The world’s food production industry sits at a difficult crossroads. By 2050, the global population will likely increase by 35%, and food production will need to double in that timeframe. However, as our climate changes and resources become scarcer, the need to streamline the supply chain
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.
The post-harvest industry, like many others, is full of jargon and terminology. What one person views as a ‘hopper,’ another may call a ‘feeder,’ ‘tank’ or ‘bunker’! Accurate terms and names matter. They reduce confusion, allow for mutual understanding and pave the way for collaboration and
With so many weighing and packaging options available, it can be difficult to narrow down the right fit for your processing line.
South Australia’s Zerella Fresh this month committed to expanding the capacity of their potato washing and grading line. Building on a long and successful relationship, Zerella Fresh has again chosen to reinvest with Wyma Solutions for their post-harvest needs.
Potato crisp manufacturing is a competitive industry, one where efficiency is a crucial factor in staying ahead of the competition. Wyma’s Vege-Polisher™ system combines both polishing and peeling technology in a unique package to minimise the impact and wear on downstream potato processing