May 18, 2017

18/05/2017: Countdown to GRAPAS 2017! - Speaker Information

The GRAPAS 2017 conference is drawing closer!  

Join us in Cologne, Germany on 13th June for a full day of informative and innovative presentations from the milling industry’s best and brightest! 


The conference will take place as a part of the GRAPAS exhibition, co-located with FIAAP and VICTAM, to form the exhibition you know as FVG Select 2017.

The GRAPAS 2017 conference will invite some of the brightest minds in milling to discuss the industry’s future development.

Industry leaders will share their knowledge surrounding three core topics: 

- Milling Materials - Varieties, nutrition and health
- Global Milling - Opportunities for the milling industry
- Milling Innovation - Technology & Development

This event is ideal for people of all background within the food and feed industries, from CEO’s , directors and mill managers, to plant managers, transportation managers, 
nutritionists and everything in between. These influential visitors will have come from rice mills, flour mills, food processing plants, storage facilities, port terminals and so on.

If you count yourself as an active member of the MILLING INDUSTRY, then this is a CRUCIAL EVENT.

Register at: www.fvgselect.com 

Here is a preview of one of the industry leading speakers who will be attending: 

3. Milling Materials - Varieties, nutrition and health

Nicholas Trounce 

Nicholas Trounce
Topic: “Internet of things: Sensors and online measurements for milling” 

Title: Head Product Management Industrial Milling, Buhler 
          
Bio: Nicholas Trounce has a rich background of education in Business Informatics and Administration at both Bachelor and Masters level. Working with Bühler since 2007, he began as the head of customer service, in Switzerland, before moving on to project manager for the USA in 2012. Today he is head of product management at Bühler's Grain Milling Business Area, responsible for various grain milling product groups including roller mills and optical sorters. His background in Business Informatics and IT leaves him perfectly poised to deliver a highly informative presentation detailing the potential capacity for further development of the milling industry using the power of the internet of things

To register and to read more click, HERE. 

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