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Alapala establishes Serbia’s highest-capacity flour mill

13 September 20181 min reading

image009 (2)Alapala, a leading company in milling technology producer, continues its turn-key projects. Alapala, which delivered 14 turn-key projects around the world last year, announced that it established the highest-capacity flour mill in Serbia. The plant in Serbia will have a production capacity of 300 tons a day, the company said in a statement. According to the plant officer, production is planned as 70 % for domestic market and 30 % for exports. Sales will target markets of Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Bulgaria along with domestic market.

Alapala, which started production of mill machines in Çorum as a small workshop in 1954, is now one of the biggest milling machines producers in the world with its over 60 years of experience. Alapala, which exports milling machines to more than 100 countries, has completed more than 600 plants all over the world. Currently, more than 5 thousand machines produced by Alapala operate across the world.

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