nabim to play their part

The good partner of the International Milling Directory, nabim (National Association of British and Irish Millers) have launched a new flour milling training advertising campaign and are including the new edition, the 22nd edition for 2013/14 of the International Milling Directory.

We are really pleased to be featuring this campaign and nabim playing a full part in the new edition of the International Milling Directory. The new edition will feature a foreward by Alexander Waugh, Secretary General of nabim discussing the merits and appeal for millers of nabim in the feed and flour industries. See nabim in the International Milling Directory here: https://www.internationalmilling.com/company_3095.html


nabim is the representative organisation for the UK flour millers and represents virtually 100% of the industry, which uses around 5 million tonnes of wheat a year to produce 4 million tonnes of flour.

nabim works closely with plant breeders, farmer organisations, agronomists, levy boards, research communities, grain merchants, bakers, government departments and others on a broad range of issues including wheat breeding and agronomy, food safety, training and health and safety, environmental matters, competitiveness and trade matters.

Alltech’s Mycotoxin Program, 37+, wins innovation award

Alltech has earned a one-star innovation award for its Mycotoxin Management Program, 37+, from INNOV’SPACE, a distinction program that awards new product and service innovations in agriculture. These distinctions are recognized during SPACE, the second largest international agriculture tradeshow in the world, attracting more than 110,000 spectators from 110 countries to Rennes, France, in its 27th edition this September 10 -13, 2013.

Alltech was among 64 INNOV’ SPACE award winners selected this year. An expert panel representing five different categories (machinery, feed, poultry, porcine and ruminate) awarded 14 two-star and 50 one-star distinctions on September 10 at SPACE.

In March this year, Alltech launched its five-point Alltech Mycotoxin Management Program as a response to the increasing threat of molds and mycotoxins on a farmer’s livestock and profitability. Alltech’s expert global mycotoxin management team of researchers and specialized consultants developed a five-point approach to manage the menace of multiple mycotoxins. This five-point approach redefines mycotoxin control and discloses the toxicity of multiple mycotoxins and their effects on animal health and performance.  

“We are very pleased to have been awarded this innovation distinction as we have just launched the 37+ program in France in June. This program is particularly advantageous to the farmer because it can be customized for each farm to identify, manage and control multiple mycotoxins,” said Julien Martin, Alltech general manager for France. “As an INNOV’SPACE award winner, we will be better able to demonstrate the proven results of the 37+ program.”

From left to right: Christophe Tanguy, ruminate sales manager Alltech France, accepts  the Innov’Space Trophy for the 37+  Mycotoxin Management Program from Michel Morin, vice-president of the Brittany region and Guillaume Garot, delegated minister of Agriculture, during the Awards Ceremony at SPACE, the second largest international agriculture tradeshow in the world in Rennes, France.

Alltech’s Mycotoxin Management Program offers key components for farms concerned with mycotoxin contamination:

-The 37+ program analyzes for multiple mycotoxin contamination in a given feed sample.
-The program provides a risk assessment and calculates the risk equivalent quantity (risk factor multiplied by the quantity of mycotoxin) for that particular feedstuff sample.
-The Mycotoxin Hazard Analysis Program (MIKO) from Alltech is designed to help improve production systems on farm and at feed mills by performing an audit; determining the critical control points; and establishing critical limits, monitoring procedures, implementing corrective actions, checking procedures and establishing protocols for recording information.
-The mycotoxin management team provides a complete contamination report and recommendations for management and nutritional applications that can assist with mycotoxin prevention and control. 

“By not using the 37+ test kit, an inaccurate assessment of mycotoxin contamination is more likely. If the farmer has a more complete overview of the mycotoxin problem then they can manage it more effectively, the 37+ test kit allows them to do this” said Emmanuel Landeau, technical manager of monogastric animals. “In addition, the 37+ test kit is easy to use and simplifies what could be considered to be a complicated process. The Mycotoxin Management Program then takes the results of the 37+ analysis, incorporates a variety of different factors such as species and life cycle stage before providing the final report and recommendation to the farmer.”

Alltech will showcase agriculture to a global audience during the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy from August 23 to September 7, 2014 in Normandy, France.  During the Games, Alltech will host its Global 500 beef and dairy conference, bringing together experts to shape the future of beef and dairy worldwide. Alltech’s passion for agriculture is reflected through its high quality, natural and scientific innovations, like the 37+ Mycotoxin Management Program, for improving efficiency, profitability and sustainability on the farm.
More information…

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The International Milling Directory column in July-August’s issue of ‘Grain & Feed Milling Technology’ magazine

The latest column for all International Milling Directory members is online now. Published in Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine’s July-August issue, it provides some great insight into the status of the new edition from our perspective.

Go to page 9 to see the column in the embedded magazine below.

A big thanks to all new and existing members for your commitment. Also, look out for the new e-newsletter tomorrow. If you aren’t signed up yet, register at the homepage: www.internationalmilling.com.

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Introducing: Tanis mill Machinery Ind. and Trade Co.

ImageThe International Milling Directory is pleased to welcome Tanis as a new member.

Tanis produce compact and integrated steel constructed floored flour milling plants in requested capacity, renovation of existing old mills. 

Their synopsis states: 

BESIDES INTEGRATED PLANTS WE  ALSO SUPPLY SINGLE MACHINES AS REQUESTED BY OUR CUSTOMERS. OUR PRODUCTS MEET THE FOLLOWING QUALITY STANDARDS: TSE, TUV AND CE NORMS AND ISO:9001.

