Technology partnership between Ocrim and Kalizea

18 May 20172 min reading

Ocrim and Kalizea went into strategic technology partnership for the supply of a complete milling line for maize grits production.


Karl Gerrand, CEO of G3 says, “Growing our origination footprint in Saskatchewan is the next step in G3’s plans to build a highly competitive coast-to-coast grain handling network. These two new locations are being constructed with the same state-of-the-art truck delivery and rail shipping features as our other new facilities, which are key components of G3’s excellent customer service offering.”

One of the leading companies in milling machinery manufacture, Ocrim S.p.A and Kalizea, a company of Vivescia Industries, went into a technology partnership in January, 2017. Vincent Jacquot, Chief Executive Officer of Kalizea, and Giovanni Gualtieri, Procurement Director of Vivescia Group, signed, at Ocrim’s headquarters, a contract for the supply of a complete milling line for maize grits production. Kalizea is operating in corn processing and production of innovative ingredients. It is stated that Kalizea has chosen Ocrim as the ideal partner for this adventure because of its futuristic approach that is known and proved all over the world. Alberto Antolini, Ocrim’s CEO, affirms to “feel honored for this new adventure with Kalizea since the future between the two parts consists in a business founded both on a professional integrity and on a human relationship based on an honest synergy and mutual cooperation.”

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