SeafoodChain pushes blockchain as seafood origin guarantor in China

Demands for better food chain transparency triggered by the coronavirus are being seen as an opportunity for two providers of blockchain supply chain management solutions targeting seafood clients in China and globally.

Camberwell, Victoria, Australia-based Two Hands has opened an office in Shanghai in order to lure Chinese clients to its solutions. Oslo, Norway-based SeafoodChain AS, meanwhile, wants to expand its UNISOT suite of blockchain solutions into China and several major salmon producing countries this year.

CEO Stephan Nilsson plans to expand UNISOT into China this year by working with resellers. The platform is currently being implemented by customers in Norway – from fish-farmers to seafood distributors and restaurants. Nilsson is also planning expansion into Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Chile, Canada, Scotland, and India.

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UNISOT is a revolutionary enterprise blockchain service provider built on over 20 years’ experience in enterprise business integrations, aiming to change the future of global Supply Chains.
It emerges from the well established business processes in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems – such as SAP S/4 HANA, MS Dynamics 365, M3, Oracle, Salesforce, Sage X3 and  IFS.

We enable enterprises of all sizes and all industries to leverage P2P blockchain benefits from within their current systems, making the instant product traceability during its product lifecycle secure and affordable.