The International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM) Eurasian Region consists of 32 countries with more than 2 billion people and a total of $7.1 trillion in economic activity. At the same time, world’s largest wheat producers and flour exporters are situated in this region.
A level of miller participation is expected from Central and Eastern Europe, Baltic countries, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkey and other Central Asian Republics and Caucasus region countries. Additionally, participants are expected from the United States, Middle East and Africa Regions.
This conference and exhibition will bring together many sector stakeholders such as grain, flour, pasta, bulgur and feed producers and their suppliers and vendors such as milling machinery suppliers, laboratory equipment suppliers, traders, ingredients suppliers, packaging companies, grain storage companies, yeast companies, bakery products firms, industrial bread bakers, research institutes and colleges and universities.
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These are the top 10 largest flour (wheat, durum, rye) milling companies in the United States according to Sosland Publishing Co.’s 2023 Grain & Milling Annual based on daily total capacity (cwts).
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, US — The Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) Exchange 2023 wrapped up its Feb. 25-28 run in Kansas City, Missouri, US, with visibly bigger attendance and hopes for a record year.
Thousands of grain industry professionals gathered from across the globe to share the latest in equipment, trends and professional development at the Kansas City Convention Center. Many suppliers reported a positive experience and a return to crowds last seen before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the 2020 show. The expo floor featured more than 350 exhibitors.
Check out these photos by World Grain featuring suppliers, equipment and visitors doing business and taking in the sights.