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  1. 1. Digital Re-print - November | December 2012 Company profiles 2012/13Grain & 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 ofinformation published.©Copyright 2010 Perendale Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any formor by any means without prior permission of the copyright owner. Printed by Perendale Publishers Ltd. ISSN: 1466-3872 www.gfmt.co.uk
  2. 2. INDUSTRYPROFILES 2012-13 Grain and Feed Milling Technology magazine (GFMT) has a rich heritage dating back to 1891, so it has been a pleasure to build positively upon 121 years of milling journalism in 2012. In terms of content, our focus is now truly global with articles that report on flour milling from Turkey to Taiwan, with reports from the Netherlands on mould control to improving the UK supply chain, to mention but a few. We have also been lucky enough to enlist guest editors for each edition from India, to the USA and the UK, who have each given valuable insight into food and feed production issues in their respective countries.At our Cheltenham headquarters here in the UK, we have welcomed several new staff who have already made a positive impact on themagazine and settled in well with the existing team.Like the content, GFMT’s distribution is also decidedly international. Print copies are circulated to subscribers from 87 countries and ata host of international trade shows and events in addition to a precisely controlled circulation list. Each magazine’s content is availableonline for free at www.gfmt.co.uk and can be found on a number of other sites.On top of this, there were two big distribution milestones in 2012. First, we began producing a Spanish-language edition which is establishingitself in the Latin American market; second, we signed a partnership agreement with Assocom-India Pvt to print and distribute 1,500copies of each issue of GFMT to flourmills in India. We were already reaching the key feedmills in that country.GFMT’s sister publication, the International Milling Directory, celebrated its 21st edition in style with more than 1,200 listed companiesand a print run of 8,000 copies. Again this valuable resource can be accessed online free-of-charge.And we have exciting plans in the pipeline for 2013.We’ll be kicking off the year with the first Global Milling Conference in Chennai, India, from February 7-9. The GFMT team areco-organisers of the event which will focus on both food and feed milling.We are also delighted to announce a Chinese version of GFMT for 2013 which will reach our readers in the world’s most populous country.Despite a very tight year financially, we consider 2012 successful in terms of reaching a wider audience with content that readers findvaluable through a host of distribution methods; from digital to print and from English to Spanish. We look forward to developing GFMTfurther in 2013. Zhengchang Zhengchang is the largest feed machinery manufacturer and complete project contractor in China. It established in 1918. Zhengchang owns 16 subsidiary companies and over 30 overseas offices. It obtained CE certificate of Europe, GOST-R certificate of Russia and honors like “Asian Famous Brand”, “China Well-known Brand”, and “National Key High-tech Enterprise”. With sophisticated engineering technology, advanced feed machinery and fast solution of market challenges, At present, Zhengchang has over 4900 pellet mill customers, over 6900 special pellet mills and more than 2,000 turnkey projects worldwide in one century covering areas of livestock and poultry feed, aquatics feed, pet feed, premix, concentrated feed, fertilizer, silo storage, sawdust pellet and rubbish treatment. Zhengchang can not only provide you with advanced technology, equipment and management ideas. It can offer comprehensive solutions to various difficulties you have encountered during business development. Main products • livestock and poultry feed equipment and Engineering, • aquatics feed equipment and Engineering, • pet feed equipment and Engineering, • premix, concentrated feed equipment and Engineering, • fertilizer equipment and Engineering, • silo storage Engineering, • sawdust pellet equipment and Engineering • rubbish treatment equipment and Engineering. www.zhengchang.com 38 | november - december 2012 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
  3. 3. Bühler From the local iron foundry founded in 1860 to the global corporation. Bühler delivers leading technology and solutions for processing grain into safe and healthy finished products. Bühler stands for straight forward and cutting-edge solutions. State-of-the-art process technology, innovative plant engineering and a deep knowledge of the related processes maximize both quality and product yields. But there is even more to it: Bühler know-how also enables customers to create the most cost - and energy-efficient process solutions from Perfection in grain milling – a highly demanding task. Antares sets new standards for round-the-clock milling. The self-contained roll pack and reliable product stand-alone machines to complete plants. feed ensure precise and consistent flour. Maximum hygiene is guaranteed thanks to clever insulation, integrated product inlet aspiration and stainless steel lining. Experience a new level of ease of use and quality from ergonomic controls Innovation. One of the key terms