Russia orders grain husking mill and cereals extrusion plant
January 01, 1999
by Teresa Acklin
WOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA The Russian incorporated company Artschedynsky Kombinat Chleboprodukov recently ordered a grain husking mill and cereals extrusion plant near Wolgograd, formerly Stalingrad.
Buhler AG, Uzwil, Switzerland, will supply the mill and plant.
The cost of the project is estimated at about U.S.$9.5 million. The mill will process oats and buckwheat into flakes, groats and flour. The extrusion plant will produce an assortment of cereals (breakfast flakes) and snacks. Buhler said construction would begin in early 1999.