A listing of all of our slideshows

IAOM MEA draws record number of delegates
Millers hear about changes in the global economy and wheat market as well as new technological breakthroughs. 
Richardson Milling upgrades oat facility
Richardson Milling, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, recently invited World Grain to tour its upgraded oat milling facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska, U.S. World Grain will profile Richardson’s oat milling business in its January issue of the magazine.
Milling education review
Private firms, associations and universities offer a range of learning opportunities through seminars, distance learning and hands-on training.
Ship loading and unloading trends
New equipment is trending toward high-end capacity and innovative application of existing technologies. 
Tour of the Whitewater LLC flour mill
World Grain recently visited the Whitewater Mill in West Harrison, Indiana, U.S. The mill, which is jointly owned by Siemer Milling Co. and H. Nagel & Son, was built in 2015 and has flour production capacity of 10,000 cwts per day.
Ocrim hosts event for food and milling industries
Ocrim SpA, Cremona, Italy, hosted “Wheat, Flour, And…7th Edition” in Cortona, Tuscany, Italy. The event brought millers from across the world. Ocrim highlighted technology for the food and milling industry and its new business relationship with Bonifiche Ferraresi, an agriculture company focused on sustainable Italian agriculture. 
Quinoa's northern exposure
Growers in Canada work to increase North American supply of the traditionally South American crop.
Australian Grains Industry Conference 2017
Nearly 900 delegates and 100 international guests gathered Aug. 2-3 in Melbourne for the annual Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC). The event included a trade show and educational sessions that focused on topics such as supply chain efficiency, capturing Asian market opportunities. and emerging technology that helps to create more efficiency and understanding of consumer demands.
Inside North and South America’s grain, milling supply industry
Suppliers throughout the Americas, from Argentina to Canada and the United States are providing cutting edge milling and grain handling/storage equipment and services to the global marketplace. In the heart of the United States, Norvell is providing sifters, sieves and agitators while just a few states away in Ohio, SafeGrain has aeration, temperature detection and dust control systems. To the south in Brazil, Sangati Berga has turnkey mills and Industrias Machina Zaccaria is providing paddy separators. The following are suppliers in North and Latin America that provide valuable services and products to the international market. 
Upcoming grain, milling events in second-half 2017
Industry leaders will gather across the globe for education, networking opportunities.
2017 Sosland Purchasing Seminar photo highlights
The 40th annual Purchasing Seminar, sponsored by Milling & Baking News, World Grain’s sister publication, and Sosland Publishing Company, was held in Kansas City June 4-6. The event attracted a record attendance of 855. Cocktail receptions were held June 4 at Union Station and June 5 at KC Live! Photos by Ryan Alcantara.
Grain storage and handling projects from the around the world
Despite slumping grain prices, demand for equipment is strong, especially in Africa, Asia and the Black Sea region. The following slides are a few of the projects.
Global Millers Symposium
The Global Miller’s Symposium, hosted by Mühlenchemie in Hamburg, Germany, focused on topics such as wheat markets, flour fortification and flour quality. The following photos are a quick view of the presentations, attendees and award winners.
IAOM 2017 wrap-up
IAOM’s annual conference and expo held in mid-April was filled with educational sessions, award ceremonies, new equipment displays and much more. The following slides give a glimpse of the 2017 conference that was hosted in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. Photos by Dan Flavin.
North American grain majors— a 20-year recap
While the ranking order may not have changed much, the North American grain majors have in some respects seen significant change in storage capacity over the past two decades. In a look back over the past 20 years, World Grain examines today’s top 10 North American multiple facility grain companies and cooperatives based on total corporate grain storage capacity. All data courtesy of Sosland Publishing Co.’s Grain & Milling Annual publications.