority shareholder in the company as part of their efforts to ...

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