Mechanical engineer and entrepreneur Ryal Schallenberger is helping cidermakers throughout the northwest by providing a mobile juicing service. He drives truck and trailer right in to the orchard and in 30-minutes is ready to start moving through 3 bins of apples an hour with a yield of 150-200 gallons of juice per hour.
Northwest Mobile Juicing offered services to cidermakers for the first time in 2015 and there is no looking back.
In 2016 Ryal is looking at expanding his portfolio of juicing trailers. This means dedicated trailers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and a fixed location in Montana.
In this episode Ryal discusses the roots of mobile juicing.
Where did mobile juicing come from?
Think German innovation first with the likes of Kreuzmayr (see link below)…a man from Canada going on says Ryal, “The Canadian version of Shark Tank” securing money and viola a business is born.
Ryal explains the juicing process from start to finish including the cost for starting up such a service.
Northwest Mobile Juicing provides:
Interested is having Ryal come to your orchard? Or want to get into mobile juicing?
Contact Ryal Schallenberger at Northwest Mobile Juicing
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Northwest Mobile Juicing
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- telephone: 406-360-1110
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