Originally published March 19, 2020. Updated November 19, 2020
Espersen, one of the world's leading processors of white fish, taps TARGIT for sales and financial reporting.
Aalborg, Denmark– TARGIT today announced that Rønne Bornholm, Denmark-based seafood processing group A. Espersen has signed on as a customer. Internationally recognized for its high-quality, sustainably produced frozen fish products, Espersen will use TARGIT’s suite of business intelligence and analytics products for sales and financial reporting.
With more than 80 years of experience in the fish industry, Espersen supplies some of the largest multinational food corporations in the world, with customers in Europe, the USA and Australia, and production facilities in Denmark, France, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Spain and Vietnam. The company’s product lines range from frozen fillets to special cuts and deluxe puff pastry products.
“We are internationally recognized for our sustainable approach throughout the entire value chain and for the superior quality of our products,” said Espersen CEO Klaus Nielsen. “As consumer interest intensifies in doing business with sustainably focused companies and in fish as an important source of nutritious food, we look to TARGIT to help us grow our business.”
“Espersen is a mission-driven company that shares our focus on efficiency and innovation,” said TARGIT CEO Leif Vestergaard. “We embrace the opportunity to help them make better, data-driven decisions and move the seafood industry forward.”
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