As China’s economy has grown, so have the nation’s tastes and interests. Trends are favoring new fresh products, and demanding year-round supply. Last year, fruits which gained popularity were blueberries, grapes, cherries, and pineapple, most of which must be imported much of the year. Domestic production has risen to meet these demands as well, including the new tomato production being developed by Tiansheng.
Their pioneer project will focus on greenhouse tomato production, and has been guided by the Murcian company Riqueza Mediterranea. Induser is pleased to consult on this project, offering our expertise in specialty packing. Of particular interest to the project was the multiformat options of Induser’s automatic packing lines, offering enormous flexibility to keep up with the changing market demands for different formats and packaging.A special thanks to Riqueza Mediterranea and Francisco García Perez for counting on Induser for this international project, and we look forward to seeing the development of Tiansheng. With 100 hectars of greenhouses with the latest technology for tomato production, this project will produce the largest glass greenhouse installation in China.