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This unmissable event in the wheat-flour-bread calendar sees JTIC welcoming more than 1,000 participants on each of the two days of the Fair. From the four corners of the world, milling and cereal ...

This unmissable event in the wheat-flour-bread calendar sees JTIC welcoming more than 1,000 participants on each of the two days of the Fair. From the four corners of the world, milling and cereal professionals come to Reims to discover what France and Europe has to offer in the way of equipment, ingredients, products, services and training.

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    • Digital Re-print September | October 2013 JTIC 2013 event preview Grain & Feed Milling Technology is published six times a year by Perendale Publishers Ltd of the United Kingdom. All data is published in good faith, based on information received, and while every care is taken to prevent inaccuracies, the publishers accept no liability for any errors or omissions or for the consequences of action taken on the basis of information published. ©Copyright 2013 Perendale Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior permission of the copyright owner. Printed by Perendale Publishers Ltd. ISSN: 1466-3872 www.gfmt.co.uk
    • Events T his unmissable event in the wheat-flour-bread calendar sees JTIC welcoming more than 1,000 participants on each of the two days of the Fair. From the four corners of the world, milling and cereal professionals come to Reims to discover what France and Europe has to offer in the way of equipment, ingredients, products, services and training. This year will be marked by numerous surprises on the theme of combinations and people in the industry working together. Organised by AEMIC, the alumni association for technical schools and companies in the cereal industry, JTIC is an opportunity to talk, discuss, meet, and learn in an unparalleled atmosphere. With companies developing, regulations evolving and climates changing, the wheatflour-bread industry is more than ever a focus of political, economic and social debate. JTIC conferences strive to provide accurate information on four topics: Sustainability Cereal sustainability can be addressed at international or industry level (hard wheat in France, for example), and clearly also at individual company level. Some of the questions the session hopes to answer include: • What are the prospects for sustainable supply at international level? • How do we measure the sustainability of an industry? • What research projects are being conducted? • Is it possible to be both sustainable and competitive? Cereal operators, scientists, farmers and policy-makers will be there to present their approaches to this challenge. Road transport The logistics of road transport is essential to cereal industry operators and is subject to numerous regulatory changes. A conference 56 | September - october 2013 chaired and led by Bernard Valluis at which operators, cereal professionals, and regulation and transport players will offer answers on strategic directions for industry professionals. Hot topics include opening up of highways to 44-tonne trucks, the eco-tax, food safety in transit and town centre traffic restrictions. Cereal quality This conference will focus on quality levers, genetics and variability in the expression of genetic results depending on year, climate, and immediate environment. Particular attention will be paid to the establishment of new recommended varieties to satisfy millers’ expectation. by Industries des Céréales review. Participants are encouraged to submit a poster on the theme of bridging the gap between research and practice. At the end of the fair, two poster winners will be selected by a jury based on the following criteria: • The scientific character and originality of the subject • The understandability and quality of the presentation • The prospects for their usability in the short, medium and long term For more information about how this session is organised, authors can contact the Sensitivity to gluten Traditionally devoted to social and community issues, the last half-day will this year address gluten-intolerance claims. An essential structural ingredient of bread, gluten has been accused of all manner of maladies, and has come close to being stripped of all its beneficial virtues. More and more people are deciding to exclude it from their diet. AEMIC will be presenting a defence of gluten and explode the contemporary myth. A fair synonymous with innovation This year, more than 100 suppliers of materials, ingredients and services are expected at the main exhibition stage in the centre of the conference hall. They will also be able to take advantage of workshops to present their latest innovations to the fair’s visitors. The ideal forum for innovation, to discover the new services, products and processes being applied in the industry, JTIC workshops are open to all participants and are always a key attraction. The products and services presented will go through a preselection process for their innovative character and their practical applications in the cereal industry. There will also be a poster session organised &feed millinG technoloGy Grain
