In 2023, Reemoon’s business covers 32 countries including the United States and Spain, covering the core fruit and vegetable production areas worldwide.
In 2022, the fruit and vegetable sorting system FRUSCAN S7 combined with AI technology achieved greatly successful in Australia, South Africa, and other countries; The 110000 square meter new factory of Reemoon was completed, and Reemoon research center in Australia was established.
In 2021, The first digital intelligent sorting line was launched into the market and successfully exported to Colombia.
In 2020, the Reemoon sorting equipment has covered more than 50 types of fruits and vegetables with a diameter from 10MM to 250MM.
In 2018, INFRUSCAN's internal quality system was successfully applied to Citrus and Apple, occupying 90% of the Chinese market. The same year, cherry sorting equipment enters the South American market.
In 2017, Reemoon’s products were launched in 10 countries, including Israel, Australia, and Spain.
In 2015, it entered the Egyptian market and ranked first in the new market share in the region the following year.
In 2014, Reemoon entered the South African market and ranked first in the new market share in the region after three years.
In 2013, fungicide and hot water preservation equipment was developed and popularized in China.
In 2011, Reemoon developed the visual sorting equipment for fruits and vegetables.
In 2010, Reemoon achieved significant success in the Chinese market, with equipment breaking through 1200 lanes, and establishing a leading position.
In 2008, the first Reemoon kiwi fruit and apple sorting equipment entered the market.
In 2005, Reemoon independently developed V1.0 sorter control system and master core technology.
In 2003, Reemoon entered the field of electronic fruit sorters and became the first enterprise engaged in electronic fruit sorters in China.
In 2001, Mr. Zhu Qingneng helped his younger generation (Zhu Yi and Zhu Er) establish the earliest fruit packaging factory in the local for local fruit farmers.
In 1989, Mr. Zhu Qingneng resigned from his teaching job and established a 4 ha navel orange orchard, which was expanded to 137 ha in 1992.