In 1983 the first part of a large CA/ULO facility was build in Zwaagdijk-Oost, The Netherlands. The contractor was vegetable and fruit auction WFO (West Friesland Oost) and CO2 adsorbers from their former cold stores were re-installed and replaced in 1987 with new Besseling ones.
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Besseling Group – NFO
Besseling Group – Een fruitteelt- en handelsbedrijf dat begon met koelfaciliteiten en uitgroeide tot wereldwijde leverancier op het gebied van bewaring en klimaatbeheersing in koelcellen.PDF
Re-designed CO2 adsorber successful
Besseling entirely re-designed their CO2 adsorber in 2014. The separation of the control unit and the carbon vessel meant a huge improvement. More flexibility during installation and capacities up to 2000 kg. CO2 per 24 hours. Savings in handling, on site and during transport. The new setup has the same low resistance as the former model. This means minimum heat-up of your cold stores with fruits hence minimum loss of moisture. Loss of moisture = loss of money, your money.
Enthusiasm about the Fruit Observer
The Fruit Observer of Besseling is reliable according to leading research institute.PDF
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The Big 5
Recently our competitor Van Amerongen (VA) launched their Big 5 campaign for promotion of their ACR system. The Dutch grower association NFO, magazines and other media published the Big 5 leaflet without noticing the false remarks made by VA towards competing systems. Besseling has demanded a rectification and wants to make the following statement about this campaign.