in this connection is innovation based on the art of and operating reliability to the highly impressive design. Antares – The New Art engineering. Without an additional healthy dose of enthusiasm and persistence, the spirit of of Milling. discovery so typical of Bühler would never have thrived. Time and again, this spirit has enabled the organization to roll out firsts in the global marketplace, for example in the field of roller Bühler AG, Grain Milling, CH-9240 Uzwil, Switzerland, T +41 71 955 11 11, F +41 71 955 66 11 milling@buhlergroup.com, www.buhlergroup.com mill development. Antares MDDR-600. Quality leadership. This attribute is manifested in quantifiable and transparent quality Small Roller Mill for targets which are defined in an open dialog with our customers so that promised High Requirements. performance is achieved and the edge in confidence can be further increased. Compact dimension. Four-roller mill with roll length of 600 mm Sanitation. Top hygienic standards for food safety. Focus on solutions. Focus on solutions means to center all efforts on our customers’ Outstanding precision. Ultra-precise settings, consistent flour. profitability. This requires an understanding of and a capability to improve their complete Perfect grinding. Powerful roll pack, highly consistent grinding. value chains and thus to offer our customers an edge in performance over pure equipment Ultimate design. The perfect combina- tion of ergonomics and performance. manufacturers. Global reach. Bühler has been a global player for many decades, with a multicultural team and a local presence extending across all the major markets of the world. This edge in availability, whose significance will further increase in the future, pays off in the results it allows to be achieved. Innovations for a better world. www.buhlergroup.com BUH_GM_Inserat_Antares_2011_A4.indd 1 07.04.2011 15:34:28 Hydronix Increase profitability with Hydronix Moisture Measurement. Controlling moisture at the correct level throughout all stages of processing can be one of the biggest problems for feed and grain manufacturers. Too wet, and the raw material can become mouldy during storage or sticky during processing. Too dry and it will become brittle and turn to ‘flour’ or dust. Either circumstance leads to waste and therefore directly impacts on profit. Microwave moisture sensors are not affected by dust, colour or vapour arising from processing Measure Moisture & and have proved to be the most cost effective, reliable and easy to use method of controlling Reduce Cost moisture in grain and feed manufacturing. Raw materials are passed across the ceramic faceplate of the sensor which radiates an extremely low powered electromagnetic microwave field. The resonant frequency of the material changes with variations in moisture content, and with 25 readings taken per second, the sensor detects changes in moisture levels almost instantaneously. This allows adjustments to the water addition process to be automatic and in real time. A perfect system would have sensors positioned throughout all of the various elements of Hydronix digital moisture sensors provide accurate and the processing plant. Hydronix have a range of sensors that can be positioned in a variety cost effective moisture measurement in feed meals, of different locations depending upon specific requirements. The Hydro-Probe is designed pellets, grain, cereal and pulses. to be located in the neck of a bin, underneath the gate, or in the material on a conveyor, and • Control moisture in the grain drying process to save takes readings as the material flows around the sensor. For applications with a high ambient energy and ensure quality • Optimise the efficiency of additives such as temperature, the Hydro-Probe Orbiter can be mounted above belt conveyors. Finally for mould inhibitors applications that use a screw conveyor, chute or mixer, the Hydro-Mix is a flush mounted • Control moisture content during the sensor that enables the material to pass across the faceplate. pelletising process • Suitable for silos, mixers and Hydronix has 30 years experience in moisture measurement, and is the original developer of conveyors the digital microwave moisture measurement method. enquiries@hydronix.com www.hydronix.com www.hydronix.comGFMT eighth page vertical 58 x 90.indd 1 30/10/2012 12:25:47 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy november - december 2012 | 39
  4. 4. Wenger Always Changing To Meet Customer Needs Back in 1935, when Wenger was established as a local manufacturer of mixers and feed milling machinery, the company’s main objective was to add value and palatability to low-quality feed. Today, as the world’s leading supplier of aquatic and pet food processing systems, Wenger is helping customers meet a new, more-timely list of objectives, like increasing production rates, lowering energy costs and expanding viable recipe options. In 2010 alone, Wenger introduced 23 new innovations and was issued 11 new patents in response to rapidly changing needs in the industry. Innovative designs. Available in both single screw and twin screw configurations, Wenger extruders boast capacities as high as 22 tonne/hour. Two new innovations - Wenger diverging cone screws and oblique die technologies - make extrusion the superior choice for production of even high capacity micro aquatic