Sangati Berga S.A.

by World Grain Staff
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Sangati Berga

Sangati Berga was founded in Fortaleza, Brazil, in 1992 but its origins date back to 1978 when a group of Brazilian investors formed a partnership with a European milling manufacturer under the name of “Sangati do Brasil.” Sangati Berga became a 100% Brazilian owned and operated company in 2005 and from there established itself as a major supplier of milling equipment in Brazil and Latin America with a presence in more than 30 countries.

Sangati Berga manufactures complete lines of equipment for wheat and corn mills, rice processing, feed mills, mix plants, and bagging and bulk loading of finished products. It has built several turnkey mills for industry leaders in Brazil and Central and South America. Sangati Berga is now increasing its presence in the North American market where it recently announced a strategic alliance with Kice Industries.

Sangati Berga is structured to control all stages of the production process providing complete turnkey installations.

Over the years, Sangati Berga’s custom solutions approach has led to many satisfied customers and long lasting partnerships.

“This is based on our ability to offer the best cost-benefit ratios in the market, where our milling expertise, innovative designs and reliable equipment guarantee the best and quickest return on investment”, the company said.


Travessa Sangati, 101, Álvaro Weyne
Fortaleza, Brazil 60340-494
Tel: +55 (11) 2663 9900