Tong to Debut Online Equipment Library in January
Tong Engineering will launch its new online operators’ manual platform, the TongHUB, during LAMMA 2019, which will take place between January 7-8, 2020 in Birmingham, UK.
The new TongHUB will provide Tong customers with a personal online equipment library in which all essential equipment documentation, including user manuals and spare parts specifications, will be available at the touch of a button, whether in the office or in the field.
“The new TongHUB is an online portal which gives customers an exceptionally user-friendly, and ultimately convenient way to access valuable equipment information quickly and easily,” explains
Edward Tong, managing director at Tong Engineering. “Each time customers buy more Tong equipment, manuals and documentation are added to their TongHUB profile, keeping everything in one place and directly accessible by logging in from their PC or mobile device, whenever and wherever they need it,” says Edward Tong, managing director at Tong Engineering.
Additionally, the company will also be exhibiting some of its latest machinery.
“Throughout 2019, growers have once again faced some very challenging harvesting conditions. The relentless rainfall meant a very difficult time for many of our customers; with some experiencing several acres of flooded land at a very crucial time,” says Nick. “As such, our next generation EasyClean has been working in some of the most extreme, wet and heavy soil conditions. Its steadfast performance within our industry-leading Caretaker mobile grader, and new FieldLoad PRO fieldloader, really has proved invaluable once again,” noted Nick Woodcock, sales manager at Tong Engineering.
With engineering roots dating back to 1930, Tong has grown into a well-known manufacturer of high-quality vegetable grading, washing, polishing, processing, and box handling equipment, with more than 165 employees. The company’s milestone year is set to be particularly monumental, with a new state-of-the-art Tong production facility also scheduled for completion in Spring 2020.