feeds. Knowledge, research, training and support. Wenger customers have access to the 2,500-square-meter Wenger Technical Center for testing ideas and formulas. Wenger technical support also includes pre- and post-installation engineering assistance, operator training and on-site attention to quality control and operational needs. Extensive inventories of replacement parts are maintained for prompt shipment to customers. Service after the sale is standard with Wenger products. THE BEST WAY TO PREDICT THE FUTURE IS TO CREATE IT. —Peter F. Drucker Operating around the globe. Wenger engineering, manufacturing, research and administrative facilities are located at the company’s Sabetha, Kansas, USA Why retire a workhorse that’s still doing the job? headquarters. Plus, Wenger extension research sites are available at a number of Simply put, your old dryer may be costing you a bundle. In fact, today’s Wenger dryer could save you enough in operating efficiency alone to cover the universities and research centers around the world. Sales and service is available replacement of your old dryer. Additionally, our new advanced dryer designs give you less potential for cross-contamination and bacteria build-up; feature through Wenger offices in the USA, Belgium, Taiwan, Brasil, China, Turkey, and India, as well as independent agents in strategic locations around the world. In fact, new direct drive spreaders for level product bed and uniformity of final prod- uct moisture; and afford quicker, easier inspection and cleaning. Contact us now. With new concepts and fresh initiatives, we’re ready to help you develop the product possibilities of the future. Wenger serves producers of hundreds of different agri-food products in more than Turning ideas into opportunities. 90 countries. PROGRESSIVE FEED PROCESSING What will tomorrow bring www.wenger.com wenger.com BElGIUm TAIWAN BRASIl CHINA TURkEY INDIAWenger12_Feed_210x147mm.indd 1 6/21/12 3:47 PM Cultura Technologies - providing software solutions and services for agribusinesses “Cultura differentiates itself by our product longevity in the marketplace coupled with the expertise of our people.” - Jim Baker, president, Cultura Technologies 2012 has seen yet another successful year for Cultura Technologies. We are committed to achieving that success again in 2013 through continued investment and product innovation expanding our product lines and creating opportunities into various global markets. Cultura provides software solutions and support to agribusinesses involved in various roles throughout the production, processing and delivery of food and bioproducts. These roles may include feed manufacturing, grain origination (grain elevators, terminals, first stage processors, traders), seed production and processing, farm supply/retail sales, milling, and specialty crop farming and processing. Within the agri-food supply chain, which is a heavily commoditised industry with historically low margins, we see continuing trends towards globalisation, and concentration. In recent years, creating value is largely driven by entry into value-added niches (e.g. edible oils, biofuels, nutraceuticals) and improvements in efficiency. With recent estimates of global food demand suggesting a need for doubling food production by 2050, efficiency improvements are very important. The industry continues to embrace the use of software tools specifically geared towards agribusinesses for easier information management, streamlined processes and operational automation. These software tools not only lead to improved efficiency but better customer service and profitability as well. Cultura Technologies understands the importance of knowing and fully understanding a particular business, its processes, its people, and the market it serves. Each of our implementations is unique. We believe that the role of a technology solution provider doesn’t end once a business is up and running and trained on a system – you aren’t just a provider. You must be a partner. Choosing Cultura as your software solution partner will help ensure the smoothest of implementations with the minimum of disruption. Proven in the industry, join us and be part of our vision. We are Cultura Technologies. We bring Agri-Food solutions to Life. www.culturatech.com 40 | november - december 2012 Grain &feed millinG technoloGy
  5. 5. •Injection-molded from highest grade resins to guarantee very dense, long wearing surfaces. •Directly interchangeable with existing pressed steel buckets. Replace your steel buckets with Tapco – the Tapco Inc bucket with a memory. From a small facility in Keokuk, Iowa, USA, founded in 1974, to a 92,000 square foot manufacturing facility in St. Louis, Missouri, USA,Tapco Inc. is a global leader in elevator buckets.Tapco continues to develop innovative products and create safe, top-quality solutions for the grain processing industry. ELEVATOR BUCKETS & BOLTS T: +1 314 739 9191 • F: +1 314 739 5880 1 SEB_coProAdClassfd_GFMTdec2012_Layout Engineered designs, state-of-the-art technology and comprehensive expertise in material handling 12/4 www.tapcoinc.com processes help Tapco’s customer facilities increase quality and productivity. Nine in-house injection- molding machines allow us to make our entire range of buckets in the most expedient manner and with the greatest quality control.The extremely high pressures required to make