GrainsConnect Canada celebrated its two new grain terminals in Saskatchewan on July 9. Executives from the companies involved in the partnership, including GrainCorp, Zen-Noh Grain and Zen-Noh, attended the ceremonies. GrainsConnect vows to have the most efficient grain handling system on the Canadian prairies.
Suppliers throughout the world are providing cutting edge milling and grain handling/storage equipment and services to the global marketplace. These company profiles discuss the service range, product technologies and research and project developments for some of World Grain’s advertisers based in Europe and Asia.
The IAOM conference was held in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. for the first time since 1982. It attracted 830 attendees from 23 countries as well as 126 exhibitors and it focused on food safety.
Bühler officially opened its Asia-Pacific Manufacturing and R&D Center on April 26, a ceremony that included customers and stakeholders representing 32 nations from six continents. The ceremony was part of a three-day program that started with a Networking Day and ended with visits to three livestock, aquaculture and premix plants in the region.
For the third consecutive year, the GEAPS Exchange expo set a record with 440 exhibitors, far ahead of last year’s mark of 380 set in Kansas City. The exhibitors displayed the latest technology in the grain storage and handling industry for the 2,918 attendees in Denver, Colorado, U.S., March 25-27.
Nearly 100 millers attended pre-conference workshop that showed millers how to conduct a Mill Process Audit and Optimization during IAOM’s Latin American Region conference and expo.
Rogers Foods recently invited World Grain to tour its expanded flour mill in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
The 2018 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) packed a big punch with an agenda full of major announcements, award winners, educational programming and high-ranking speakers including U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. The event, which attracted 31,000 visitors, was Jan. 30-Feb. 1 in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Includes expanded R&D lab and a wheat test milling facility.