Improving your agribusiness in an intelligent way

Tolsma-Grisnich is a true specialist in intelligent storage technology and the company is renowned for automating and optimising the processing of agricultural products. The combination of technology and storage advice results in the highest possible storage efficiency for customers. The strength of Tolsma-Grisnich lies in the company's very broad expertise and experience in storing and processing agricultural products. This is reflected in customer-specific installations and turnkey projects for storing, processing and packaging.

Your innovative and intelligent partner

Tolsma-Grisnich caters for the comprehensive pathway of receipt, transport, storage, bunker storage, cleaning, sorting and packaging; they combine the separate components into intelligent total solutions. These total concepts stand out by virtue of their innovative character.


  • Innovations at Agritechnica

    Agritechnica in Hanover, from the 8th to the 14th of November, will be a must for anyone interested in global innovations in mechanisation. Tolsma-Grisnich (hall 24, stand A10) will also be at the fair, presenting a host of innovations for growers and processors of potatoes, onions and carrots.

  • Vision Control takes weather and energy into account

    Tolsma-Grisnich's user-friendly Vision Control climate computer has been extended with two new modules: 'Energy management' and 'Weather in Control'. This means that control of the storage climate can now take account of the energy supply and needs of the business, as well as current weather forecasts.

  • Dutch demonstration of TG Samro stone and clod separator

    The TG Samro stone and clod separator will be demonstrated in the Netherlands for the first time during the Tolsma Meat & Greet event. Stones and clods are separated from the batch with the utmost accuracy and at a high capacity.

  • Changes to legislation forces choices in refrigeration

    European legislation is making increasingly high demands with regard to refrigerants in cooling installations, entailing difficult choices for growers and processors alike. Must they settle for less efficient storage or should they invest in quality and sustainable efficiency?