May 18, 2016

18/05/2016: Industry profile: Mühlenchemie - building quality into flour

First published in Milling and Grain, March 2016

Flour is a natural product, so is therefore subject to fluctuations in quality. But uniform quality is a “must” for bakers and millers. Mühlenchemie offers intelligent solutions for flour standardisation and flour improvement. They include Enzyme Systems, bromate substitutes, ascorbic acid, oxidising agents, vitamins and minerals, and also baking premixes for ready-mixed and composite flours.

With their internationally established enzyme preparations ALPHAMALT, POWERZYM, PASTAZYM and TIGERZYM they have created pioneering solutions in the field of flour improvement.
Everything revolves on our customers’ wishes

As a member of the Stern-Wywiol Gruppe, Mühlenchemie is an owner-managed company independent of the big organisations. This fact enables them to give all their attention to their customers and they have pride in their short routes, quick decisions and entrepreneurial courage, which are the pillars of their corporate philosophy.

Mühlenchemie regards itself first and foremost as a customer oriented service provider, and only secondly as a manufacturer. They are constantly developing new, innovative products and functional systems in response to customers’ requests. In personal meetings with clients they ascertain their wishes and requirements in respect of new products and improvements to existing brands. They define the frame of reference and work out a solution with their specialists.

Enterprise: the spirit of our employees

Mühlenchemie’s employees are the driving force behind their innovations. Each of them has a very wide scope for decisionmaking and bears the responsibility that goes with it. That enables them to act quickly and in the best interest of their customers.

Interaction between employees is open, frank and highly communicative. This team spirit across the limits of the individual specialist firms is one of the decisive factors that makes Mühlenchemie quick to respond and ready to address customer needs or industry changes promptly.

Read the full article in Milling and Grain HERE.                                  

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