July 05, 2016

05/07/2016: ADM feedmill - a giant among turnkey project companies

Meeting growing food demand requires fast, smart work  

by Roger Gilbert, Publisher  

First published in Milling and Grain, May 2016  


Over the past decade, or possibly longer, one of China’s major feedmilling equipment companies has been constructing more than 350 feedmills annually. In 2014 the company built an astonishing 400 new feedmills around the world. Many of those mills have been constructed within short time frames and often within 10 months from ground-break to commissioning.

Milling and Grain was fortunate enough to visit one all-concrete construction coming online when I visited China in December 2015, and was invited by Famsun (Muyang Holdings) to tour the new 110,000-tonne ADM feedmill – the first the company has built in China.

“This is our high-speed solution,” says the project manager for Famsun (Muyang Holdings) to the country’s growing demand for more food and who will remain committed to the project for three months following commissioning.
    

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Slower growth projected
However, the future is not so bright in terms of total constructions as more competitors enter the internal market and falling local demand.

The latter may seem to be an incredible change after so many years of steady year-on-year increases in demand, but those within the feed industry in China point directly to the fall in demand for meat, fish and dairy products, which in turn has brought about a significant drop in total feed production the country has experienced since 2013: At that time output was destined to rise from 189 million tonnes to over 200 milling tonnes per annum.

Today, total feed production has fallen to under 180 million tonnes and is projected to fall further before stabilising.

Read the full article in Milling and Grain HERE.   
                

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