COVID Impacted Industry Strongly Embraces New GDST Standards
In March 2020, the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) released the first-ever global seafood traceability standards just as the world was hit with COVID-19. The pandemic disrupted seafood business in a multitude of ways, driving some businesses to the brink of bankruptcy while others found profitable new opportunities. But across the sector, one thing has become clear: the ability for companies to connect with their supply chains and customers flexibly and rapidly is more important now than ever. This may help explain why, despite the threats and challenges of the pandemic, scores of companies have stepped up to adopt the GDST’s new standards and embrace digital interoperability as the future for seafood traceability.
During this webinar, diverse seafood industry representatives will tell their stories about how the GDST standards are already changing the way they do business, and why they are excited to see the standards widely implemented across the sector. Companies – including leading vendors of traceability services – are even seeing advantages when their competitors sign onto the GDST. After just one year, it is clear that the GDST standards are poised to have a long-lasting and deep impact on how seafood is bought and sold. Attend this webinar to learn the state of play as the standards turn one year old, and where they are heading into the future.
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