Alapros announces revolutionary flour factory project in Tajikistan

29 March 20242 min reading

Alapros, a leading company in the milling machinery industry, has unveiled plans for an ambitious venture in Tajikistan. The company's latest undertaking, a state-of-the-art single line flour factory boasting an daily capacity of 1200 tons, is poised to redefine standards in the region. 

Scheduled to commence operations in 2025, the innovative flour mill will encompass entirely new infrastructure and silos, occupying a sprawling area totaling 30,500 square meters. Notably, the facility will house 9 colossal silos, each with a capacity of 4 thousand tons.

Mehmet Alapala, Member of the Board at Alapros, expressed his enthusiasm regarding the project's potential impact. "This groundbreaking project will introduce unprecedented solutions to the industry, driving economic growth within the region," remarked Mr. Alapala, reflecting the company's commitment to innovation and progress.

Tajikistan, with aspirations to bolster its domestic flour production, aims to annually reduce the volume of wheat flour imports to below 50 thousand tonnes by 2025. This strategic initiative aligns with the country's broader goal of increasing its own flour production to 1 million tonnes annually. Over the past decade, bolstered by enhanced local milling capacities, imports of wheat grain have been steadily increasing, while purchases of wheat flour have declined by nearly 90 percent.


Alapros, founded by Mehmet Alapala and Semih Alapala, boasts a seasoned team comprising experts in design, automation, flour milling machinery, and equipment production. Operating within an industry 4.0-compatible factory, Alapros prides itself on delivering competitive products and services, underpinned by a pursuit of perfection and a "R&D first" ethos. From customized development and manufacturing of flour milling machines to integrated services, the company's offerings are meticulously crafted to meet the evolving needs of the global market.

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