The results of a Tummers washing line at a Danish starch factory are right to be called astonishing! Between September and December last year, this process line consisting of four of our biggest washing installations ran 10 hours a day, washing a mind-blowing 700,000 tonnes of potatoes. Also, the expected yield of 130,000 tonnes of starch per season was easily exceeded by an astonishing 174,000 tonnes. A result to be proud of!
The construction works during the first phase of the Tummers new building project are progressing steadily. This second construction update describes which activities have taken place recently and what the planning for the period coming up looks like.
From 1 January 2021, the Tummers Food Processing Solutions logo shines on the uniform of the Belgian women's cycling team Bingoal Casino - Chevalmeire Cycling! With the regrettable cancellation of the beloved Cyclo-Cross World Cup in our hometown, we are pleased that we can still support cycling in this way.
The construction works during the first phase of the Tummers new building project are progressing steadily. This first construction update describes which activities have taken place recently and what the planning for the period coming up looks like.
Many of Tummers products are unique to the food processing sector and show exactly what we stand for; enabling our customers to process as safely, quickly and sustainably as possible. The blog series Solution in the spotlight this time tells the story behind the Tummers fresh produce pump, which transports potatoes, fruits and vegetables through cutting lines.
Tummers Food Processing Solutions' ambitious expansion plan has officially started on September 2nd. With this long-awaited building project the Dutch machine building company prepares for a sustainable future, which will also be reflected in its new building.
Tummers Food Processing Solutions have recently unveiled their latest development in the market, a steam peeler, with a total cost of ownership that is lower than any other peeler available. The peel loss of this machine is comparable with the result of other peelers on the market, but at lower operational costs and a lower steam consumption. In addition, the TSP is safer to clean, operate and maintain.
Hoogerheide, June 16, 2020 – Tummers Food Processing Solutions recently developed an innovation that redirects the emission of steam peeling machines, so the energy can be used for other purposes later in the process. This ‘E²E-Condenser’ thereby puts an end to one of the cons of steam peeling, while it also saves costs and energy.
Recently the international manufacturer of processed potato products Lamb Weston / Meijer announced to expand its business in order to meet the world-wide increased demand for potato flakes.