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The International Milling Directory (IMD) is pleased to welcome Lotexim Consortium. This Kiev-based group provides services in the fields of worldwide supply and delivery of cereals and similar commodities.
The International Milling Directory has wanted to break into this region’s grain industry and service providers and this is a great starting point for the local industry to feature in the International Milling Directory. See Lotexim Consortium’s online page here: https://www.internationalmilling.com/company_5355.html.
The company’s free online IMD synopsis describes Lotexim as:-
Emerging Lotexim Agro Consortium consolidates a range of productive, foreign trade, logistics and marketing companies and entrepreneurs from Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Germany, Turkey, India. Lotexim Consortium supplies cereals (wheat, rye, corn, barley, oats, buckwheat), pulses, oilseeds; sugar; as well as their processed products origin Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan. The main product is soft milling wheat, big industrial volumes available. Lotexim: your reliable Russian grain supplier! Welcome collaboration with Mills, whom we furnish in a best way!
Registration is also still open for the new edition – register or update your listing in time for July 2014’s publication of the new edition of the International Milling Directory 2014/15 – click here!
Greenfeed of Vietnam is one of East Asia’s up-and-coming feed producers
Animal and aqua feed company Greenfeed of Vietnam was made Asian Feedmiller of the Year at VIV Asia in Bangkok last week. The competition, in its fourth year, is run by the food chemistry multinational Addcon.
As winners Greenfield will receive sponsorship for a trip to VICTAM Ukraine, in Kiev later this year. VICTAM is one of the leading events for the global livestock industry, so this award should allow Greenfeed to propel themselves to bigger and better things.
Addcon CEO and founder Berndt Kochannek congratulated Greenfeed: “We have been proud sponsor of the award ever since it has been initiated in 2009. We believe that [the] award not only helps the winner in getting the reputation they deserve for all their hard work, but it motivates also other feedmills in the region to further improve the quality of their feed.”
“Greenfeed has been awarded the prize for the innovation they have shown in the very competitive market in Vietnam (and Cambodia). The last years, which have been characterized by high raw material costs yet tough competition in the feedmill industry made it clear that only dedicated feedmills will be able to stay in the market. Greenfeed has done great in the past and we think that Greenfeed will do so in the future.”
Runner-up Feedmiller of the Year was the Dabaco Group, also from Vietnam. Anmol Feeds from Bihar, India won the new ‘Emerging Miller’ gong.
The International Milling Directory extends its congratulations to all three companies, and hopes to see them in the pages of the 22nd edition, published this summer.