May 02, 2017

03/05/2017: Molino Piantoni entrusted Golfetto Sangati with the task of setting up its new grinding section

The Italian market for cereal processing systems is showing modest signs of recovery after years of standstill due to the global economic situation that put a hold on investments; as elsewhere, only top companies have continued to operate and are now starting to invest once again to consolidate and make their systems more productive
This is true in the case of Molino Piantoni, an Italian family-run milling business that has continued to focus on quality and tradition since 1850.

The company is proud of its roots and strongly committed to internationalisation. It serves around 2,500 customers in Italy and abroad, from small bakeries to pizzerias, artisan confectioners and industrial producers of fresh pasta and baked products, with specific products to cater for different needs.

This company in Chiari (Brescia, Northern Italy) is now in its fifth generation. It is specialised in the production of soft-wheat flours and has decided to make investments to completely renovate the sections for milling and transportation of the finished products to the flour silos.

For this delicate and important process, the Piantoni family has once again turned to Golfetto Sangati, a leading producer of milling systems.

The financial solidity guaranteed by its recent entry into the Pavan Group, the skills of the technical department for the design and manufacturing of systems that are specifically geared to the customers’ requirements, and the ability to create “turnkey” systems or specific sections, gave Golfetto Sangati the opportunity to renew the heart of the milling plant in a very short time set and with an increase in the production capacity.

The entire process involved major renovation works, such as fitting a new roof and flooring, especially in the rollermill room. In addition to the eight existing Synthesis rollermills, three more rollermills with four 1000m rollers and one rollermill with eight 1250mm rollers have been installed, all from the Synthesis range and with a roller diameter of 300mm.

Read the full article HERE.

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