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Cavendish Farms selects TOMRA's Eco Steam Peeler for its potato processing plant in Alberta
Cavendish Farms, one of the larger potato processors producing frozen french fries in North America, is equipping its new, state-of-the-art production facility in Lethbridge, Alberta with TOMRA’s Eco steam peelers.
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Tong Engineering opens US office to build on its export success
Tong Engineering, UK manufacturer of advanced potato and vegetable handling equipment, is pleased to announce International expansion with the opening of a new Tong USA spares, service and sales facility based in Fremont, Michigan.
Kiremko launches its new Guard family of control systems for your potato processing line
Potato Processing Equipment Specialist Kiremko launches its new Guard Family: a series of advanced sensor systems that support, control and guard your potato processing line.
Equipment manufacturer Tong Engineering appoints new dealer for Scotland
Leading vegetable handling equipment manufacturer, Tong Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of ScanStone potato systems as the company’s new approved dealer for Scotland.
Vanmark Expands its Line of Peelers, Scrubber and Washers with the lower capacity 1820 Series
Equipment manufacturer Vanmark now offers with the 1820 series a lower capacity continuous Peeler/Scrubber/Washer suitable for potatoes. The new machinery is ideal for processors that increase automation or are upgrading from batch processing
TOMRA Sorting Food launches Turkish and Italian Websites
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched two new websites, one in Italian and one in Turkish.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Equipment Manufacturer Vanmark launches New Brand, Website
Vanmark, a commercial potato and produce processing equipment manufacturer, recently rebranded and unveiled a new website.
Penn State Researchers find new way to convert potato waste to ethanol
With more than two dozen companies in Pennsylvania manufacturing potato chips, it is no wonder that researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences have developed a novel approach to more efficiently convert potato waste into ethanol.
Thursday, August 17, 2017