Godrej Project was located in Hanuman Junction, 60 miles east of Vijayawada, India. The value of contract is worth 4.9 million dollars. The project includes two extruded fish feed production lines, and two shrimp feed production lines. They are all made of steel, with electric control equipments. Fish feed production lines and shrimp feed production lines are separated into two main workshops. Godrej Project used Famsun’s full-set shrimp feed production equipments, the extruder, dryer, grinder, and supporting facility are bought from other companies.
This project’s construction began on 1st August 2013. On 1st May 2014, the extruded fish feed production lines had been accepted and delivered. Soon after, on 6th June 2014, the shrimp feed production lines constructed by Famsun had been accepted and delivered successfully.
Now, Famsun is undertaking the project of Acigodrej in Bangladesh, which is a joint venture from the local company ACI and Indian Godrej. This facility will also be a feed manufacture branch.
The International Milling Directory‘s 22nd edition for 2013-14 featured Alexander Waugh, director general of nabim on page 3, discussing flour in a very interesting style. This however does not mention the long ties between nabim and Perendale Publishers, who published that discursive letter.
Here for an interesting mid-week blog post is an article on training for better skills for milling professionals from 2011 which was published our sister magazine, Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine:
Remember that the 23rd edition for 2014-15 will be published in the next few months so do update or register your company, with 2 free products and service categories, Equipment Guides and more available. Please go to the website www.internationalmilling.com today.
The International Milling Directory welcomed its newest member to end a busy week. Jiangsu Myande Food Machinery Co.,Ltd is a small offshoot of the Muyang group of Jiangsu, China. We have an excellent relationship and partnership with Muyang already that means their coverage has been and will be again one of the top advertisers in the International Milling Directory‘s 22nd edition this year in 2013. Who knows where 2013 will lead for Myande?
Myande’s company synopsis reads as follows,
Jiangsu Myande Food Machinery Company Ltd (Myande) is a company that specializes in manufacturing edible oil and starch processing machinery and undertakes engineering projects in these two areas, with “Myande” as its brand name.
Their entry on the International Milling Directory Online has just been approved – check it out HERE!
Don’t forget – register or update your listing in time for the July publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2013/14 – click here!
Another new member has joined The International Milling Directory.
The Taiwan-based manufacturer is a company dedicated to ‘complete instrumentation solutions’. 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. However all impressive this range of categories are, we are interested most in the manufacture of the level sensor for silo bulk storage. This product is the key selling point for a justifiable place in the International Milling Directory. This alone is all the more impressive considering their research and development arm is an integral part of the company, which sets a strong “backbone” of the company.
Do see the new listing here at the International Milling Directory online: https://www.internationalmilling.com/company_3940.html
Hello and welcome to what I suppose you could call a new series of our introductions to those of you listed with IMD for 2012/13 and who are appearing in IMD21.
This week we introduce a company returning once again to IMD where for another year they will enjoy international exposure to millers and milling service-providers across the globe.
Always on the move, VIGAN Engineering S.A. designs and manufactures harbour equipment and more particularly ship loaders and unloaders.
They lead the way in mobile portable grain pumps (120 to 270 tons/hour) that are particularly flexible with a wide range of accessories available allowing cargo handling in many different working configurations. For higher capacity requirements (200 to 800 tons/hour) VIGAN offer their own pneumatic Continuous Ship Unloaders on gantry called “NIV”. Self-propelled on tires or rails, they can be powered by diesel engine or electrical motors and each machine is bespoke designed based on the customers needs.
VIGAN’s range of equipment stretches beyond pumps though. Their catalogue also includes a mechanical CSU called “SIMPORTER” designed to meet very high discharging rates up to 1,500 metric tons/hour. It is particularly suitable for large bulk carriers. The twin-belt SIMPORTER technology offers major benefits: efficiency, cost-effectiveness (minimum energy consumption, reduced operational and maintenance cost) and environment-friendly qualities such as minimum noise, dust control, and no product breakage.
Besides unloading equipment, VIGAN’s mechanical shiploaders (rail-mounted, on tires or stationary)are suitable for almost any kind of bulk products (with a density from 0.2 to 1.8) on any kind of barge or vessel based on requirements (up to 1,200tonnes/hour)
VIGAN also provide a seemingly infinite wisdom of other harbour equipment based on more than 30 years experience. They now offer services in design projects such as mobile hoppers/bagging lines and quay conveyors, but also in turnkey port terminals delivery from engineering to commissioning, this includes silos & other storage.
We here at IMD HQ wish VIGAN every success this year and I would like to thank them for choosing IMD once again.
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Until next time!