2
Aug
2016

13 Years for GP Graders

This year marks 13 years since GP Graders installed its first cherry grading line in the USA. The complete mechanical cherry grading line was installed in 2002 at Gold Digger in Oroville, Washington.
Gold Digger added a new 10 lane electronic AirJet® cherry grading line in 2013 working beside the existing line. The 2002 line is virtually unchanged and has needed very little maintenance, abiding by GP Graders “built to last” engineering philosophy. The company now has solid foundations in the US having installed countless new lines over the past 13 years. Stuart Payne, Director of GP Graders states, “the US is a principal market for us going forward with a major allocation of resources focused on service and after sales support. We have great expansion plans for the US over the coming years and only see growth in this market.”