Perten gets substantial order from Viterra
May 27, 2011
by World Grain Staff
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN — Perten Instruments announced on May 26 that it has received a substantial order for Falling Number instruments from Viterra in Adelaide, Australia. Perten Instruments will deliver 78 Falling Number instrument for placement throughout the Viterra grain handling system in Australia.
Perten said Viterra is strengthening its support to growers delivering grain into their system by providing the option of having weather-affected wheat assessed by the Falling Number test. Included in the delivery from Perten Instruments are Falling Number instruments, Cooling Towers for water saving, Shakematics for improved reproducibility and operator support and Laboratory Mills with Mill Feeders for correct sample preparation.
"We are very proud to have got what is probably the world's largest contract ever for Falling Number instruments," said Sven Holmlund, chief executive officer of the Perten Instruments Group. "This order is further proof of our excellent product range and customer support, and strengthens our position as a leading supplier to the grain industry."