January 10, 2013

Alapala opens two new flour mills

In December 2012, Turkish firm, Alapala opened two new flour mills in Tokmok City, Kyrgyz Republic and Darkhan City, Mongolia. 

The official opening ceremony of flour-milling plant established by Alapala Machine Industry & Trade Inc. was held on December 2, 2012 in Tokmok City, Kyrgyz Republic.

 The new Alapala flour mill in Tokmok City, Kyrgyz Republic


The capacity of flour-milling plant established by Alapala Machine Industry & Trade Inc. on 'turn-key' terms is 250 tons/24 hours.  
Assembly works of new flour-milling line was done on the base of old flour-milling line with wheat grinding capacity of 250 tons/24 hours the milling section of which was consisting of: 18 units of roller mills, six units of purifying machines and six units of sifters. For instance the milling section of new flour-milling line with wheat grinding capacity of 250 tons/24 hours equipped by Alapala Machine Industry & Trade Inc. with below new generation milling equipment: 12 units of roller mills, 4 units of purifying machines and two units of plan-sifters. This way by reduction of the quantity of grinding and sifting equipment the energy-output ratio was minimised.    

The flour-milling plant completely renewed and modernized by Alapala Machine Industry & Trade Inc. with financing of Kazakh investors, is the only wheat processing plant of Kyrgyzstan which completely conforms the international standards. 



Inside the new Alapala flour mill in Tokmok City, Kyrgyz Republic

Meanwhile on December 6, 2012 in Darkhan City, Mongolia the opening ceremony of 300 tons/24 hours capacity flour-milling plant established by Alapala took place.The project included designing and erecting a steel flour milling plant,  designing a diagram of the milling section, assembly and start up.



The new Alapala flour mill in Darkhan City, Mongolia

The commissioned flour-milling plant became one of the biggest wheat processing plants of Mongolia. 
Since the flour-milling plant is completely automated, the quantity of the staff is minimised.     
Three type of flour which is most reliable in Mongolian market are being produced in the flour milling plant.
Inside the new Alapala flour mill in Darkhan City, Mongolia

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