GP Graders News

21
May
2020
Australian Manufacturing Stays Strong Throughout COVID-19
Australia’s management of the Coronavirus pandemic has left the country in good stead to continue onshore manufacturing operations. This means international exports have resumed to some extent in the midst of global restrictions. These sectors of the Australian economy are working hard to get back on track. GP Graders have taken these challenges in stride, having recently had a number of products certified as Australian Made. This has helped the company to solidify its status as a leader in domestic manufacturing.  
10
May
2020
Reduce Staff and Automate with GP Graders
GP Graders are in full production building machinery to meet the demands of the global fruit packing market. Leading to the spike in sales is the rush for packers to reduce the need for human packing staff, which has become an elevated priority in the wake of recent events.  As such, GP Graders is investing more of its resources into technologies and machinery designed to eliminate packhouse staff from the floor.
30
Mar
2020
GP Graders Shipping Worldwide in 2020
GP Graders, based in Melbourne, Australia, is open and in full production, meeting orders for the 2020 season.  The Australian Federal Government is unlikely to impose measures which would see any slowdown of the manufacturing sector. “We are all healthy, all at work and undertaking overtime to get the jobs out the door,” says Stuart Payne, Director of GP Graders.
 
16
Mar
2020
Time to Automate Your Packing Operations
Advances in technology mean that there has never been a more compelling time to invest in automation machinery for the fresh produce grading and packing industry.
16
Mar
2020
AirJet Vision® - Now for Plums
Within 18 months of its launch, GP Graders AirJet Vision® software has successfully been used to grade seven different fresh produce types, including fresh cherries, maraschino cherries, blueberries, loose grapes, cherry tomatoes, grape tomatoes and now, small plums.
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