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Miller’s 100th-issue pride


“The Miller Magazine that has covered the milling sector for 12 years celebrates its 100th issue together with the representatives of this vital sector. While the stakeholders of this sector are united over the idea that this magazine adds value to this sector, this fact raises the responsibility of the publishing team.”  The Miller Magazine that began its publishing life …

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Sustainability in the AgCommodity Business : Understanding the pull-and-push dynamics

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“Within agricultural policies and societal perception of agriculture in the European Union, Paris Agreement, UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Cork 2.0 declaration are key sustainability pillars for future agricultural policies of the EU. A historical change also becomes visible in the fact that elements affecting sustainable development of agriculture increasingly become an integral part of the The Common Agricultural …

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A loyalty night for the doyens of Turkish milling


TABADER, the common platform of the companies operating in cereal and pulses processing technologies, storage and analysis systems, organized a night of loyalty for the doyens who served the milling sector in Turkey for 50 years. In the spectacular night that brought together representatives of the sector, the veterans were honored with awards.  Attracting attention with activities organized despite being …

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Bühler built a wheat mill for Kenyan Bakex Millers


Leading grain technology company Bühler Group, has opened a wheat mill in Thika, Kenya with Bakex Millers, a local company. Bakex Millers Limited, Thika-based grain miller, unveiled a new wheat mill as part of its strategy to increase production capacity together with grain technology giant Bühler Group. The new 300-tons per day wheat milling plant will increase the firm’s total …

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Alapala built a semolina plant in Mersin


Alapala, one of the world’s leading companies in milling technologies, built a new semolina plant in Mersin, southern Turkey. The new turnkey semolina mill was designed as 500+500 tons per day and the first phase of the project has been completed. Alapala, a leading company in milling technology producer, is continuing its turn-key projects. Alapala announced that it has agreed …

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Russian food companies switching to domestic equipment


Russian food companies are increasingly using domestic machinery. Promoting the use of domestic machinery with official policies, Moscow carries the expectation that the domestic food processing industry sector will grow threefold by 2030. Measures to provide state support have a positive impact on the development of domestic mechanical engineering for the food processing industry. The share of Russian producers on …

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TMO to make all purchases from licensed warehouses in 2019


It has been stated that Turkish Grain Board (TMO) will skip to the licensed warehousing system which attracts great attention worldwide within two years.  İsmail Kemaloğlu, General Director of Turkish Grain Board (TMO) stated that they give importance in licensed warehousing and said, “We believe it will be beneficial to parties. As of 2019, TMO will make all of its …

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Turkish exporters imported 3 million tons of wheat in 9 months


According to the data of Turkish Ministry of Customs, $1.18 billion of agricultural products of which customs duties were reduced were imported in the first nine months of 2017. In this period, Turkey imported 652 million dollars of wheat within the scope of inward processing regime. 1.18 billion dollars is spent for the food products which were exported through reducing …

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Cargill planning to build port facility for exporting Brazillian grains

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Accelerating its investments in Brazil, Cargill is interested in two important projects in this grain producer country. One of them is a terminal project for the transport of cereals from the Brazilian grain cultivating region Mato Grosso. The other is the Ferrogrão railway project, which will connect the grain grown areas to the ports in northern Brazil. Cargill, one of …

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ADM sells oilseeds operations in Bolivia


Prominent agricultural processor and food ingredient provider ADM announced that it has sold its oilseeds operations in Bolivia to Peru-based Inversiones Piuranas S.A. Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its oilseeds operations in Bolivia to Peru-based Inversiones Piuranas S.A. The sale encompasses ADM’s processing facility in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, as …

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