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Scaling Up Post-Harvest Processing With Automated Systems

August 6, 2021 | 2:30 pm | 32 | Processing

Current market conditions necessitate a shift to automated systems in order for businesses to grow and compete. Small, medium, and large operators will all need to automate in different ways in order to retain current market share and to capture new market share. Integrated automated systems bring huge advantages in product consistency, efficiency, and continuity of flow in your production facility. Automating a portion of your process, or your entire process will increase production, allow for better quality control, and improve workplace safety. In addition to these benefits, collecting information along the automation chain can help managers make data-driven decisions, and ensure that product integrity and output are maximized. Less human touch points means the risk of contamination is reduced, allowing human capital to focus on quality assurance and consistency of the final product, Waiting to integrate automation is no longer an option. It has now become about how to automate intelligently, which part of your process to automate first, and how to connect automation points.

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Cullen Raichart, Founder & CEO: GreenBroz Inc.

Cullen Raichart, Founder and CEO of GreenBroz, Inc. has more than 12 years of experience as an entrepreneur and inventor. A Veteran of the United States Armed Forces, Cullen is driven to create American-made products that offer solutions to the growing agriculture industry.

Prior to founding GreenBroz, Inc., Cullen worked in the corporate world for a Fortune 500 company until realizing his passion for creating innovative products. His goal became the streamlining of the harvesting processes and, in turn, reducing growers time and costs.

Cullen is considered a distinguished inventor whose drive has earned him a reputation as a pioneer in automation in emerging agricultural markets.

Cullen’s vision for end-to-end harvesting technology has led GreenBroz, Inc. to become a world leader in automated harvesting solutions.

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