    • publishers of the journal at industries-descereales@wanadoo.fr Jobs and training Every year at JTIC, AEMIC organises a job fair accessible free of charge for all employers in the industry. In contrast to the national trend, the French cereal industry offers a dynamic job market with real career opportunities. The only problem is generally matching up recruiters’ needs with job seekers’ requirements. The role of the AEMIC is to offer the right people, at the right time, for available vacancies. As part of the association’s ongoing placement / recruitment activities, the job fair encourages companies to get together with candidates. About AEMIC Social activities Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine has two new options for you - online and up to the minute! GO MOBILE All of our services are also available for your smart phone. Visit www.gfmt. co.uk/pplapp for a demo version of our app - or use the QR code to get the app FREE on your mobile. MILLING NEWS SERVICES In addition to the bar area, which is always a great success, new social spaces will also be accessible for visitors to punctuate their time with some relaxing moments. However, the social highlight of the event is without doubt the gala evening. The 2012 evening at Mumm and the tribute to Fabien Pelous set a high precedent so the 2013 event is eagerly anticipated. The organisers haven’t revealed the exact details but promise lots of surprises, emotion and conviviality for all participants. WANT NEWS? The Global Miller blog is an online offshoot of Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine. While the bi-monthly magazine covers milling issues in-depth, the Global Miller takes a lighter approach. The columnists dig out the best daily industry stories, show and event news and highlights from the print magazine and bring them to you every day ... • France produces 68 million tons of cereals a year, making the country the largest cereal producer in Europe. • This figure includes 35.7 million tons of soft wheat. 47 percent is consumed domestically while the remaining 57 percent is exported. • France produces 5.7 million tons of wheat for human food including 4.8 million tons for flour production. • There are 422 mills in France with a turnover of 1.8 billion euros and 6,000 employees. These mills produce 4.37 million tons of flour, of which, 65 percent is used in the baking industry. • The baking industry is made up of 32,379 companies with an annual turnover of 16.81 billion euros and almost 200,000 employees. • In 2012, JTIC played host to 2,000 delegates over two days. International professionals from 28 countries attended, representing 10 percent of the total visitors. • There were 111 exhibitors, including 14 foreign companies. • 2010 figures - From: ANMF / Passion Céréales / FEBPF / Alliance 7 / FranceAgrimer More inforMation: Website: www.jtic.eu Grain & Crop Storage Software www.cropstore.co.uk To find out more about our news services visit: http://www.gfmt.co.uk/millingnews Ideal for all sizes of storage facilities The Global Milling News service is a new development from the Perendale Publishers Limited family of grain, feed and flour milling publications. The site scours the web to find relevant stories from around the globe. The information is then ranked and orgnaised by topic, making it easy to find information. If you’re searching for a specific topic, you’ll find it at Global Milling News. &feed millinG technoloGy Grain France cereal industry facts AEMIC is the alumni association for technical schools in the cereal industry. It was created in 1925 with the aim of developing and maintaining professional and friendly links between the various players in the cereal industry, and to promote the sector in France and abroad by communicating information about its products, occupations and training. It currently has nearly 3,000 contacts, 750 of whom are active members. Jean-Marie Poncey is its president. The new edition of the AEMIC directory will be released at the 64th JTIC and distributed free to charge to all association members. .Field Analysis .Powerful Trending .Client Database .Quality Analysis .Stock Movement .Weighbridge Data The UK’s leading weighbridge manufacturer Tel: 01246 456729 www.cropstore.co.uk www.parkerfarm.com Working in partnership with Oliversoft Ltd September - october 2013 | 57
    • LINKS September - October 2013 This digital Re-print is part of the September | October 2013 edition of Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine. Content from the magazine is available to view free-of-charge, both as a full online magazine on our website, and as an archive of individual features on the docstoc website. Please click here to view our other publications on www.docstoc.com. first published in 1891 • The holistic approach to avoid losses in the feed mill In this issue: • • Sieving technology in feed pellet production • Mixed integer optimization: Traceability a new risk in maize production? • See the full issue • Visit the GFMT website • Contact the GFMT Team • Subscribe to GFMT a new step in formulation software • Weighbridges the workhorses of industrial weighing • High-precision sensors: the ideal solution for measuring grain humidity INCORPORATING PORTS, DISTRIBUTION AND FORMULATION A subscription magazine for the global flour & feed milling industries - first published in 1891 To purchase a paper copy of the magazine, or to subscribe to the paper edition please contact our Circulation and Subscriptions Manager on the link adove. INFORMATION FOR ADVERTISERS - CLICK HERE Article reprints All Grain & Feed Milling Tecchnology feature articles can be re-printed as a 4 or 8 page booklets (these have been used as point of sale materials, promotional materials for shows and exhibitions etc). If you are interested in getting this article re-printed please contact the GFMT team for more information on - Tel: +44 1242 267707 - Email: jamest@gfmt.co.uk or visit www.gfmt.co.uk/reprints www.gfmt.co.uk