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June 15, 2017
In the early morning hours, box trucks from Royal Hawaiian Seafood roam the fog-laden docks of South San Francisco, efficiently collecting fresh fish and seafood from their trusted suppliers. By the time the morning sun crests the horizon, Royal Hawaiian Seafood’s 18,000 sq. ft. processing facility begins to buzz with activity. noax Technologies industrial PCs are powered on as trucks unload fresh catch from their climate-controlled containers. With over 30 years of experience, Royal Hawaiian Seafood has been the preferred seafood purveyor of fine dining restaurants and establishments in the greater San Francisco area. The roots of Royal Hawaiian Seafood began in the early 1980s when the owner began taking an interest in the relatively new and unknown world of aquaculture. From research into various sustainable aquaculture practices programs, he stumbled upon a very viable business opportunity to raise and market Hawaiian blue prawns to the greater San Francisco area. His idea was well received, and as the demand for his products grew, local chefs began requesting a larger variety of seafood options. Recognizing another opportunity, he expanded his offering to include seafood products from all over the world, paving the way for the company that exists today.
Fresh, frozen, and live seafood
Once the fresh seafood arrives at the Royal Hawaiian Seafood facility, it is transported to the weighing area, where all fresh, frozen, and live seafood products are weighed and inventoried via noax industrial computers. Following weighing,the seafood moves to…