The post-Covid economy is driving strong growth for Australian vegetable producers. Fueled by the increase in consumer demand for fresh vegetables, Australian growers have chosen to invest significantly in improving their post-harvest operations.
We’re often asked about the differences between stainless steel and mild steel, and what the best option is for post-harvest equipment. To answer this, we caught up with Goulwen Robinet, Design Engineer at Wyma.
Investing in pack-house equipment usually means a notable cash outlay for any grower, packer or processor. Making the effort to look after your equipment with regular care and maintenance will extend the life of your investment, saving you time and money.
The fresh vegetable industry in Europe and the United Kingdom is undergoing rapid and exciting change at present says Jason Gerrie, General Manager of Wyma Europe and Wyma UK.
Canada’s ATV Farms has this week selected Wyma Solutions to deliver two large post-harvest vegetable grading and packing lines for carrots and onions. Wyma (in conjunction with North America-based partner Volm Companies) was selected for its comprehensive range of post-harvest solutions, quality
Grønt Maskin, Norway’s largest specialist retailer for vegetable producers, has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with Wyma Solutions for the Norwegian market. “We are very pleased and excited to be partnering with Grønt Maskin to service the Norwegian market”
Following on from our guide How to reduce the impact of potato bruising on your profitability, we caught up with Leighton Hill, Solution Engineer, to answer some of your questions about gentle handling, why some fertilizers increase the likelihood of bruising and the perfect temperature for