Don’t Miss the Winter Edition of Potato Business Digital Magazine!
Demand for proficient conveying systems has been on the rise for the last few years, with requirements coming from the potato industry shaping the current equipment landscape.
Conveying systems are now designed with the highest hygiene standards in mind, as well as an increased attention directed towards the quality of produce. Hence, gentle conveying and unloading systems with good access to cleaning are incredibly important. Low maintenance, as well as other factors, are also high on the list customers.
Speaking of sanitation, hygienic design of food processing equipment and factories can contribute significantly to enhance overall food safety inside the plant. On top of that, new technologies such as sorting equipment also play a significant role in enabling manufacturers to stay clear of damaging food recalls.
We touch on both of these topics in our latest edition of Potato Business Digital Winter, which was recently launched. But before reaching the processing plant, the raw material must first be planted and harvested. To this end, in the newest issue of our publication, we have also taken a look at the most recent developments in terms of planting and harvesting equipment for the potato industry.
The latest models incorporate new solutions such as GPS, web connectivity and precision technologies, with the sole scope of increasing efficiencies for growers. To find more about what’s new in terms of planting and harvesting equipment, we invite you to read further in this issue of the digital magazine. It’s available in an easy-to-read format for both desktop and mobile: