Imas Makine launches a new Project in Gabon
08 April 20143 min reading
Machinery company of Ittifak Holding that has established flour, semolina and maize flour mills in almost 70 countries since the day it was established; Imas added Gabon from the West African nations into its references.
Maintaining its corporate development and growth with its projects and objectives planned in parallel with the projections on the future of the machinery industry, Imas Makine continues to develop solutions in the axis of quality and efficiency by detecting variable customer demands in different markets of the world. Putting into total 3500 tons of milling capacity daily with 9 turnkey plants and also sales of machinery and equipment, the company started a major project in Western African country Gabon.
Giving information on their project in Gabon, Imas Makine General Manager Tuncay Lamci said; “Our flour mill to be installed in the coming days with 300-ton wheat cracking capacity would be an important alternative to the only mill in the country. Construction company of our holding Seha Yapi undertook steel construction and façade and roof coating of the milling building. In this regard, we will reflect our group synergy on Gabon just like our previous projects.”
LAMCI: “WE CARE ABOUT THE CENTRAL AND WEST AFRICA”
Stating that their project in Gabon would be a strong reference for the company after the 600-ton mill established in Nigeria as one of the regional countries, Lamci emphasized that Imas will realize new projects that would increase its efficiency in the region. Saying; “We desire to work together with our customer having an important place in the food industry in Central and West Africa on other milling investments in the region.”, Lamci underlined that they give special attention to Central and West Africa.
“WE ATTACH GREAT IMPORANCE TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY”
Telling that for their customers they provide original solutions developed for the facilities such as barley semolina, barley flour, rye flour, oat flour, chickpea flour and whole wheat flour that have become a need together with the changing eating habits today; Lamci said: “Decreasing the energy consumption in the milling facilities is a subject that we have been discussing with precision on our works. It is possible to obtain important gains by decreasing the consumption costs of the energy constituting the largest expense after the raw material expense in the milling industry. Only 5% energy saving provides a sustainable competition power to the miller. Thus, we attach great importance to the energy efficiency in each new product we develop.”
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