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Hemp, a crop with a hundred and one applications, is experiencing a global reboot. Market analysts predict hemp’s recent exponential global growth will mean a market evaluation of USD $26.6 billion by 2025.
The Coastal Development Authority (CDA) are responsible for the rejuvenation of Kenya’s coastal region, with improvements to local enterprise being one of their main objectives. Alvan Blanch have worked in partnership with the CDA to bring a once dormant Mango processing plant back to life.
This has been the next phase of the factory investment, all to create a better and more productive working environment for our factory staff. An environment that ensures greater efficiency, with no compromise in the quality of our manufacturing.
Harvest 2019 will be described by few as an “easy one”. In the UK, we have seen areas of widespread flooding and some very difficult patches of weather. For some, particularly in the North and Scotland, this has caused huge delays or the total destruction of crops.
With a peak in popularity in the 1950’s, grass is one of the oldest crops that we process with our driers, after grain. It was during this time that the Conveyor Drier was born, created to move non-flowing products, such as grass.