January 12, 2021
DOWNS introduces CropVision®: an Optical Sorter for Unwashed Potatoes, evaluates and categorizes potatoes using HD cameras combined with AI and splits them into three streams, at a capacity of up to 100 tons per hour.
December 10, 2020
South Australia's Zerella Fresh this month committed to expanding the capacity of their potato washing and grading line. Zerella Fresh has again chosen to reinvest with Wyma Solutions for their post-harvest needs.
November 29, 2020
Potato packer Skone & Connors installs Tong grading and washing equipment. The custom-built potato grading and washing solution enabled this US based company to increase their sizing capabilities of both dirty and washed crop, whilst reducing waste.
November 13, 2020
Insort is proud to announce another major development to increase food safety in food production with the Sherlock Safeguard®. The heart of the machine is the latest generation of the tried and tested Chemical Imaging Technology (CIT® Gen3).
November 09, 2020
Legumbres Selectas Sierra Nevada, empresa española ubicada en Granada, está especializada en la producción, selección y comercialización de legumbres de altísima calidad.
October 01, 2020
Vanmark has introduced a Clean-In-Place (CIP) system for its Peeler/Scrubber/Washers. This CIP System cleans during operation and sanitation – dramatically reducing downtime.
August 17, 2020
GreenGoose es la orgullosa propietaria de la primera y única máquina clasificadora y envasadora de batata en Europa. La máquina está hecha a medida para la empresa.
August 05, 2020
A UK manufacturer of vegetable harvesting and handling machinery has supplied its first to order to South Africa thanks to a recommendation from a Canadian company. Scotts Precision Manufacturing has sent one of its Evolution separators to Bestbier South Africa after Allan Equipment in Canada recommended the unique machine.
July 28, 2020
Throughout last spring we were dealing with historically poor soil structure in Western Europe, with clods as hard as concrete. Will harvests of potato and onion reflect this? The chances of that seem high, so what can you do to keep clods out of your storage?