January 04, 2017

05/01/2017: Signature of Alapala in Sudan

As one of the leading companies of milling industry, Alapala has committed its new turnkey mill in Sudan.

The Mill was opened with the participation of President of the Republic of Sudan Mr Omer Al Basher, Governor of El Gezira State Dr Mohamed Tahir Aila and Alapala’s Chairman Mr İsmail Alapala.
  

Sudan President Omar al-Bashir with Alapala Board Chairman, Ismail Alapala

The owner of the new mill as the flour trade giant of Sudan, has taken up its place in milling sector for the first time with the factory established by Alapala.

The factory in Sudan/Khartoum will carry out 600 tons of production per day.

President of Sudan Omar al-Bashir made the opening
Opening of the factory was realised with the participation of President of the Republic of Sudan Mr Omer Al Basher, Governor of El Gezira State Dr Mohamed Tahir Aila and Alapala’s Chairman Mr İsmail Alapala.

Single-line mill has been commissioned with the capacity of 600 tons of wheat breaking. The factory with the six silos of 5,000 tons and capacity of preliminary purification of 200 tons per hour will contribute greatly to flour production of Sudan.

The factory, built in Khartoum province of Sudan, will power up under the leadership of the owner company, who has 20 years of experience in the sector. The machines Alapala Group manufactures are still being used in more than 5,000 factories all over the world.

Alapala Board Chairman, Ismail Alapala has said "We keep growing in USA, Europe, Far East and Africa. We share the joy of succeeding one of the most important investments of Sudan. Knowing that the billions of people all over the world consume flour and flour products with the machines we manufacture makes us proud."


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