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08 March 2017
TOMRA Sorting Food has launched the TOMRA 5A, a state-of-the-art sorting machine for the potato processing business. The innovative food sorter supports processors by combining a straightforward and brand-new graphical user interface with stable sorting performance, while increasing the level of food safety and quality with minimal product waste.
We are proud to announce the acquisition of Compac, a New Zealand-based provider of lane sorting solutions for the global fresh produce industry.
In line with other contributions made by TOMRA Sorting Solutions in 2016, TOMRA Sorting Food was once again happy to make a charitable donation to the marula nut processing project in Zimbabwe and the quinoa processing project in Bolivia during the 2016 holiday season. Both projects are supported by Practical Action, a NGO that works with communities to find practical solutions to poverty in developing countries.
Biography: Frederik joined TOMRA Sorting Food in August 2015 and operates as a Field Service Engineer, working with many types of TOMRA machinery. He travels extensively as part of his job, carrying out work for clients across the world.
18 November 2016
TOMRA reveals new state-of-the-art sorter
Making the most of food
Success story: Ruparel Foods, India
TOMRA helps China’s food manufacturers to reduce the danger of lethal aflatoxin
TOMRA and Greenyard Frozen present €3,500 to transatlantic charity challenge for people living with Multiple Sclerosis