edp has evolved into a leading Australian supplier of fresh fruit and vegetable grading & packaging solutions including machinery and consumables. With over sixty-five years of experience in the business, edp has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience which is on offer to its customers.
An original equipment manufacturer, edp has exported packaging machinery for more than thirty years. In more recent times the company has developed very strong associations with European, manufacturers to offer the best technology in the world of fresh produce packaging equipment.
edp supplies an extensive range of packaging consumables including, net, labels, flow wrap material and clipping wire.
In addition to the manufacturing and distribution packaging and handling equipment, edp has an extensive service department for customer needs. edp is based in Mooroopna in Central Victoria, right in the heart of one of Australia’s largest fruit, vegetable and agricultural production areas.
John Bean Technologies Corporation (JBT), is a global leader in food processing and air transportation solutions. As JBT and formerly as two key businesses within FMC, they have been innovators and market leaders for more than a century–a valued partner to the food producing and air transportation industries.
Waterpool Trading is a community-owned entity which was set up by a group of irrigators in 2012 to ensure a fair, market-driven trading platform.
We promote water as a resource in agriculture across all industries providing you with the tools to make informed decisions around managing your water, short and long term.
Waterpool supplies a range of products and resources and we pride ourselves in our commitment to personalised service and transparent trading.
All profits are returned to the business, or the community via educational programs, scholarships or community funds.
Waterpool is proud to partner with Citrus Australia and to support the citrus industry.
Horticulture Innovation Australia (HIA) is a not-for-profit, grower-owned Research and Development Corporation (RDC) for Australia’s $9 billion horticulture industry. HIA invests more than $100 million in research, development and marketing plans annually.