HAITH TALKING TURNKEY SOLUTIONS AT THIS YEAR’S ONION AND CARROT CONFERENCE.
Visitors to November’s Onion and Carrot Conference in Cambridge will be the first to hear about Haith Group’s latest projects in the sector.
The specialist vegetable handling and processing machinery manufacturer is exhibiting at the conference on Wednesday 20th November for the 14th consecutive year.
Ken Hollingworth UK Sales and Ben Sutcliffe, Haith’s Trainee Sales Engineer will be on the company’s stand at the Cambridge Corn Exchange to talk about the Haith’s capabilities and latest innovations, which include developing turnkey solutions for Stourgarden, the UK’s largest onion packer and working with WM Morrison to develop a sophisticated carrot washing, grading and packing facility.
“We’re very well known for designing and building excellent machines that carrot and onion growers rely on,” says Mr Hollingworth. “We’re also known for constantly striving to improve our products, but we don’t always have time to tell people about the new features we’ve introduced and the bespoke solutions we’ve developed for people. So, we’re going to use the Onion and Carrot Conference to do just that!”
Since starting in business in 1943, Haith has designed and installed over 1200 handling lines for carrot and onion growers and sold hundreds of washing, polishing and destoning machines and pre-soak tanks to farmers of all sizes as well as large pack house operators and food processors in the UK and around the world.