injection-molded buckets guarantee very dense, long wearing surfaces.Tapco buckets are known worldwide for their SUPER EUROBUCKET ™ strength and precise discharge characteristics. Tapco stocks 900,000 elevator buckets in 93 sizes manufactured in polyethylene, nylon, polyurethane, aluminum, ductile iron and fabricated steel. Standard styles include CC-HD (HEAVY DUTY), CC-XD (XTREME DUTY) and Super EuroBucket.Tapco nonmetallic buckets have strong, thick walls that “give” and “yield” to withstand hang-ups and return to their original shape.The XTREME DUTY bucket is molded with 35-50% MORE resin, making it a thicker and stronger version of the classic style CC-HD. Polyethylene Elevator Bucket Super EuroBuckets replace steel buckets and provide equal or greater capacity for your elevator. Also available in Urethane & Nylon •Ability to absorb impact and “give” or “yield” Tapco bucket performance and productivity consistently exceeds customer expectations, lasting to bypass an obstruction – and return to their longer and wearing better than other nonmetallic buckets.That may be why 75% of Design Engineers, original shape – to keep on working for you. Contractors and Bucket Elevator Manufacturers in the USA specified Tapco buckets* on new or •Injection-molded from highest grade resins expanded facilities since 1986. to guarantee very dense, long wearing surfaces. •Directly interchangeable with existing pressed Tapco maintains 15 million elevator bolts in 54 sizes in six styles, along with a large inventory of steel buckets. abrasion-resistant sheeting, hanger bearings, drag flights and belt splices. Replace your steel buckets with Tapco – the bucket with a memory. With a team of bilingual representatives, and stocking distributors located strategically throughout the world,Tapco has what you want, when you need it. ELEVATOR BUCKETS & BOLTS *As reported by GRAIN JOURNAL, Country Journal Publishing Co., Inc., Decatur, Illinois, U.S.A. T: +1 314 739 9191 • F: +1 314 739 5880 www.tapcoinc.com www.tapcoinc.comYour provider for thebulk solids and flourmilling industry.Breslauer Strasse 41aDE - 83395 FreilassingGermanyTel +49-(0)8654/77669-0 Alexander Torlachinfo@torlach.comwww.torlach.com Project Organisation Alexander Torlach have been serving the international feed and milling industries for more than 20 years. During that time we have developed an unbeatable reputation for both the quality of our equipment, and the professionalism and efficiency with which we operate. We act as an EPC (engineer, procure and construct) contractor as well as client-focussed tasks and strategies. Our skills extend into problem solving, repair and reconditioning for parts and complete systems. Otherwise, single services include handling and shipment services as field installations. In edition to providing both new and used parts and equipment for an ever-increasing customer base throughout the world, we provide project management services for entire plants. We organise the disassembly, relocation, and start up of used plants, as well as erecting and maintaining new ones. Our main location in central Europe allows a supply chain from manufacturers of Germany and Switzerland for high quality equipment. However, we can offer selected equipment from reliable producers in Turkey or China. A speciality we pride ourselves on is that parts we provide often offer real value for money. Our stock includes complete used flour milling plants, spare parts for the feed and flour milling as well as bulk handling. Our experience includes large-scale projects, even up to high capacity ranges. We also provide logistical services: transportation, disassembling, relocation and start up are common tasks we undertake for customers. Your provider for the Whether new or second-hand, all of our products are of the highest quality, and every solution we bulk solids and flour propose is designed to be as simple and cost-effective as possible for you and your needs. milling industry. With a global network of both national and international partners and a proven track record of finding innovative solutions, we feel confident that we can rise to any challenge in helping you to Breslauer Strasse 41a complete your project successfully. DE - 83395 Freilassing Germany Tel +49-(0)8654/77669-0 www.torlach.com info@torlach.com www.torlach.com Grain &feed millinG technoloGy november - december 2012 | 41
  6. 6. Milling Technology magazine. Content from the magazine is available to view free-of-charge, both as a full LINKS This digital Re-print is part of the November | December 2012 edition of Grain & Feed 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. November - December 2012 • See the full issue • The art of a modern miller working with wheat, cereals, grains and … • Visit the GFMT website plastics and metal • • Contact the GFMT Team The changing face of pallets In this issue: • Delivering world class roll chill technology • EXTRUSION: and service • Subscribe to GFMT an ever growing aspect of the Indian food processing • Managing mill industries maintenance • 2012/13 company profiles 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 edi- tion 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 informa- tion on - Tel: +44 1242 267707 - Email: jamest@gfmt.co.uk or visit www.gfmt.co.uk/reprints www.gfmt.co.uk

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