Supply chaining fishery advice
Connolly, P. L.
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Connolly, P. L. Caffrey, L. (2011). Supply chaining fishery advice. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (8), 1706-1711
The supply chain concept helps underpin global commerce. In the fishery data arena, it is an underutilized tool that could benefit the business of fishery advice. Supply chain networks can lower operating costs and increase product availability, agility, and customer satisfaction. The EU's Data Collection Framework has consolidated and strengthened data collection in Europe, but inadequate data management undermines many stock assessments of fish through the lack of supply chaining. Commercial supply chain know-how, when implemented on solid enterprise architectures, can endow fishery advice with industrial-strength scrutiny, making it transparent, standardized, integrated, agile, consistent, accurate, and timely.