January 12, 2015

12/01/2015: Alapala completes flour mill in Mongolia


Alapala last year completed the successful erection, commissioning and hand over of a 150-tonne-per day wheat flour mill and a 30-tonne-per-day rye mill for Erdenet Guril LLC in Erdenet, Mongolia, Milling and Grain reports.
 
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Erdenet is the second largest city in Mongolia and the capital of the Orkhon Province. Located in the northern part of the country, the city is about 150 miles northwest of the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar.

Erdenet Guril LLC was established in 2011 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Nuudelchin Group. The main purpose of this flour milling facility is to supply wheat and rye flour products to meet Mongolia’s domestic demand. The Nuudelchin Group said in a release:

“We are proud to mention that a rye factory is the first in our homeland.”

The opening ceremony, held on June 30, was attended by Tuncer Kiyak, Turkey’s acting ambassador to Mongolia, Oğuz Kuyumcu, commercial counsellor at Turkish Embassy Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, and representatives of Alapala.

An important part of the project was the supply of steel grain storage silos. Alapala supplied the facility’s bins, which have a total grain storage capacity of 11,000 tonnes. All of the steel structures of the plant were built by Alapala Construction, which is an increasingly important part of the Alapala Group. Exporting 95 percent of its production, Alapala is one of the leading companies in the supply of turnkey flour mills.

The company said it has hundreds of references  from over 85 countries.

The mill is fully equipped with the latest technology. The plant and the equipment are eco-friendly and are designed to consume less water and less power with its fully-computerised system, Alapala said.

Read the magazine HERE.
 

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