Royal Hawaiian Case Study

Royal Hawaiian Seafood Case Study


Prior to being launched in 1985, Royal Hawaiian Seafood found its roots through its owner who used to peddle Hawaiian Blue prawns to fine dining restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area after researching developing aquaculture programs in Hawaii.  Today, Royal Hawaiian Seafood imports, processes, and distributes fresh, frozen, and live seafood.  Royal Hawaiian seafood supports local and regional sources by purchasing directly from fishermen and fish farmers.  Through partnerships with suppliers, consumers, and NGOs, Royal Hawaiian Seafood is able to offer a wide variety of sustainable seafood products.

The noax S19 industrial computers can now be found in various locations in the Royal Hawaiian Seafood facility including the filleting station and walk-in freezer which operates at 34° F.  Issues related to water ingress, downtime, and damaged equipment have disappeared.  Workers are no longer frustrated with the touchscreens because they can easily operate the screens even in wet conditions with gloves.  Needless to say, Royal Hawaiian Seafood is pleased with the upgraded noax hardware.

IPC Requirements:

  • Completely sealed enclosure
  • Survive daily sanitation process
  • Simple, intuitive operation by user
  • Withstand extreme temperatures
  • Integrated, resistive touchscreen for us with gloves
  • High-level of reliability to prevent downtime


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