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Syensqo and TOMRA have joined hands to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of separating and sorting multi-component plastic structures in which polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) serves as a barrier layer. The partners developed a joint set of experiments with multilayer samples of commercial packaging waste consisting of low-density polyethylene (LDPE)...
Some food processors and packhouses might think that “digital transformation” has nothing to do with them, but in reality, things are swiftly changing. In fact, digital transformation is already taking place in processing and packing and delivering competitive advantages. But what, exactly, is digital transformation? Why is it a mistake...
After setting up the business in 2005, ATOP Foods became India's first potato chip and nankeen producer to achieve ISO 2000:2005 certification for food safety management systems. Following years of success in western India, in 2018, this business founded a new company, Bizz Corporation. This business focuses on French...
Founded more than 150 years ago in Switzerland, Nestlé now has more than 2000 brands, including global icons and local favourites. Their products can be found in 187 countries worldwide; an expansion from their humble beginnings producing condensed milk and infant cereal in the Alps. With the extreme convenience and...
Damien Gibson, global category director of apples at TOMRA Food, analyses the challenges faced by apple packhouses, and explains how TOMRA Food’s solutions allow them to reduce the labour required for sorting whilst significantly improving the consistency, and accuracy and packout of the sorted product. Although apples are one of...
Ahead of the new online event for the global avocado industry, TOMRA spotlights solutions for growers and packhouses who are under pressure to increase throughputs — and whose next big challenge will be higher expectations of product quality. The Global Avocado Congress, which will be broadcast live online from Melbourne...
TOMRA has revealed plans to accelerate the path to a sustainable future and double its revenues in five years at its capital markets day on 23 Jun in Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany. The company’s strategy is built on accelerating growth in its three core divisions, and using the current business platform to...
Replacing traditional manual sorting methods with a machine has enabled this Japanese food producer to meet two key objectives, as well as solving the problem of labour shortages. Inaba Peanuts Co. produces more types of food than its name suggests. Established more than a century ago as a maker of...
Free-to-download publication spotlights how sorting data can now be easily accessed and understood to gain commercial advantage TOMRA Food has published a new ebook to help food processors and packers enhance efficiencies and profitability by using information gathered by sorting machines. The easy-to-read, 21-page booklet, titled “When Sorters Become Data...
TOMRA Food has showcased its new robotic case packing technology, the KETE16, at the Fruit Logistica event in Berlin, Germany, and will also do so in the South American Blueberry Convention in Mostazal, Chile. The KETE16 automates the process of placing punnets and clamshells into cases, trays, boxes, and crates,...