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Source: Tri Marine press release
Belleview, WASHINGTON — Tri Marine, a global leading tuna supply company, was recently recognized as the first tuna trading company in the world to obtain ISO 22005:2007 certification from the leading certification body DNV which focuses on the traceability in the feed and food chain.
It was also awarded certifications by DNV to the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System standard for all of its eight trading and operations offices and to the ISO 22005:2007 Global Traceability standard in its tuna food chain.
By meeting the extensive criteria of these rigorous and well-regarded ISO standards, Tri Marine further demonstrates its commitment to doing the right thing by achieving Global Traceability certification of its supply chain, while consistently delivering quality services to its customers and suppliers.
Tri Marine is a recognized leader in fishing, processing, and distributing high-quality tuna products to the world’s markets since 1972. The company focuses on quality, sustainability, innovation, and customer satisfaction. In 2019, the company was fully acquired by the Bolton Group.
Tri Marine’s processing plant Gralco, located in Barranquilla, Colombia. Gralco workers handling Alamar branded canned tuna. Gralco owns the iconic domestic canned tuna brand Alamar, which is currently the second most consumed tuna brand in the country. [courtesy photo]