TOMRA Food will exhibit its sensor-based sorting machines and most advanced technologies at Gulfood Manufacturing in Dubai.
Gulfood Manufacturing 2019, the biggest food industry event in the Middle East, Asia and Africa region, prepares to connect 36.000 suppliers from over 60 countries in Dubai. TOMRA Food will showcase its most advanced grading, sorting and peeling technologies at Stand D3-36, Hall 3 between 29 – 31 October 2019.
TOMRA Food, the leader in sensor-based sorting solutions for a wide range of food applications, supports safe food supply by improving the operational efficiency of food manufacturers and processors. At Gulfood Manufacturing 2019, TOMRA Food focuses on nuts, dried fruit, French fries and fresh-cut sorting technologies, in which it aims to increase its presence in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region. Stating that they will inform their visitors about the Nimbus BSI+, TOMRA 5B and TOMRA 3C sorting machines which are particularly prominent in these applications at the exhibition, Dimitrie Knopfmacher, Regional Sales Manager at TOMRA Food explained: “The advanced features of our food sorting and peeling machines help facilities work more efficiently, achieve higher-quality products, minimize product waste and maximize profits.”
Expressing that they convened with industry experts and opened the way to new business areas and markets in Gulfood Manufacturing 2019, Dimitrie Knopfmacher explained: “Gulfood Manufacturing connects numerous suppliers and customers in the food processing industry in the MENA region, is one of the platforms that TOMRA Food attaches importance to. It enables us to share with food manufacturers and processors our advanced technology and advantages we offer, while also providing various good opportunities to improve our knowledge and observations about markets.”
Underlining that the efficient use of resources and food waste problems are also important for the food industry in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa), Dimitrie Knopfmacher said: “Agricultural developments and increasing food demand represent the biggest challenges in the food industry in the MENA region. Until now, agriculture has not played an important role in this
region due to food imports even though the food gap is increasing in the recent years. Today, the goal in the region is to secure a sustainable growth in agriculture in order to increase production and food safety. Therefore, we believe that TOMRA will become an important business partner in the area of food sorting and peeling for manufacturers, processors and suppliers in this region.”
- For more information on these technologies, visit TOMRA Food’s booth in Hall 3, Stand D3-36 at Gulfood Manufacturing 2019 between 29 – 31 October.