Alapala completes mill in Sudan

by World Grain staff
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ÇORUM, TURKEY — Alapala Machine Industry & Trade Inc. recently announced that it has completed a new 700-tonne-per- day mill in Sudan.

El-Hamama Flour Mills, which is owned by Ahmed Eltigani A. Musa and Mohammed Yousif Musa, contracted Alapala to supply plant machinery and technology for their new flour mill. The new mill is one of the largest mills in Sudan. Alapala noted that the plant is now been operating and is able to deliver a continuous supply of top quality flour for the Sudanese market.

Alapala was contracted to supply the design for the mill’s concrete building, the diagram of the milling section, engineering the design of the flour-milling plant, assembly and start-up. To minimize the quantity of the staff, the flour mill was built completely automated.

“Our brief was to build not only one of the most modern mills in Sudan but also one of the most flexible,” Bora Gökdeniz, Alapala’s sales director, said. The company said the flour-mill was completely renewed and modernized by Alapala with the new generation milling equipment.