VINTRIE, SWEDEN — BoMill AB has signed a follow-up agreement with Swedish agriculture cooperative group Lantmännen for the purchase of BoMill InSight and additional sorting units.

The agreement, worth €475,000, comes after a rental period in which Lantmännen evaluated the equipment. Following positive feedback on the operation of the equipment and successful use of the solution to upgrade wheat and barley, Lantmännen will purchase BoMill InSight integrated in a mobile container solution and increase its capacity with two additional sorting units, for a total of eight units.

“This is great news. It is always exciting to see the performance of our technology recognized, through a follow-up agreement,” said Andreas Jeppsson, chief executive officer of BoMill AB. “Lantmännen is a fantastic reference, and we look forward to further collaborating with them.”

“BoMill InSight has proven to be a very reliable and cost-effective solution to increase the value and quality of grains produced by Swedish farmers,” said Pontus Sonesson, head of supply chain at Lantmännen Lantbruk. “We are thrilled to invest in this solution that gives us more flexibility to fulfill our grain supply contracts. We look forward exploring further its potential for our business.”

Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative owned by 18,000 farmers, and a leading player in agriculture, machinery, bioenergy and food in Northern Europe.