Symaga installed a new plant

10 August 20171 min reading

Symaga has installed a new collection plant with 42,000 ton capacity in Argentina. The plant is expected to open in September. 

symagaSymaga which is one of the leader in grain storage systems installed a new plant for AGD (Aceitera General Dehesa), produce pellet and pulf from vegetable proteins in Pampa del Infierno, Argentina. The plant has capacity 42,000 tons. This capacity can be extended to 180,000 tons. This collection plant has the latest technologies of the sector. The plant is expected to work 200 people from its opening next September. It is the second collection plant that opens AGD in the Argentinian province.

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