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Atuna.com Launches Upgraded Industry News Site

Atuna.com has received a makeover and is launching its brand new, upgraded website this week. Visitors will have access to a revamped news site offering an array of tuna industry news and information, with many more added sections. The new-look tuna news site for tuna professionals will continue to keep those in the industry fully up-to-date with the sector, with the latest tuna information and developments across the world.

Tmporarily, the website will have full free access, without registration, to enable users to experience the new version as easily as possible.

With an innovative design and powerful images, readers can navigate their way around by selecting from an abundance of pages offering detailed insight into the global tuna business. World tuna news will feature on the homepage, alerting visitors to the top stories of the day.

The new website will offer an even wider portfolio of information for business professionals who are active in the industry - in fishing, processing and trade. Interesting and revealing statistics will complement each segment of the site, while the ‘related articles’ feature will allow readers to be guided to more relevant news on their interests, by region or topic.

From tuna prices, tuna species guides, trade statistics and top tuna business news, the upgraded news site offers a clean, seamless way to be quickly informed of the latest developments throughout the industry. Popular pages will be accessible by clicking on images on the homepage, while tabs at the top will guide users to over 50 different sections.

Displaying material on the industry from fishing and farming to processing and trade, the site will touch on all aspects of the global tuna business. Everything our current readers are used to will still be available, accompanied with much more industry information for tuna professionals, combined with contemporary design. Focus will be given to environmental issues, as rising concerns of tuna’s future sustainability occurs, as well as devoting a section of the site to tuna health matters.

Site updates and activity will be posted on social media, announcing the most recent headlines in the tuna industry. Facebook, Twitter and Google+ will all give users a taster of the news, linking to our main site for the full story and an array of extra information on the topic.

Atuna.com has always encouraged discussion through comments on articles, and the new site will add ease to this function. Reading and reacting on the latest news to hit the industry can spark follow-up stories on important news and allow your opinion and expertise to be heard.

The atuna.com website has been the world’s leading tuna news industry online source since 1998, providing the global tuna industry with the latest developments in the business for free, for the past 15 years. The new subscription based website will continue its role in delivering the most important industry news to our readers, allowing articles to be accessed through a division of sections, titled: fishing, farming, processing, trade, environment and health.

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