3000S In Line Analyser
Does this make you successful?
Our company was established in 2004. Now, with a capacity of 2,000 tonnes of flour, we are the biggest enterprise in the Egyptian food industry as well as the country’s biggest mill. In future we are hoping to double our capacity. Such development is only made possible by close partnerships with companies like Bühler and Mühlenchemie.
What needs do you have for flour improvement?
For a long time, Egyptian mills only processed one kind of wheat. Then, during the first Gulf War in the early 1990s, more and more grain had to be imported from other countries. That presented us with the challenge of equalising different qualities of the raw material. Egypt is now the world’s biggest importer of wheat, which means nothing goes without companies like Mühlenchemie.
"It makes you realise that flour is a global food, that the history of mankind tells us “we all come together in flour” How does cooperation with Mühlenchemie work?
Our parent company, the Abu Donkol Group, is the biggest wheat importer of Egypt. We are one of the few mills in the market that import wheat themselves. Mühlenchemie’s employees already advise us when we buy the wheat and can analyse samples for their quality at the Stern Technology Center at the company’s headquarters in Ahrensburg. Even before the wheat arrives, we know how to process it in order to produce quality flour.
Continuously monitor grain
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CropNet Software posts to the cloud
Protein, Oil and Moisture data Blending and outloading Ideal for: Flour Mills Stockfeed Manufacturers On Farm Storage Bulk Handlers Grain Containerisation
What was your impression of the Flour Sack Museum?
At first I didn’t know what to make of the idea. But when I saw the collection of 3,400 motifs and the way they were presented, I was overwhelmed. It makes you realise that flour is a global food, that the history of mankind tells us “we all come together in flour”.
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