ISTANBUL, TURKEY — Alapala recently completed its 10th and 11th facility in Uzbekistan.
The Namangan Don Maxsulotlari JSC facility started in April with a capacity of 250 tpd. The existing flour mill was renovated and old equipment was replaced with modern Alapala technology. The company first started flour production in 1964, and now produces flour and feed.
The renovated mill processes hard and soft local wheat to produce bakery flour for local distribution in the Namangan region. The mill operates efficiently with an advanced automation system that allows the centralized monitoring of complete cleaning, milling and packaging processes. The system also brings the remote connection advantage for real-time error diagnosis.
Samarkand Don Maxsulotlari JSC opened a new 200-tpd flour mill with Alapala providing turnkey services, including project design, manufacturing and installation.
The mill processes hard and soft local wheat into bakery flour for local distribution in the Samarkand region. The mill, which was installed in a new concrete building, has high sanitation standards.
It is managed by an advance automation system with central process monitoring, detailed reporting, and remote connection advantages for instant error diagnosis as well.
Samarkand Don Maxsulotlari started in 1963 with its first flour mill opening in 1966.
Alapala is active in Uzbekistan due to its wide local network with a country office and spare parts warehouse in Tashkent city, as well as numerous references all over the country.