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TOMRA Sorting Food launches Korean website
TOMRA Sorting Food, the worldwide leader in sorting and peeling equipment, has launched a Korean language website, which provides a dynamic online resource for its Korean-speaking customers.
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.
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.
TOMRA delivers world's largest steam peeler to potato processing company
TOMRA Sorting Food has delivered the world’s highest capacity steam peeler to a leading potato processing company.
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
To peel its potatoes, Salads and Sides manufacturer Mrs. Gerry’s Kitchen invests in an Orbit 350.
Mrs. Gerry's Kitchen, a manufacturer of Salads and Sides - including numerous variations of potato salad and mashed potatoes, invested in a TOMRA peeling line, consisting of an Orbit 350 peeler with OBD 6/20 brusher and an M01 steam accumulator.
PotatoEurope 2017 turns things around for easier access and more space
Anyone travelling to PotatoEurope in Emmeloord by car on 13 and 14 September 2017 will have much more convenient access to the event than in previous years.
Tummers: New Zic-Zac brush peels even more efficiently
In 2004, Tummers Food Processing introduced the Zic-Zac brushing technique for brushing potatoes and tuberous plants after steam peeling. This technique now has been improved.