Here at Wyma, we work closely with growers across the globe to deliver the best equipment and solutions. Just as they are constantly looking for ways to get more from their harvest, we are always refining the way we work to better meet the industry’s evolving needs. We like to think of it as the
Building strong relationships with our customers is a fundamental part of working at Wyma, and that extends well beyond the initial design and delivery of equipment. Our After Sales and Spare Parts team are often the flagbearers of those relationships, so we spent some time with Blake Newell,
Wyma Web Conveyor belts – both standalone and integrated into equipment such as the Wet Hopper – are designed to allow debris or water to fall through the belt, separating it from produce flow. They’re a great solution for harsh operating conditions, often used at the start of a line when
The people at Wyma make up a very diverse bunch, and few people embody that better then Jennifer Fretwell, one of our fabricators and resident health and safety guru. We spoke with Jen about how she found herself as a welder in our workshop and her experience working at Wyma.
Every year, the need to transition towards sustainable practices becomes more urgent. Wyma equipment is built to help producers reduce wastage in the processing line, yet we’re also always trying to improve the waste footprint at our own site. One of our biggest areas of concern from a
Wyma Solutions, based in Christchurch, is a globally recognized solution provider for root vegetable packing facilities. Our reputation for innovative, customized and robust post-harvest vegetable processing solutions has been well established for many years, and we have partnerships with
Accurate sizing and handling are central to maintaining the quality and marketability of your produce. For carrots, potatoes and onions, sizing is especially important. With their non-uniform shape and variable textures, sizing root vegetables accurately and cost-effectively can be a challenge.
Wyma has recently added automatic bin warehousing to its portfolio of packing shed products. Automated warehousing systems (ASRS) have significant benefits for fruit and vegetable packers needing short term storage between washing, pre-grading and packing.