NOW TODAY, WITH OUR NEW PRODUCTIONS AND MODERN MACHINERY, WE ARE DESIGNING SOLUTIONS ALL OVER THE WORLD FOR GRAIN CLEANING , TREATING, PACKING TECHNOLOGIES AND FLOUR, MAIZE , SEMOLINA MILLING.

Registration is also still open for the new edition – register or update your listing in time for July’s publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2013/14 –  click here!

Introducing: Campden BRI

ImageThe International Milling Directory is pleased to welcome Campden BRI as a new member today.

Campden BRI offer consultancy and quality assurance within the flour and cereal milling sector.

Their synopsis states: 

Campden BRI provides practical scientific, technical, legislative and information support to the food and drink, feed, and allied industries. Its services are underpinned by a strong programme of research and development, and include analysis and testing, product innovation, process validation, consultancy, auditing, and training. Many of its service activities are independently accredited and can be tailored to meet specific needs. Expertise is matched with extensive pilot plant, laboratories and training facilities.

Registration is also still open for the new edition – register or update your listing in time for July’s publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2013/14 –  click here!

 

 

Dried Pet Food Manufacturing Plant online auction

Dried pet food plant

Dried pet food plant

An interesting auction we are highlighting for International Milling Directory members is taking place online now for a dried pet food manufacturing plant. The plant is located in Peterborough, East Midlands region of England in the UK. The interesting thing is that it is relevant for all our international members as it is taking place online with electronic bidding and payment. The deadline is a few weeks away at 1pm UK time on Thursday 1st August. More information is below.

On behalf of a major pet food manufacturer due to the closure of their UK manufacturing site in Peterborough. The sale will close on 1st August at 1pm UK time, with inspections available by appointment.

The sale will include a great variety of assets, many having been installed only within the last few years. The prime process area includes Tietjen hammer mills and Guttridge hoppers and conveyors. There is a tank farm with 18 stainless steel tanks with capacities up to 30 tonnes. Flomat Bagfilla Taybag flavouring hoppers feed the soak screw platform. There are three Wenger extruders, as well as Aeroglide and Mitchells dryers. In the product distribution and pack to order section are two Storeveyors as well as numerous stainless steel storage bins. The four finished product packing lines include Ishida weigh feeders, as well as cartoners, bagging machines, labellers and palletisers. The site services are modern, and of high standard befitting a site of this scale.

Further details of the auction can be seen at www.go-dove.com or by contacting Robert Pendal, Project manager email Robert.pendal@go-dove.com

Introducing: Yemtar

The International Milling Directory is pleased to welcome Yemtar as a new member today.

Yemtar

Yemtar

After meeting our staff  Tuti and Roger at IndoLivestock in Bali, Indonesia earlier this month, Yemtar keenly signed up for inclusion. They will be the latest out of many Turkish companies to register for the International Milling Directory recently and continues our relationship with the country’s milling industry a little further.

Quoting from Yemtar’s website,

 

YEMTAR is established in Bandırma in 1980. Since its inception, YEMTAR projects, produces and installs lots of modern feed mill.

YEMTAR embrances principles as experienced and informed permanent staff employing, closely international technological development following and transfering to customers. YEMTAR had targeted domestic market in first years after that it has expanded target markets to Africa, Middle East, Asia and Balkans in short time. YEMTAR’s feed mill, galvanized silo, grinding system, peletting unit, cooler, feeder and lots of modern equipment projects offer value-added services and production in location.

We are very impressed at the breadth that this manufacturer covers and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership in the directory. Connect with Yemtar on Facebook here.

Registration is also still open for the new edition – register or update your listing in time for July’s publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2013/14 –  click here!

 

FineTek join as a new advertiser

The International Milling Directory can today announce that the Taiwan-based firm FineTek have enhanced their listing to include advertising. After introducing them on December 19 2012 we have been steadily making progress in creating a better directory where more companies see the value of advertising. The international reach of the directory is a good match for FineTek.  There will be extra listings and exposure for FineTek in the 22nd edition covering the milling industry for 2013/14.

As we said at the time of introducing FineTek their main business is,

FineTek’s product line includes a varied and wide quantity of digital controllers and meters, pneumatic products, safety instruments,  level switch transmitters for solid and liquid applications.

We obviously welcome more interested advertisers from our current members and interested new companies.

Registration is also still open for the new edition – register or update your listing in time for July’s publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2013/14 –  click here!

Website updates

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The International Milling Directory website will be getting a series of updates. This site has provided a great channel for all other online exposure for International Milling Directory members and we seek to improve it further. We will make the online site a better experience but wanted to invite and include members in with this change too. It comes when we are well into updating the new print edition with new members and advertisers. Any suggestions can be emailed to Tom at tomb@perendale.co.uk.

The website will be fully functional whilst the changes are being made so have no fear in going there now.

New member companies and updates to the existing records can be made at www.internationalmilling.com. Join now to be in the 22nd print edition and be a part of it.

Advertising and marketing opportunities are available as well. Please click HERE to download the 2013/14 Media File for for more information contact Tom Blacker, Directories Co-ordinator on:

Direct Line: +44 1242 267703
Fax: +44 1242 267701
Email:tomb@internationalmilling.com

IMD E-newsletter – May 2013

Hello all millers and members of the International Milling Directory,

The latest enewsletter is now online updating you with the best news, events and features of the International Milling Directory.

 

Our e-newsletters already reaches 18,000 readers twice monthly but we now want to expand our reach for the good of readers and advertisers. We always aim to get the right content with the right people, by all means. Please see the link below for the email newsletter as a website.

http://conta.cc/