Interko, the global player for the design, manufacture and installation of state-of-the-art fruit ripening rooms, is thrilled to be returning to the trade exhibition trail at World Food Moscow 2021 next week where exhibitors and visitors will meet face-to-face again following the relaxation of many Covid-19 restrictions.
As an exhibitor, Interko is looking forward to meeting personally with current and prospective customers to showcase first-hand the benefits of its latest ripening technology advances for operators across Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS or Russian Commonwealth) where demand is rising for proven technology to ripen exotic fruits.
Chris Maat, Managing Director/Partner at Interko, comments: “Nothing compares to doing business in person, and now that we can meet customers face-to-face again we can’t wait to share and demonstrate our most recent developments at international trade fairs, starting with World Food Moscow 2021.”
Interko will exhibit in Pavilion 3, Hall 14, Stand C8035 at World Food Moscow 2021, which returns on 21-24 September at the Crocus Expo in Moscow, Russia. Any operator who wishes to learn more about Interko and its technology is welcome to schedule an appointment to meet the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interko continues to supply the most advanced ripening technology on the global market ever since the industry’s first modern fruit ripening room was pioneered over 50 years ago by the company, which is located in Moerkapelle, the Netherlands.
Interko’s latest design improvements will enable Russian and CIS retailers, importers, distributors, wholesalers and food processors to add even more value to their tropical and exotic fruit supply thanks to cost reductions, energy savings and a superior understanding of the ripening process, all of which will enhance system performance, fruit quality, and profitability.
Interko is globally renowned for its banana ripening rooms, and the company is the world’s longest-serving provider. Additionally, Interko can offer Russian and CIS companies a range of rooms that suit either small or large operators looking to ripen to perfection tropical and exotic fruits, such as: avocados, mangoes and kiwifruit.
By installing modern ripening rooms, Russian and CIS operators will also improve their understanding of the ripening process, and how to manage the fruit that they are ripening.
Maat explains: “Education truly is the gateway to adding even more value. With older ripening systems, the operator lacks adequate temperature or ethylene control, which can make you doubt your understanding and the ripening process.”