VILLARTA DE SAN JUAN, SPAIN —Symaga started 2020 with the installation of three new projects, consolidating its expansion into the Brazilian market and maintaining the company’s continuous growth in Mexico and Romania.
Ab Inbev, one of the world’s top brewing groups with such brands as Brahma, expanded its storage capacity at its Brazilian plants in Uberlandia and Itapisuma. The two projects, trusted to Symaga through Zeppelin Brazil, include 8 and 4 SCE920 / 12T60 silos, a total of 13,380 m3.
Meoqui is the location of one of Symaga’s most important references for this year. Bühler's project is a new malting plant for Malteurope, one of the largest malt manufacturers globally, with presence in 14 countries, and 24 plants for 2.4 million tons of production per year.
Malteurope expanded its storage capacity in Mexico by 22,548 m3, a challenging yet very satisfactory project for Symaga’s technical team, due to its very strict calculation requirements, the company said. The 12 silos SCE0993/19T45 have been calculated under Mexican regulations.
Another relevant project is the extension of Romania’s Scoceep port terminal extension, with six silos SBH2215/24, and a total capacity of 68,346 m3. Symaga has consolidated its position as one of the main players in the Black Sea, where it has installed about 1M of storage capacity.
Thirty-five years of experience and its technical and productive capacity allow the development of Symaga’s brewery, malting and port terminals references, but also in different industries such as feed plants, mills, bioethanol plants, dryers, flour mills, as well as storage of raw materials for plastics, biofuels and biomass industry.