MALMO, SWEDEN — BoMill AB has signed an agreement with a leading multinational grain processing company as part of project evaluating its InSight grain sorting solution.

The agreement covers a six-month rental period, with the option to purchase the equipment at the end of the period. InSight will be installed in a grain silo in Latin America in the third quarter.

The customer, a global group with grain processing activities in different parts of the world, is looking for ways to reduce its environmental footprint while improving production efficiency.  

“BoMill is very excited about the collaboration with such a leading player in the grain industry,” said Andreas Jeppsson, chief executive officer of BoMill AB. “We are looking forward to fully supporting that first case and further exploring others together. This agreement, following the previous orders received for BoMill InSight, shows that our focused sales and marketing approach toward selected key segments is delivering.”

The BoMill sorting technology, based on grains’ inner properties, can help recover downgraded grain, in particular in developing markets. InSight can further optimize the use of domestic production, reducing loss while further enhancing the quality of what is produced, BoMill said.