Tolsma- Grisnich develops innovative total solutions for the entire process of handling, storage, processing and packaging of Agricultural products.
The entire process from receipt, transport, bunker storage, cleaning, sorting and packaging.
Whether it concerns long-term storage with mechanical cooling of onions or the dynamics of a potato processing company. The installations must do what they were designed for. Always!
To make this possible, we have developed an extensive package of service and maintenance services. Tailored to your situation and wishes. So that the efficiency of your installation is maintained, with minimal downtime, without surprises.
View the options we offer regarding service, training and maintenance on these pages. Contact us for more information.
About Tolsma- Grisnich
As a family business, Tolsma-Grisnich has been a pioneer for more than 75 years and leading specialist in the efficient storage and primary processing of potatoes, onions and carrots .
From the international potato capital Emmeloord, Tolsma-Grisnich serves its customers with smart, innovative and concept-oriented solutions with which they demonstrably distinguish themselves. With high-quality customised solutions and intensive process supervision, Tolsma-Grisnich relieves its clients of all their worries and guarantees them the highest return.
Tolsma-Grisnich Summer Check 2023
Your storage facility and/or processing line - just like your car, tractor or machine - needs periodic maintenance in order to function without problems. It is even legally required to have your cooling installation inspected annually, for example. Not maintaining the storage place and/or processing line leads to higher costs in the long term. Therefore, have your ventilation, cooling installation, electrical installations, hatches, sorting machine, washers, conveyor belts checked by a recognized party.
How to Pre-cut Potato Seed Tubers
Andy’s Advice: Andy Robinson advice Extension Potato Agronomist, NDSU/UMN
Designing A New Potato Store
When planning for new storage, the designer needs to future-proof the facility. To ensure the stores longevity they should consider external influences (e.g., climate), product storage requirements, environment and government regulations and energy consumption.