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TABADER’s Doyens Night becomes international

TABADER’s Second Doyen Gathering attracted huge interest. Many prominent names have been awarded at the night of which name has been changed into “International Doyens’ Gathering and Award Ceremony”. Mustafa Bayram, CEO of TABADER, said that the gathering “is not just a ceremony,” adding that the gathering commemorates those who passed away while encouraging the youth. The Association of Cereal …

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Cimbria to supply state-of-the-art drying technology

Cimbria has won the order of two big projects for Lantmännen in Sweden consisting of intake, pre-cleaning, drying and storage for new grain terminals. Both plants will have new ECO-Logic continuous flow dryers, which represent the absolute state-of-the-art in terms of current technology. For customers, gentle and uniform drying with optimum energy consumption are essential, in addition to a high …

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Symaga completes great projects in Algeria, Sudan, Myanmar and Mexico

Symaga takes stock of 2018 with an increasing number of important projects in its portfolio, ensuring a growing turnover and references list for the next few years after becoming the a global key supplier of silos for the major storage projects worldwide during last year. These projects include the new storage terminal and extrusion of soybeans plant in the Algerian …

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Future of flour and feed sectors discussed in TABADER-IFP 2019

Association of Cereal and Pulses Processing Technologies, Storage and Analysis Systems (TABADER) discussed the problems of the sector in detail with the International Flour, Feed, and Pulses Summit it has organized in Istanbul. Future analyzes and predictions of the sectors were discussed and strategic suggestions were put forward for the sectors. The presence of participants from different countries provided a global …

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The Stern-Wywiol Gruppe again ranks as an “Innovations-Champion” among German medium-sized businesses

In 2018 the Stern-Wywiol Gruppe was classed among the 50 most innovative medium-sized companies in Germany for the second time running. The “Innovations-Champion” ranking is determined by the management consultants Munich Strategy in cooperation with the news magazine WirtschaftsWoche. Over 3,500 German companies with annual sales between 10 million and 1 billion EUR took part in the evaluation. “We don’t …

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Bühler introduces blockchain-ready solutions at Hannover Messe

At the Microsoft booth at the Hannover Messe, Bühler introduced leading-edge technologies to increase food safety standards. Laatu is a breakthrough technology to reduce microbial contamination in dry goods, and Tubex Pro, a smart, self-optimizing scale system. These solutions are connected to the Bühler Insights IoT platform to ensure a new degree of traceability and transparency along the food value …

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TABADER contributes to human capital and trains the sector

More than one hundred trainees have participated in “TABADER International Certified Milling Training” held simultaneously with the IDMA Exhibition on 21-23 March 2019. The training aims to meet the educational objectives of the sector in terms of qualified human resources at the international level. In an attempt to address the sector’s needs for educated labor force, TABADER launched a milling …

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Cigi receives $6.2 million in funding

The Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi) is receiving $6.2 million in funding from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership’s AgriMarketing program. The announcement was made at Cigi by Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. Over the next three years Cigi will use this funding to demonstrate Canadian wheat quality to international markets, improve customer knowledge of the performance and functionality of …

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Climate change could leave millions hungry, warns UN

Tens of millions of people across the world will be affected by food crises this year. The alarm comes in a report by the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Programme in collaboration with the European Union. Food crises will affect tens of millions of people across the world this year, researchers warned in March, after war, …

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Floods in U.S. Farm Belt devastates harvests

Record floods have devastated a wide swath of the Farm Belt across Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and several other states. Early estimates of lost crops and livestock are approaching $3 billion. Spring floods in March have inundated a swath of the U.S. grain belt from Nebraska to Iowa, causing an estimated $3 billion of damage. The rising waters have wrecked …

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