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06 March 2018

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06 March 2018

Customer in the Spotlight: Kaida, China

China-based food processor Kaida invited us to look around its two new potato strips processing factories, to find out more about its advanced sorting and peeling technology.

06 March 2018

HOW TO CAPITALISE ON HEALTHY FOOD TRENDS BY GOING BACK TO BASICS

How can businesses capitalize on healthy food trends? By going back to basics, says Greg Saint James, strategic marketing director at TOMRA Food.

06 March 2018

EXPLORE FOOD PROCESSING FACILITIES IN VIRTUAL REALITY

TOMRA's new virtual reality tool gives customers the interactive experience of a real-life food production environment from the comfort of the office or conference floor. 

26 February 2018

TOMRA CONTINUES EXPANSION IN GLOBAL FOOD SORTING SOLUTIONS SECTOR WITH ACQUISITION OF BBC TECHNOLOGIES

Creates world’s most extensive fit-for-purpose small-fruit sorting and packaging portfolio.

24 February 2018

TOMRA’S NEW LASER OBJECT DETECTION SYSTEM IDENTIFIES BLACK OBJECTS AND GLASS TO INCREASE RECYCLED PAPER, ZORBA AND ZURIK PURITY

TOMRA Sorting introduces its new Laser Object Detection (LOD) system that, when used in combination with AUTOSORT and FINDER, boosts the circuit’s sorting capabilities, allowing waste and scrap recycling operations to reach final product purity levels unique to the market and never before possible. Featuring TOMRA laser technology that sorts based on the feed material’s spectral and spatial characteristics, the new LOD detects material that near infrared technology (NIR) is incapable of identifying.

22 February 2018

TOMRA FOOD WINS SILVER MEDAL AT THE INTERNATIONAL FOODTEC AWARD

TOMRA’s user interface TOMRA ACT has been named a silver winner in the 2018 International FoodTec Award, organised by the DLG (German Agricultural Society).

22 February 2018

The Cleanest Loop

Beverage containers recycled through reverse vending machines are collected and sorted without contamination from other types of waste. This ensures that they can be recycled into new bottles and cans again and again. This is a process we call the Cleanest Loop. 

31 January 2018

TOMRA's Artificial Intelligence pushes the boundaries of automated sorting and quality control!

With nearly 85,000 systems installed in eighty countries, the TOMRA Group is the world leader in intelligent sensor systems for waste sorting. TOMRA is also the leader in the French market of automated sorting, with 900 machines in service. And this is not a coincidence.

11 January 2018

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING AWARDED LARGE-SCALE CONTRACT BY SKM RECYCLING IN AUSTRALIA TO SUPPLY WORLD LEADING AUTOMATED SORTING TECHNOLOGY

Global leader in sensor-based sorting technology, TOMRA Sorting Recycling, aims to revolutionize the recycling industry and drastically reduce waste going to landfill.

11 January 2018

TOMRA Collection Solutions in 2017

As the calendar opens on a new year, TOMRA Collection Solutions takes a look at reverse vending by the numbers in 2017.

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