REINBEK, GERMANY — Schule Mühlenbau, which cooperates with representatives all over the world to ensure local customer support and fast response times, is celebrating its partnership with Nexeed Inc. in Canada and Bratney Companies in the United States.
Further projects have been discussed and advanced, the company said.
“Having local sales and service competence on site is the key to being a long-term and trusted machine and technology supplier for our clients,” said Joachim Behrmann, owner of the Kahl-Group.
Bratney Companies offers design-build construction solutions for storage, handling, processing, packaging and automation in seed, grain, animal feed and food. From start to finish, Bratney Companies has the expertise to plan, manage, engineer, manufacture and commission a turnkey plant.
“Bratney Companies is excited to see the Schule partnership developing with new projects; we have contracted for oat, rice and specialty milling projects,” said Darin Stutler, product manager, Bratney. “Schule technology provides a fresh alternative in our marketplace for cutting edge and innovative technology. As a team we will provide engineered solutions to help our end-users while providing local sales, and after service support.”
Nexeed Inc. provides customized seed, grain, and food processing solutions, covering a wide range of products such as lentils, peas, linseed, oats and other grains, as well as after sales service across Canada. Bratney and Nexeed support each other in North America if needed.
“At Nexeed, we are delighted to have formalized our partnership with Schule,” said Mark Metcalfe, president, Nexeed Inc. “The Canadian grain processing industry is positioned to grow and values the experience and expertise offered by Schule. We are eager to provide the local support both in the planning and equipment selection process and throughout the useful life of the equipment.”
Schule Mühlenbau is part of the international grain processing industry, offering high-quality machines and efficient processing of rice, oats, bulgur, legumes and more.
This year, Schule received the largest order in the company’s history. For the project NAVARA, Schule will deliver a turnkey oat processing plant in England with a capacity of 30 tph, expandable to 40 tph. It will be one of the largest plants for oats processing in Europe.