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TOMRA Success Story: Van Roey and Zonen, Belgium
From Belgium, Van Roey & Zonen explains how TOMRA has helped its potato and onion sorting business to reduce expenditure and boost productivity.
Three musketeers (3Ms) invest in potato grading and sorting line
With six farms as shareholders of 3Ms (Three Musketeers) operating more than 34,000 acres, they have contracted Haith, Tomra and Dijkstra to put in a new state-of-the-art potato grading and sorting line at their site at Bentwaters, near Woodbridge, Suffolk. A brand new building for this has been constructed also.
Kiremko looks back on memorable 50th Anniversary & Opening new building
On 19th May 2017 Kiremko celebrated her 50th anniversary and the opening of the new building with all employees and guests from all over the world. For this special occasion the factory was transformed into an amazing party venue.
Burts Chips and Keogh's Crisps chose Key Technology’s Optyx to sort their batch fried potato chips
Key Technology’s Optyx® digital sorters are selected by regional processors of batch-fried potato chips/crisps working to satisfy the rising quality expectations of consumers and retailers around the world.
Key Technology introduces a new medium capacity sorter: the VERYX® B140
Key Technology expands its VERYX® family of digital sorters with the introduction of the VERYX B140, a medium-capacity belt-fed sorter with a 1400-mm wide inspection zone.
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched its Portuguese website
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched its Portuguese website, which provides a dynamic online resource for its Portuguese-speaking customers.
Key Technology to supply VERYX Sorters for Lutosa's new French Fry production line
Key Technology has been selected to equip a new production line at Lutosa, a subsidiary of McCain Foods Limited, with a complete solution of their optical inspection and material handling equipment that will prominently feature their new VERYX® digital sorters in a contract worth US$9 million.
New Kaida potato processing facilities include TOMRA Peelers and Sorters
In response to the 13th National Five-Year Plan, Kaida invested in two large agricultural product processing plants in Beijing and Inner Mongolia. For these (potato) processing plants Kaida selected one of TOMRA’s state-of-the-art steam peeling and optical sorting solutions.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017