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Red’s Best has developed a software program provides buyers with detailed information about fish caught by local fishermen.
MARK LORENZ FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE
Bill Thistlewood prepares to weigh razor clams at Ipswich’s town wharf for sale to Red’s.
Andrew Sullivan records information, including type of catch and name of captain, that will be stored on an electronic receipt.
The catch is trucked to Red’s Best warehouse at Boston Fish Pier for processing.
Eric Morris, a salesman at Red’s Best, consults the company’s harvest tracking technology while making sales calls.
A Red’s worker packages boxes of knobby conch and readies them for shipment worldwide.
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