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  • PROLAN

    COMMITMENT TO QUALITY

  • PROLAN

    PRODUCTION AND EXPORT OF FRESH FRUITS

  • THE BEST FRUIT

    MEET THE MOST DEMANDING INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

 

PROLAN

Packing Grapes

1. Reception

Intake of the fruit. Critical Point Quality Control inspection done and assessment of the load.

 

2. Cleaning

Mechanical brushes are used to dust off any foreign material on the fruits. This is a dry process. No Chemicals are used.

 

3. Selection

The fruit is graded by berry size, and placed in a carton box.

 

4. Packing

Each bunch is properly packed in a plastic bag or carry bag and carefull placed inside the carton box. Liners are used to protect the fruit.

 

5. Palletizing

Each pallet will holut one ton of fruit, but it will depend on the type of box used. All the pallets are made of certified treat wood.

 

6. Cold Storage

Forced air tunnels are used to lower the temperature of the fruit. A total of 600 pallets can be stored in our premises. All our cold storage chambers are computer controlled to provide the best conditions for the fruit.

 

7. Loading of Containers

The containers are loaded in our premises, in the packing station. All the containers are checkead for sanitation and alien objects before loading. The containers are then hauled to the port 200 km north.

 

Packing Citrus

1. Reception

Intake of the fruit. Critical Point Quality Control inspection done and assessment of the load.

 

2. Degreening 

This process is controlled by computers and connected to our supplier in Spain for debugging. The system sends automatic alerts to personnel involved in the process. The objective is to turn the color of the fruit from green to orange.

 

3. Cleaning and disinfecting the fruit

Chlorine water and in some cases neutral detergents is used to clean the fruit with the help of mechanical brushes. The concentration of all the chemicals used is cheked in order to comply with all the specifications from our different clients.

 

4. Waxing

A coat of Natural Wax is used to help preserve the fruit and make it look better. Mainly pure  Carnauba wax is used.

 

5. Sizing

A mechanical grader is used to calibrate the fruit by diameters.

 

6. Packing

Different types of carton boxes are used to pack the fruit, according to the requirements of the different markets. Each box will be marked with a code for future trazability.

 

7. Palletizing

Each pallet will hold about one ton of fruit, but it will depend on the type of box used. All the pallets are made of certified treated wood.

 

8. Cold storage

Forced air tunnels are used to lower the temperature of the fruit. A total of 600 pallets can be stored in our premises. All our cold storage chambers are computer controlled to provide the best conditions for the fruit.

 

9. Loading of Containers

The containers are loaded in our premises, in the packing station. All the containers are checked for sanitation and alien objects before loading. BASC  rules are applied for loading. The containers are then hauled to the port 200 km north.

 

Packing Avocados

1. Reception

Intake of the fruit. Critical Point Quality Control inspection done and assessment of the load.

 

2. Cleaning

Mechanical brushes are used to dust off any foreign material on the fruits. This is a dry process. No Chemicals are used.

 

3. Sizing

A mechanical grader is used to calibrate the fruit by weight.

 

4. Packing

Different types of carton boxes are used to pack the fruit, according to the requirements of the different markets. Each box will be marked with a code for future trazability.

 

5. Palletizing

Each pallet will hold about one ton of fruit, but it will depend on the type of box used. All the pallets are made of certified treated wood.

 

6. Cold Storage

Forced air tunnels are used to lower the temperature of the fruit. A total of 600 pallets can be stored in our premises. All our cold storage chambers are computer controlled to provide the best conditions for the fruit.

 

7. Loading of Containers

The containers are loaded in our premises, in the packing station. All the containers are checked for sanitation and alien objects before loading. BASC  rules are applied for loading. The containers are then hauled to the port 200 km north.

 

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