Cherries

Connected Support & Learning

It’s just a harsh reality that things go pear-shaped sometimes. We don’t like it any more than you do. To further enhance the support channels for our customers, we’ve created a direct link between our grading software and our online ticketing system for logging service and support requests. This newly launched platform, for our customers…

October 1, 2022
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gpVision™ – Intelligence Simplified

With the launch of our gpVision™ in 2018 came the intention to significantly improve the usability of fruit grading software. All systems to date have had a steep learning curve and lacked intuitiveness, making the process of getting the machine up and running arduous and frustrating. The result of the last 2 years of research,…

September 27, 2022
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The evolution of gpVision™

In May 2022, we celebrate the 4 year anniversary of gpVision™, our flagship grading solution for cherries, blueberries, snack tomatoes, grapes and stone fruit. With over 50 sites across the globe now running gpVision™, it’s abundantly evident that the sorting solutions GP Graders are providing are being celebrated by produce packers that demand superior sorting…

May 19, 2022
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Spreyton Fresh’n Up Their Cherry Grading Line

Tasmania’s reputation for high-quality fresh produce is truly well deserved. There’s pride in the fruit that’s produced and great care is taken to ensure that fruit is delivered to consumers at a level that defines the region as one of the world’s greatest. When Spreyton Fresh and GP Graders first established their relationship, nearly 10…

February 23, 2022
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The Grading Software Everyone is Talking About

It was a busy year in 2021 with a large number of packing sheds making the switch to our proprietary vision grading system, gpVision™.  These businesses that upgraded to gpVision™ on their existing machinery were elated with the difference it made for the quality of fruit they could pack and labour cost reductions they benefitted…

February 8, 2022
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Fruit Grading 101

People often think we flatten roads. That’s usually the first thing that comes to mind when we mention grading.  In fact, just the other day we had a chuckle about the fact that one of the longest-standing employees took up a job here when he was 17 because he liked heavy machinery and thought road…

October 28, 2021
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The Show Goes On

After a couple of years of challenges for in-person events, we’re pleased to be attending a number of upcoming events: The 79th Annual Cherry Institute Date: Friday, January 7, 2022 Venue: Yakima Convention Center, Yakima, Washington Info: Each year, the Cherry Institute Board meets to discuss critical topics and challenges they think are important to…

October 17, 2021
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A compelling case for Electronic Vision Grading Systems

In a time when labour is not only expensive but also in short supply, a business plan or strategy that’s weighted towards staff reduction is more important than ever before. If the yields that your business is producing exceed 100 tonnes, and you’re still using manual methods to grade your fruit, it’s high time you…

September 17, 2021
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Milbor PMC Monthly Mini Interview

Our next guest in the monthly mini interview is Stuart Payne from GP Graders. We’ve talked about cherry season and the ways to successfully identify defects to manage challenges during season. ⚖️ 🍒 Q: How would you sum up the cherry season in Central Europe? A: The European season was very challenging due to weather problems. In the central…

August 30, 2021
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Remarkable growth in exports from Chile

Versión en español The 2020/21 southern hemisphere cherry export season ended with a record 366,543 tons, or 52% more than the previous season. This new record figure was thanks to exports from Chile, which increased by 54.4% to 352,949 tons. The remarkable growth in exports from Chile is explained by the fact that more than…

August 20, 2021
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