Big new investment from İmaş Makine

International Milling Directory member, İmaş Makine and their Milleral products are pleased to announce that a groundbreaking ceremony has been held for the new factory, which will increase the capacity of İmaş two and a half times. İmaş Makine, offering its products with Milleral trademark, will put its new factory into use over an area of 56 thousand square metres with 20m TL (Turkish Lira) of investment. The company aims to increase turnover by three times in the medium term.

İmaş Makine, which is one of the İttifak Holding subsidiaries and a leading representative of the mill technologies sector, has broken the ground for their new factory on October 14, Tuesday at the 2nd Organized Industry Extension Area in Konya. Tuncay Lamcı, İmaş Makine General Manager, spoke on the groundbreaking ceremony and said: “Our current factory which has an area of 10,300 square metres will be extended approximately two and a half times and will be active over an area of 25,623 square metres. Seha Yapı, one of the group’s companies, will carry out the construction which we aim to finish in one year.”

Lamcı mentioned that the factory will be built with an infrastructure, which could provide the electric energy required by the company and in steel construction. He added, “Our company, who constructs turnkey grain milling factories and carries out important works in metal cutting sector, is on its way to become an intelligence company which could respond to all the needs of the sectors in which it provides service.”

 

Milleral

Milleral

LAMCI: “WE AIM TO INCREASE OUR TURNOVER THREEFOLD”

 

Lamcı mentioned that together with the new factory investment they aimed to achieve highest quality with lower costs and added: “We will establish a structure in our new factory, which has improvable integrated business processes, which supports the innovation; with working principles carrying more efficient, more advanced and more competitive qualities and which is ready for the needs the future would bring. In our new factory in which we can find the opportunity to try out our innovative and technologically value added products we produce, we will continue to design machinery and systems that are sustainable and that provide competitive power to our customers.

Lamcı stated that the new structure will remove the labor, place and time losses in the new factory and will meet the needs of social and educational needs of the employees. He also said that they aim to increase the turnover threefold by increasing export as parallel to growing production.

 

“WE BELIEVE THAT WE WILL SEE THE OUTCOME OF THE NEW INVESTMENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE”

Lamcı stated that İmaş Makine was established as the second subsidiary of the İttifak Holding in order to be active in the milling sector in 1989 and in 1991, they added band saw machines to their activities and became active in these two sectors and added: “İmaş has become a global company today. Our has exported our goods up to more than 60 countries by carrying the technology from Central Asia to Middle East, from African Countries to Turkish Republics. Within this scope, we export nearly 96% of our milling machines and 17% of our band saw machines. The performance we have shown so far has encouraged us to grow. We believe that we will see the outcome of this as soon as possible.”

 

“WE ADD VALUE TO THE SECTOR”

 

Tuncay Lamcı has stated that as they have focused on three important issues in R&D and system design. Lamcı said: “We determine all the opportunities which will maximize the energy efficiency, system operation and long service life and then we present this philosophy which we call “Smart Milling” to use parallel to the interests of our customers.” He added that they see their products they have presented to global markets not just as machinery but systems which symbolize technology, quality and trust and that they would form an added value for the customers with this approach in the future.

 

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Milluno – IMD’s latest member from Turkey

The International Milling Directory's reach is truly global

The International Milling Directory’s reach is truly global

The International Milling Directory (IMD) is very happy to welcome to its pages Milluno Milling Technologies & Equipment. Milluno is a part of Turkey’s substantial grain industry, which is growing in global importance all the time. The company exports its machinery expertise to 20 countries on three continents, and is proud that all its milling equipment is of Turkish origin.

Milluno is based in Konya, in central Anatolia, a city best known as the medieval home of the Islamic Mevlevi Order, or as they are popularly called in the West, the Whirling Dervishes. The order was founded by the followers of Rumi, the thirteenth-century Persian poet, jurist and mystic who early in his life settled in Konya to lead a Sufi religious school.

Everyone on the IMD team hopes Milluno can use us to reach customers for their business all over the world.

Introducing: Yaşar Group

The field of milling machinery technology is a very competitive field so the International Milling Directory (IMD) is always interested in new developments. The Turkish firm Yaşar Group specialise in milling machinery equipment. This is complemented by other products in cleaning technology, transport, packaging, automation, corn drying, spare parts and silos. Their listing in the IMD is now live in the IMD Online at: https://www.internationalmilling.com/company_3967.html

I look forward to creating a good relationship to retain the Yaşar Group in the IMD for many more years to come. Register now and update your listing here!

Yaşar Group

Yaşar Group