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TOMRA to highlight the benefits of its equipment at Asia Fruit Logistica 2019

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TOMRA Food, Compac and BBC Technologies will showcase their advanced sorting, grading and packing solutions at Asia Fruit Logistica 2019, which will take place from 4-6 September in Hong Kong. The three companies will be exhibiting together at Hall 5 Booth N20, where Compac will unveil InVision2, the new cherry grading platform that takes cherry grading and sizing accuracy to a new level.

TOMRA Food’s presence will highlight how technology enables producers to improve accuracy, efficiency and yields, while ensuring high standards in food quality, hygiene and traceability – and reducing food waste.

Compac will present its new cherry grading platform, InVision2. Developer states new platform delivers the most accurate cherry sizing and grading performance on the market today. It retains its predecessor’s industry-leading 5 views of the fruit and raises the bar on detection of fine defects, such as stem pulls, bruising, sutures, small scarring and other small-size blemishes. It features ultra-high-resolution optics for the detection of fine blemishes, while new LED lighting provides greater illumination of each cherry.

According to Compac InVision2 can be further enhanced with the TotalView module to provide 7 views, delivering the only system capable of true 100% surface inspection of the cherry at true production speeds.

Prototype testing of InVision2 was completed at Prima Frutta, California's premier supplier of cherries and apples. The system was tested thoroughly in the very challenging 2019 Californian Cherry season with very positive sizing and blemish improvements. As a result of the performance and Return on Investment Prima Frutta has decided to expand their operation’s capacity with 32 new InVision2 TotalView lanes, and upgrades to all existing lanes.

BBC Technologies will highlight the benefits of its world-leading complete turnkey solutions for sorting, optimizing and packing small fruit, and its ability to develop turnkey solutions that are specifically designed to meet the needs of individual customers.

Visitors to the booth will be able to view detailed reports on fruit’s internal and external quality and characteristics in great detail at the Fruit Sensor Lab. The inspection, which will use Tomra Food’s latest sensor technologies, such as Compac’s Spectrim and Inspectra² platforms, will reveal more characteristics than is possible with older technology, including sweetness level, internal defects, storage capability, and hard-to-see subtle external defects. The experience will demonstrate the power and possibilities of today’s advanced grading platforms and software algorithms.

For further information about Compac, please see www.compacsort.com.

For further information about BBC Technologies, please see http://bbctechnologies.com.

For further information about TOMRA, please see www.tomra.com

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