The company said it has seen exponential growth, especially in the last three years going from 15 to 24 million cubic meters of grain storage built.
During the past year, Symaga took part in one off the biggest storage projects around the world. This project included 23 different installations of 60,000 tonnes each.
Symaga also took part in the erection of a modern grain port terminal in Indonesia, and installation of one of the largest rice reprocessing facilities in the world.
Symaga is a family-owned business with an international scope that owes its success to constant investment in technology, R&D, and building mutually beneficial relations with clients, the company said.