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New apple varieties, new mutants, new pest control procedures, new machineries and equipment, new means of production: Interpoma – international trade show for the cultivation, storage and marketing of the apple – is theworldwide unique event of its kind.
South Tyrol is the largest contiguous apple-growing area in all of Europe. With its know-how and standards of technology, it’s among the leading apple-producing regions. Bolzano, as the capital of South Tyrol, is consequently the ideal location for the world-renowned tradeshow on the apple.

Interpoma presents the complete process chain from the cultivation to the storage and marketing of the fruit of Adam and Eve – an experience throughout 360°, focused on business, hospitality, enogastronomy and nature, rounded up by a top-class event programme with a special attention on the international congress “The Apple in the World”.

Die Messe Interpoma, 2016 , die alle zwei Jahre in Bozen (Italien) stattfindet, ist mittlerweile wichtigster internationaler Treffpunkt für Fachleute, die an den modernsten Technologien im Apfelanbau interessiert sind.

Aus diesem Grund, ist die Firma Frumaco Europe mit ihren einzigartigen Obsterntemaschinen auf der Interpoma vertreten (auf der Messe INTERFRUCTA in Stuttgart wird Frumaco Europe auch ausstellen).

Die Obsterntemaschinen Tecnofruit stellen heute sicherlich die fortschrittlichste Lösung für die Ernte dar und bieten sich als all-round Maschinen für die Arbeiten über das ganze Jahr hin an.

Überzeugen Sie sich selbst davon, das Frumaco Europe Team heisst Sie auf dem Stand C18/58 herzlich willkommen!

Bitte bestätigen Sie Ihren Besuch, gerne wird ein Termin für Sie vorgemerkt, damit Sie keine Wartezeiten in Kauf nehmen müssen.

Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns:

Mr. Tom Neumann

E-mail: tom(at)

Mobile: +49 171 7847140

Skype: tom-neumann

Mr. Stefan Scharrer

E-mail: scharrer.stefan(at)

Mobile: +39 338 6245931

Skype: stefan.scharrer_hermes


The labour costs involved in the harvest can be reduced by a third, with savings of about 15,000 Euro for every 10 hectares (as shown in a showcase firm) due to a smaller number of workers during the harvest, to a higher performance level per worker compared to traditional ways of picking and to a reduction of the number of rejects. All this, together with low running costs allows for a very short amortisation period.



Harvesting with machines of the TECNOFRUIT series will result in a supreme quality of the picked fruit in comparison with other methods.


Picking the fruit of the whole tree in one go (making for a uniform quality), the direct transport of the fruit to the fruit containers, the fact that the workers will be less tired during the harvest, are just some of the points contributing to a higher performance.

In the last few years the harvest has become one of the biggest problems for the modern fruit grower. The prices of fruit vary a lot, labour costs are ever on the increase, the availability of staff on the labour market is ever more problematic, and the administrative burden put on the running of the business is increasingly complex. It is inescapable that agricultural firms must continually rationalise and mechanise their production processes. The modern fruit grower is forced to choose machinery that substantially lowers the production costs but at the same time takes into account the demands of the market as far as quality is concerned.

Hermes Tecno L - Harvesting Technology

Hermes Tecno L – Harvesting Technology

It is for these reasons that our fruit picking machines with conveyor belts are so widely appreciated: they guarantee quality, functionality and simplicity of use. As long ago as 1975 HERMES began to market these fruit picking machines. Today our firm boasts the widest practical experience, on a European level, and succeeds in uniting innovative machines with the demands of the modern fruit grower with these models:

FRUMACO Tecnofruit CF110: for orchards where the spacing between the tree rows is 3,70 to 4.50 metres

FRUMACO Tecnofruit CF105: for orchards where the spacing between the tree rows is 3.00 to 3.80 metres

HERMES PLUK-O-TRAK: for small orchards until 5 ha where the spacing between the tree rows is 2.90 to 3.70 metres


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