Seafood Processing Maintenance Software

Unlike other meat production, seafood processing begins the moment fish and shellfish are harvested from the water and lasts until products arrive to consumers. Delivering fresh, high-quality fish and seafood requires careful management of time, temperature, and hygiene. Whether processed onboard or onshore, maintenance teams play an important role in optimizing equipment and facility performance. As competition and consumer demands become more intense, maintenance will play a pivotal role in profitability.

FTMaintenance CMMS software for seafood processing provides a single platform for tracking maintenance on fish manufacturing assets. Document asset performance parameters to ensure equipment is functioning properly. Proactively maintain equipment to prevent unplanned downtime and minimize irreversible product quality degradation. Provide technicians with step-by-step instructions for performing maintenance that meets modern safety and hygiene guidelines and regulations.

FTMaintenance Benefits for the Fish and Seafood Industry

  • Create standard operating procedures that address non-compliance issues related to product safety, sanitation, and hygiene.
  • Schedule preventive maintenance tasks on critical assets like storage facilities and vehicles to minimize the risk of spoilage.
  • Reduce the risk of contamination by creating a maintenance plan that follows Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and sanitation practices.
  • Stay in compliance with regulatory requirements by easily accessing maintenance documentation needed to pass audits by the FDA, EPA, USDA, and other compliance organizations.
  • Improve asset repair times by generating fully-detailed work orders that provide technicians with all the information they need to perform maintenance tasks.
  • Maintain high product quality by ensuring storage and holding tanks are operating within acceptable temperature and humidity ranges.
  • Share the maintenance calendar to ensure that assets are available for maintenance when needed.
  • Continually improve maintenance processes by leveraging maintenance reports to make better management decisions.



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Savings from preventive maintenance
Decreased equipment downtime
Savings on inventory expenses
Satisfied FTMaintenance Users

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