Auckland, New Zealand, 20 September 2018 – Following exceptional grading results during the 2018 apple season with T&G in New Zealand, Compac has begun volume shipping of their next generation internal grading system, Inspectra2, for installation globally.
TOMRA Food and Compac, the global leaders in sensor-based sorting technology and packhouse solutions, invite you to experience a world-class sensor lab at Asia Fruit Logistica 2018, taking place from 5-7 September in Hong Kong, China.
Drakensburg, South Africa, August 27, 2018 – Compac, part of TOMRA Food, has launched a new Field Research Unit which can be deployed directly into the field to research the industry’s most challenging fresh produce issues. The new state-of-the-art laboratory, which is equipped with a broad range of sophisticated analytical sensor technologies from across TOMRA, is the first of its kind for the fresh produce industry. The Field Research Unit was launched at the 10th Citrus Research International Symposium in Drakensburg, South Africa (August 19-22) and begins customer-based testing next week.
- Creates world’s most extensive fit-for-purpose small-fruit sorting and packaging portfolio
- Leverages high growth in consumer demand for important superfood category
- Incorporates innovative traceability platform www.freshtracker.com
BERLIN, Germany, Feb. 8, 2018 – TOMRA Food is forming cross-industry working groups to accelerate development of digital standards for the Food industry, with the first meetings to be held in Q4, 2018.
MEDIA RELEASE – 5th October 2017 - Within a year of its acquisition by global food sorting leader TOMRA, New Zealand’s Compac has announced the development of its Inspectra2™ internal inspection system for fresh produce.
MEDIA RELEASE – 2nd October 2017 - Owner of the popular Cuties brand and largest grower/shipper of navel oranges in the US adopts 64 lanes of Compac’s latest technology