BoMill enters into distribution agreement with Tripette & Renaud for the French market

04 August 20232 min reading
BoMill AB, a Swedish technology company that specializes in developing innovative grain sorting and quality sorting solutions for the agricultural and food industries, has entered into a distribution agreement with Tripette & Renaud, a renowned supplier of equipment and services to the French flour milling sector. 

Through this agreement BoMill’s latest grain sorting equipment, BoMill InSight™ will be included in Tripette & Renaud’s product offering for the grain, malting and flour milling businesses.
“As part of our focused commercialization strategy, flour milling and malting are key segments, and France is one of the largest producers of flour and malt in Europe. We are excited to start building a long-term partnership with Tripette & Renaud. The company has a strong position in the flour milling, malting and grain businesses which will accelerate the commercial development of BoMill InSight”, commented Andreas Jeppsson, CEO of BoMill.

“We are excited to start our collaboration with BoMill on the French market. BoMill InSight is a revolutionary product that complements our offering and brings further solutions to our customers for grain quality and process optimization. “, says Marc Doligé, President of Tripette & Renaud.
BoMill InSight™ is BoMill’s latest advanced grain sorting solution, capable of segregating kernel by kernel, at industrial speed (up to 15 metric tons per hour – 125,000 kernels per second), on grains’ inner qualities such as protein content or fusarium contamination. The equipment aims towards grain industrial companies with a sustainability agenda, willing to further optimize their grain supply while enhancing quality of their products. This includes grain producers (e.g. large cooperative, grain elevators) as well as processors such as flour mills and malt producers.

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