- Sales Coordinator Europe Division
- Sales Manager Europe Division
- Hydroponic Crop Manager
- Area Manager North-America
- Business Development Manager - LED Horticulture
- General Manager/Sales Manager - Mannum, South Australia
- Produce sales professionals
- Salesman - Vojvodina, North Serbia
- Internationaal Verkoper / Trader AGF - Barendrecht
- Production lab manager - Oregon, USA
Top 5 -yesterday
- Record Valencia crop gives southern African citrus exporters a full house of records
- Tamil Nadu: 15,000 acres of banana crops destroyed
- APAL appointment signals export readiness kick-off
- Interpoma a window on the future of the apple sector
- Australian Pacific Labour Scheme expansion welcomed by farmers
Top 5 -last month
- New pear sorting line for Houtekamer Fruit
- "We are not nervous about what is happening, we think our protocols should work"
- Julie, East Indian & other Jamaican mangoes to be exported to the US
- Farmers maintaining high productivity despite dry spells
- Cuba seeking trade partners willing to brave US embargo
Top 5 -last week
- Turkey: “The climate is very suitable for apple production"
- Egyptian spring onions more and more present in the German wholesale and retail trade
- Relationship between MPI and US facility now heading in the right direction
- "More food traceability and grocery delivery in 2019"
- Climate conditions South Africa for Nov 2018 and onwards
Stepac announces improvements to transportation boxes
Transporting and Storing Xtend® just got lighter!
"Our new boxes improve the ease and safe handling of Xtend® during the supply chain. In addition, they reduce carbon footprint and save our customers money by increasing the number of packaging units per shipping unit," says Garold Zeltzer, StePac's VP Operations & Supply Chain, "We are proud that this simple change has such a meaningful and positive impact on the environment and on our customers' operations. Initial feedback has been favourable."
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- 2018-11-16 WRAP signposts way towards sustainable use of plastics
- 2018-11-16 San Lucar meets cinema's ''The Grinch'
- 2018-11-14 “We help companies not represented in Asia minimize losses when their produce is rejected”
- 2018-11-14 UK firms makes new labels that track produce as it spoils
- 2018-11-14 Emma Sicher makes packaging from fermented bacteria and yeast
- 2018-11-13 UK: Should plastic-free packaging for fresh fruit and veg be mandatory?
- 2018-11-13 Packaging Automation announce major plans to support rapid growth
- 2018-11-08 'Premium berries should be offered in appropriate convenience packaging'
- 2018-11-08 Bio-Kette launches innovative cellulose fruit and vegetable nets
- 2018-11-07 Study: Extending shelf life of fresh produce by up to 4 days
- 2018-11-06 Canada: P.E.I. bag company sees plastic bag ban approaching
- 2018-11-02 "Reduction of packaging already a focus in breeding"
- 2018-11-02 Packaging in South Africa
- 2018-11-02 UK: Two Farmers - 100% compostable crisp bag
- 2018-11-01 Packing fresh produce in cardboard trays with top seal
- 2018-10-31 Polymer Logistics launches a container especially designed for plantains and bananas
- 2018-10-31 Eagle Packaging rebrands as EndFlex
- 2018-10-30 Brits fight plastic pollution with tea bags made of bananas
- 2018-10-30 UK’s Pipers Crisps wants to reduce waste