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4B Braime launches new mobile-friendly website


B Braime Components, a world leader in material handling and electronic components for bucket elevators and conveyors, is inviting visitors to explore their new company website: The new 4B website has been designed with the user experience in mind, offering a clean fresh look, mobile-friendly design, improved navigation and functionality throughout, while allowing customers to access product information and enriched content with ease. The 4B website has become a reference for many people in the bulk handling industry. One of the most comprehensive websites in the industry, the 4B website provides a wealth of technical information, from product specific datasheets and manuals, through to technical guides and advice. The multi-lingual 4B website now offers even more languages, 16 separate language sites in total, to allow most of the worldwide customer base to access information in their own language. “Many users pick up one of our components in the field, using a mobile device, and they need to be able to identify the part and find relevant information on how to operate their product or how to find a suitable replacement”, explains 4B Braime. “We want to make sure that our customers can find the information quickly and easily and make contact with their local sales or support team, if necessary.” “We are very excited to launch our redesigned web platform. Our company motto is “Better by Design”- and our website has been designed with this in mind, to create the best user experience possible for our customers around the world.”

Stern-Wywiol Gruppe opens new production centre in Malaysia


tern-Wywiol Gruppe is adding to its production and sales network in south-east Asia by establishing a new production facility for its subsidiary, SternMaid Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd, in the Iskandar economic zone, Malaysia. This is the third food industry facility that the family enterprise has opened in Asia and its sixth outside Germany. Clients in the ASEAN region will in future benefit from more rapid deliveries, secure supply chains and applications advice from a consultant nearby. The facility is dedicated to the development and production of food

ingredient systems to improve the functional qualities of food. The facility has three completely separate production lines; initially work will focus on enzyme-based ingredients systems for bakers and millers plus micronutrient mixes to fortify a wide variety of foods and beverages. Torsten Wywiol, CEO of SternWywiol-Gruppe, says the opening of the facility is, “an important cornerstone of the firm’s growth strategy for Asia and beyond. Being so close to customers will allow us to satisfy their need for shorter deliver times and superb logistics even better than before.” Milling and Grain - September 2019 | 21

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