Alapala has set up 14 turnkey plants in 2017

08 February 20182 min reading

Alapala, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of milling technology, has left a successful year behind. The company announced that they have established 14 turnkey plants around the world in 2017 adding that Ghana, Hungary, Serbia, Kenya, India and the Philippines have met Alapala technology.


Alapala, one of the world’s leading companies in the field of milling machines, is moving rapidly towards its growth targets with the launch of a new production facility with a covered area of 50 thousand square meters. The company has doubled its capacity thanks to its new production facility, while expanding its R&D, automation field and its product range with the highest quality standard. The Alapala Group, which has added innovations to its successes in 2017, announced that it has set up 14 turnkey facilities around the world in the year we left behind. The company listed some of the countries that met with Alapala technology in 2017 as Ghana, Hungary, Serbia, Kenya, India and the Philippines. Alapala Makine, one of the world’s leading companies in its sector, announced that it has started working for 18 new mills this year. 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 60 years of experience. Alapala, which exports milling machines to more than 100 countries and establishes turnkey mill factories, has more than 600 plants signed. Currently, more than 5 thousand machines produced by Alapala operate across the world. The company aims to increase the number of exported countries to 120 with its new factory in Çorum.

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