Milling and Grain visit a mill that has been set up using the Golfetto Sangati philosophy
First published in Milling and Grain, February 2016
During the last century, this particular company’s evolution developed progressively. A transformation dominated by the interweaving stories of three single companies, culminating with the formation of Italian manufacturing powerhouse Golfetto Sangati.
The formation of this industrial heavyweight finds its roots way back in the 1920s. Golfetto was originally founded in Padua, Italy. The company specialised in engineering cereal manufacturing plants, and the foundation of this company marks the initial spark that instigated all future events.
The formation of Golfetto was followed by Sangati’s foundation in 1929. This company swiftly rose to prominence; becoming a well renowned name in the milling industry in just a few years.
In 1952, Berga S.p.A. was set up. At first the company specialised in milling machines and silos. However in the 1970s they broadened their business interests to accommodate animal feed production; becoming a recognized leader in the engineering and building of mills, animal feed plants, cereal storage and handling for harbour terminals.
As time progressed, so did their rate of expansion; with the opening of new branches in Europe and Northern Africa.
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