The move helps ensure increased through-put of products, as well as eradicating the potential for overpeeling, as reported on Insider Media website this week.
Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, our chief financial officer here at Fourayes Farm, said:
“We had previously leased our English Bramley apple peeling, coring and seed-celling equipment, but the HSBC UK Equipment Finance facility has given us the freedom to purchase and create a totally bespoke and unique unit to match our specific technology requirements.
We need the increased production capability due to a new growing method we have pioneered for the Bramley Apple, called close planting.
Our company continues to enjoy substantial growth and the new equipment will not only further support our future business strategy but continue to ensure the best quality English Bramley apple products are available for customers across the UK and Europe.”
This followed Fourayes securing a six-figure HSBC UK Equipment Finance facility to support the purchase of this amazing new machinery and confirms our continued commitment to continuous improvement.