At Storex, we are constantly developing new products and improving our existing product lines. To achieve this, we work closely with renowned research stations and universities, including Wageningen UR and Radboud University. This collaboration enables us to apply the latest technologies and scientific insights in our research and development (R&D) activities.

At Storex, we believe that innovation is the key to success. That's why we remain committed to developing breakthrough products that help our customers succeed. With our leading R&D activities and our collaborations with renowned research stations, we are sure that we can continue to provide the best products to our customers.


In order to store fruit and vegetables for longer and better after harvest and to minimize storage losses due to rot through daily monitoring of the product, Storex has, thanks to the Interreg and Horizon2020 program, together with academic partners such as Radboud University, VCBT Leuven, LWK Jork , Cranfield University , developed the Max Fresh system.

By a daily measurement of relevant gases in a storage cell:

products can be safely stored at the lowest possible oxygen content (DCA) without the risk of anaerobic fermentation.
the development of rot during storage and aging of the product is monitored daily.
The Max Fresh system is being technically developed with our partners Radboud University, NKT Photonics and Senseair and will be commercially available in 2024.

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