Cooling and Sorting
Cooling and Sorting
Plums, table grapes, apricots and cherries are precooled within a few hours of harvest in order to eliminate the risk of spoilage and extend the shelf life intact and attractive to consumers. Technologically, the cooling process involves lowering the temperature of the fruits and stones to the optimum storage temperature in the shortest possible time.
In order to be able to deliver quality fruits, we built a modern fruit packing house, according to the standards. The sorted fruits are packed in cardboard boxes, in wooden crates or in flow pack casseroles, depending on customer demand.
The process is a continuous one and involves the purchase of packaging, corners, pallets, palletizing cloth and clamps. Boxes or crates are stored on pallets, which are loaded into refrigerated trucks.
In addition to our own packing house, we are associates of the House for Packaging and Processing of grapes, fruits and vegetables from Costești village.
Wooden crates: 30 cm x 40 cm, 30 cm x 50 cm
Cardboard boxes: 30 cm x 40 cm, 30 cm x 50 cm, 40 cm x 60 cm
Flow pack casserole: 19.50 cm x 11.30 cm
Flow-pack 1 kg/10 p.
After cooling, the fruits which are intended for immediate sale are placed in storage rooms. We have storage spaces with a total capacity of 1200 tons simultaneously.
Cold stores are built according to the latest standards of fruit storage, ensuring their safety for human consumption.
Today we export to several countries and our goal is to diversify export markets, both in terms of number of countries and number of customers. Our company is an active supplier of commercial networks in Romania, Poland, Russian Federation, Latvia, France, Germany.
All the documents for export (phytosanitary certificate, certificate of origin, safety certificate) are prepared by our managers. The process of preparing batches for export is monitored directly by one of our managers, which minimizes or even excludes the risk of quality errors or non-conformities.