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Omas to built a cutting-edge milling complex in Romania

19 November 20202 min reading
Omas Industries will build a new, innovative and cutting-edge food complex in the district of Neamt, Romania. A business agreement is signed for the supply of a large milling plant of 150 T/24h, which will be completed by 2021.  “The new plant will enable to modify the milling flow sheet according to the cereal quality, to produce different types of the final product automatically thanks to DD (Direct Drive) and Flexy Mill technologies,” the Italian company said in its press release. “Our company, as usual, was able to develop a ‘tailor-made’ with its distinctive elements allowing to widen the finished products range with ease of management and cost reduction. Technology has always distinguished Omas machines from the competition and creates competitive advantages in reducing operating costs for the customer”. “The excellent relationship with the customers and Omas’ flexibility have led to the signature of an important contract ‘brown fields’, which will see the restoration of an existing building that will be modernized and made operational again.” “We are honored by this agreement and it’s a pleasure that our customer has understood the potential of our technology, unique in the world. We consider this Flexy Mill the first of a series of mills in Central Europe that, looking to the future, will choose Direct Drive (DD) machines to eliminate transmission belts and the problems they cause!” notes Pietro Barbalarga, Omas’ Commercial Director. Sergio Dipasquale, Chief miller who has taken part in the Commercial Mission, has claimed: “A ‘tailor-made’ milling plant specific to the customer's requests, which will obtain the flexibility and high yields required by large-scale distribution thanks to the DD technology. We are ready for this new challenge!”
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